Adam (Seven Sons #1)

Adam (Seven Sons, #1)Adam by Kirsten Osbourne

My rating: 4 of 5 stars

This is such a sweet short story. I greatly enjoyed it. The story follows Adam who is the first son of the 7th son, and they are the 7th generation. Something is to be said about being a seventh son, but being the first son of the 7th generation has its perks. Anyways, Adam is a counselor for troubled youths. When his fundraising specialist retires he is in charge of finding someone to take over. In come Tiffani and sparks start to fly. What follows is a sweet love story. If you are into short romances with a paranormal twist then this is a book for you! Happy reading my friends.

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Book Summary:
Tiffani Simpson has a nice orderly life, and she loves it. She gives her all to her work every day. When she loses her job and accepts a position working for the McClain Boys’ Ranch, things change, but she can accept small changes. What she can’t accept is the most handsome man she’s ever met as her boss. She doesn’t believe in dating someone she works with, so it’s hard to know what to do about him.
Adam McClain, following his father’s advice, hires Tiffani Simpson as the ranch’s new fundraising coordinator. As an empath, he has a difficult time being too close to people, but there’s something about Tiffani that draws him toward her. When he finds himself in a situation where he feels he has to choose between her and the work he’s always known he was born to do, he gets confused. Can he make it work to be with Tiffani and take care of his boys? Or will he choose to spend the rest of his life alone?

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