Sunday, July 1, 2018

Daniel (Legacy Series # 3) by RJ Scott




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Blurb

Daniel worked hard at college, using coping strategies to shut himself off from any situation that might hurt. But, persistent nightmares and fears for his future drive him to revisit the past. Now Legacy might be the only place to give him a chance at peace.
After the tragic loss of his parents, Corey is head of the family now, and the welfare of his three younger sisters are what matters the most. Corey is desperate to find Daniel, tell him the truth and somehow convince him to keep secrets. Even if this leads to heartbreak.
When the world crumbles around Corey, and Daniel is running scared, Legacy ranch is their only hope.
A new story set in the world of Jack and Riley Campbell-Hayes and the Double D Ranch, Texas.
Word Count: 51,000



REVIEW
My Rating - 5 Stars!

Daniel, a wonderful continuation of the Legacy Ranch series by RJ Scott, is an absolute page-turner. 

The story is set in RJ's created world of Jack and Riley Campbell-Hayes and the Double D Ranch. As a huge fan of these characters, I love reading more about them and their ranches.  


Daniel's story is heart-wrenching and terrifying. I had to keep reminding myself that I was reading fiction. Daniel's past had effected every moment of his life, as he lives in constant fear, has panic attacks, and isolates himself as much as possible.

Corey's story is tragic, as well, as his parents have died, he is now in charge of his sisters, and he's on a mission to discover the truth about his parent's death.

I could not put this book down, hoping to see Daniel find some healing and waiting for Corey to finally be able to talk clearly to Daniel and find out the truth.

Overall, Daniel is a fantastic read. I highly recommend you read this, along with the rest of RJ Scott's Texas and Legacy books. You will not be disappointed.


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