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Inheritance can mean a number of things. In this book, it means the kids who are left behind are Cash and Brad’s inheritance when the kids’ parents are in a crash. But we can also use inheritance to mean something you’ve inherited traits or appearance wise from your family.
There’s a few things that I’ve inherited from both sides of my family.
- Blue eyes – both folks have that and all their parents had that
- My love of sweets comes right from my mom
- I can be a bit of a workaholic, and I get that from my dad, and grandparents on his side
- Once I commit to something, I follow-through and that’s from both my folks
- I’m short and that comes from my dad’s side of the family – my mom’s a Dane and they are all tall people
- My love of reading comes from both my parents – it was a rare evening that was not spent lounging around the living room all together, reading.
- My love of travel also comes from both my folks
- I burn quickly in the sun – I get that from my mom and her side of the family
Now I have a lot of things that I’ve earned all on my own. My taste in books and movies is different from my folks for instance. Or the fact that I can be a little obsessive and more than a bit of a pack-rat. So while I’ve inherited a lot from the family, not every trait or quality about me is inherited.
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About the book:
Cash McCord’s life is pretty much perfect. He owns the family ranch, loves his work, and invites the occasional cowboy into his bed. But everything is turned upside down when his brother Jack and Jack’s wife Val are killed in a car crash, leaving behind six kids.
Cash is made guardian of the children, along with Val’s brother, Brad Rafferty—a man who couldn’t be more different from Cash if he tried. A Yankee, Brad is a video-game developer who works twelve-to-fourteen-hour days at his desk. They lock horns as soon as they set eyes on each other. Neither man is happy to have the other around, but neither is willing to give up custody of his nieces and nephews.
It’s up to these two polar opposites to keep the kids together and give them a family again. But first they’ll have to keep from killing each other.
Brad sat back down, the enormity of it hitting him again. Val and Jack were dead, leaving six kids behind.
Right, like either of them were really thinking about dying. Honestly dying and making orphans of their kids. Brad decided he needed that whiskey pretty damned badly now, and he was done waiting. “Was there anything else?” he asked the lawyer.
“There are papers to be drawn up and signed, and it will likely take several weeks before you have access to any money, but no, there isn’t anything else.”
“Money’s not a problem.” He wasn’t loaded like Jack and Val had been, but he could certainly cover living costs for a while.
It was the being guardian—excuse him, coguardian—to six of the thirteen-and-under set that had him worried.
McCord turned on his heel, headed out into the chilly night, and slammed the door behind him.
“I’ll see myself out, shall I?” Radcliffe said.
Brad nodded at Radcliffe and said, “Thank you,” not even watching the lawyer go as he started looking through cabinets. There had to be booze in here somewhere.
He was going to find it and get drunk off his ass.
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About the author:
Best-selling author Sean Michael is a maple leaf–loving Canadian who spends hours hiding out in used book stores. With far more ideas than time, Sean keeps several documents open at all times. From romance to fantasy, paranormal and sci-fi, Sean is limited only by the need for sleep—and the periodic Beaver Tail.
Sean fantasizes about one day retiring on a secluded island populated entirely by horseshoe crabs after inventing a brain-to-computer dictation system. Until then, Sean will continue to write the old-fashioned way.
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