TBR Reviewer: R.B
Between vivid dreams, ghosts, and the old Irish legend that surrounds the
castle, she is overwhelmed.When she finds out the man she's been working so
closely with is actually the heir to the O'Shea fortune, she is upset that once
again a man has surrounded her with lies. Their relationship is further tested
when a friend from the United States comes for a visit and Liam believes she's
been telling her own tales.Will their love prevail? Will Alexa find the missing
treasure and discover her heart's desire?
Legacy Keepers Treasure we are taken to land of lore and fables… Ireland! As
I read the story, I became a little disappointed with the way it was going.
Alexa Malone is a recently divorced, strong, independent woman on assignment to find the O’Shea treasure. Upon arriving in Ireland, she is plagued with strange
dreams of the past. Determined to find out what they mean, she embarks on a
journey of finding her true self and true love.
Liam O’Shea is determined to keep his true identity a secret from Alexa. Throughout the story we learn why Alexa was chosen to do this find and why Liam chose to keep his identity from Alexa. Their love story is linked to both of their ancestor’s pasts.
This story seemed to focus more on Quinn and Katherine instead of the story of Alexa and Liam. It wasn’t until the very end that you find out the reason the story of the past is so important.
Legacy’s Keeper’s Treasure could have had a little more intrigue and adventure. The story was typical “our love is linked to the past” story telling. I have come to really enjoy Ms. Yeakle’s books and this one was not as great. I might recommend it.
his place back on the stage. When she knew she’d no longer have to scream to be
heard, Alexa focused on Marilyn. She hopped onto an empty bar stool and began
“Tell me I’m not crazy.”
“You’re not crazy,” Marilyn repeated back.
“Seriously, Marilyn. Who was dancing with me? Did you see him?”
“Yes, I did.”
“He had the most piercing blue eyes I’ve ever seen, and you already know
him.” Marilyn smiled as she handed Sean another empty glass.
Alexa scanned the crowd again. Her heart seemed to skip a beat, her
breath caught in her throat when she saw him. Standing against the wall, as he had
done the very first time at the pub, Liam was like a knight poised for battle.
His hair was mussed up, his shirt open, revealing a glimpse of his muscular
chest, and his eyes burned a hole straight through her.
Heat spread below her stomach. Something about him always drew her in. She’d
kept her distance at work, trying to focus on the job and not the handyman.
She’d fought the urge to touch him a million times. Alexa knew that one touch
would never be enough; she’d be in his bed if she didn’t keep her distance.
There was too much in her life riding on this venture.
“Shall I drive you home?” Marilyn asked, preparing to leave. She had an early
morning lunch shift the next day.
“No.” Alexa was a little too quick to answer. “I think I’d like to hear
Seamus’ last set. I’ll have Sean phone me a taxi when I’m ready.”
“I’ll be sure to leave the door unlocked for you, unless you’d like to take
my key.” Marilyn held up her key ring.
“I won’t be much longer. If it’s not too much trouble, just leave the door
unlocked for me.”
“It’s not a problem. I’ll see you tomorrow after work. Phone me if anything
comes up tonight.” She made sure Alexa knew she was looking past her to catch
the attention of the blue-eyed man across the bar.
Liam nodded in acknowledgement and smiled. Marilyn gave Sean a quick kiss,
patted Alexa on the shoulder, and left the bar.
Alexa stayed seated on the bar stool, eyes locked on Liam. If he wanted to
talk to her, he would have to come to her. She wasn’t chasing after him, even
though her very female parts were telling her she should.