ANGEL’S SHARE (BOURBON SPRINGS #3) BY JENNIFER BRAMSETH
Release Date: July 14, 2015
After the deaths of her parents and husband, high school history teacher Lila McNee inherits her family’s land and retreats to her childhood home in search of safety and solitude in Bourbon Springs, Kentucky. Yet instead of the peace she needs to heal, she discovers her neighbor to the north, Bo Davenport, the owner-distiller of Old Garnet Distillery, desperately wants a big chunk of her land along the property line which has been subject to dispute for years. Bo wants land to expand the distillery, one of his father’s last wishes, and sees the property as rightfully belonging to Old Garnet. But the land is Lila’s refuge against a world that has only brought her heartbreak, and is the home to her beloved and historic springs, and the very spot from which Bourbon Springs derived its name over two centuries earlier.
After months of fruitless negotiations, Bo sues Lila. And she sues him back. Drawn together by conflict over the place they adore, the two find themselves falling for each other. But if they can’t find a solution to the land dispute and figure out a way to share that which is most dear to them, they not only risk losing the lawsuit, they also risk losing their chance at love.
REVIEW: ANGEL’S SHARE (BOURBON SPRINGS #3) BY JENNIFER BRAMSETH
Angels’ Share (Bourbon Springs, #3) by Jennifer Bramseth
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
The grief and pain of lost and the fight for family legacy is something that Lila and Bo share. But will a fight over land cost Lila and Bo a future together. Lila and Bo’s relationship was a complicated one. Each believed themselves right and would not concede or compromise. Blinded by grief, the solace they find from conflict may lead to the bloom of love. If given a chance. Strong writing and an emotional story line makes Angel’s Share a worthwhile read. Received an ARC for an honest review.