The Accidental Heiress – CJ Fosdick

Five of five stars

While this is the third of a series, I had no problem at all reading it without having read the first two – though I will go back and read them.

Fosdick tells an engaging and intriguing tale that spans through the present day – and well into the past.  I had no trouble keeping straight who was who – whether in the past or the present – and becoming totally immersed in the stories she tells.  This is an author with a clear love for her characters that is evident in how well she draws them, and how sympathetic they all are to the reader.

The Accidental Heiress is – in part – the story of Jess and Robbie.  Time travellers who found each other by chance and married, in the present day; they are finally on their much delayed honeymoon in Ireland, Robbie’s home of more than a century before.

The Accidental Heiress is also a story of social justice and much needed change.  In its recapping of events of the past – its way of explaining present day confusions – it addresses the situations that often brought unimaginable results to many who felt helpless to counter their circumstances.

Jess and Robbie have a love that spans centuries, but their story is ageless.  From the crash into the Shannon on the last leg of their journey to honeymoon, to the journey home again, I could not bring myself to leave them until I knew all of what happened.  I’m sure you’ll feel the same way as well.  I highly recommend this author, and this series.

The first of this series is found here:  https://www.amazon.com/Accidental-Wife-Cj-Fosdick-ebook/dp/B00TMW2ZCI/

Or if you fancy just reading Book Three, find it here:  https://www.amazon.com/Accidental-Heiress-Book-ebook/dp/B08NZ329XP/

[I was fortunate to receive a copy of the book from the author through the 2021 Winter Games Reader Challenge, with no obligation to review.  The opinions expressed herein are given freely and are entirely my own.]

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