Mary Ebert with eBook Reviews Weekly reviews T.L.Vance's debut release.
The Third Son by T.L. Vance
08-10-2005 -- Romance
When Kellson Berkley agrees to let his best friend's
newest fiancée stay in the house while both men are
away he has no idea how much his life will change.
When he returns home and meets his best friend's
fiancée he is shocked by a number of things. First, she
is beautiful. Second, she's actually smart. And third,
she actually fits in better with his friends than Bryant ever did.
And so begins the bid to spend as
much time with her as possible before his best friend
returns and breaks her heart.
Before I read this book I never knew exactly what a
beach read was. Well this is it; pack a lunch and
possibly a dinner because you won't want to leave this
book even to eat. Addicting isn't even the word for
this book. There may be no words to describe this
Ms. Vance does something with this book that I think
most Romance authors forget to do, she builds
complete characters. There are no characters in this
story that are underdeveloped or standard for the
I strongly recommend this book to everyone whether
romance is something you usually read or not. I am
joining the others who have read this book and I'm
hoping for a sequel.
Mary Ebert, Reviewer
Ebook Reviews Weekly
Web Site: The Third Son
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