Fatal Inheritance [Summary] by Sandra Orchard


  • Paperback
  • 288
  • Fatal Inheritance
  • Sandra Orchard
  • en
  • 19 October 2018
  • 9780373675722

10 thoughts on “Fatal Inheritance

  1. says:

    Heroine Becki Graw inherits her late Grandparents' farmhouse When she arrives at the house and starts to settle in she is attacked in the barn she receives a note saying you don't belong here accidents happen with the house and the car she receives strange phone calls It seems like someone is trying to get Becki to leave

  2. says:

    About this book “YOU DON'T BELONG HERE Someone wants to stop Becki Graw from claiming her inheritance Police officer Joshua Rayne

  3. says:

    Book jacket drew me inEye rolling drew me out1 Sad StarTTS ListenClean

  4. says:

    Every book I've read by Sandra Orchard has been so good Fatal inheritance had me stumped all through the book I would think it was this person then I would think it was someone else trying to find the stolen jewels Very pleased with the ending of this book Now I need to read another book by Sandra Orchard

  5. says:

    Poor Becki What is the problem here? Why do people seem like they want to prevent her from claiming her inheritance? You don't realize just how much her inheritance could be until it later comes outthe truth This is an excellent book I can a

  6. says:

    All Becki Graw wanted was to settle in at her grandparents' farmhouse which was her inheritancebut from the beginning it's obvious someone is out to foil her plans This is a fantastic read which holds your attention waiting for the next event and to keep trying to figure out who is the culprit It is full of emotions which make you feel that m

  7. says:

    The suspense is laced with the right amount of romance to keep readers thoroughly engaged throughout this fantastic novel The characters take the reader on a ride through a number of detours and surprises to discover God working behind the scenes RT Book Reviews rated 4 12 stars

  8. says:

    Well it's amazing how one sentence can nosedive an enter book If it weren't for two sentences in this entire book this would have easily been a 3 star review But we'll get to thatFirstBecki Graw decides to move into her recently deceased grandparents farmhouse because she had such fond memories of country living She drops her job and everything else to make this change Almost immediately upon her arrival someo

  9. says:

    Fatal Inheritance by Sandra Orchard will have you pulling your hair out because of how fast it goes And Inheritance that has a pers

  10. says:

    First book I've read by author Sandra Orchard but won't be my last Drawn by the beautiful front cover and intriguing title I picked up this book and was captured from the first page No waiting on the suspense I really loved the two main characters Bec and Josh and felt they had great chemistry Wonderful little book easy reading but with lots of suspense and sweet romance

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YOU DON'T BELONG HERE Someone wants to stop Becki Graw from claiming her inheritance Police officer Joshua Rayne is just as determined to keep his beautiful neighbor safe She may not be the tomboy Josh remem. Heroine Becki Graw inherits her late Grandparents farmhouse When she arrives at the house and starts to settle in she is attacked in the barn she receives a note saying you don t belong here accidents happen with the house and the car she receives strange phone calls It seems like someone is trying to get Becki to leave her new home An old friend and neighbor hero Joshua Rayne who is a police officer helps Becki try to find out who is behind all thisThis was a fast paced action filled read I liked the main couple The hero was nice and protective of the heroine the heroine was strong and gutsy at times I liked their two dogs Tripod and BruiserA captivating and exciting read

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Bers but she's just as stubborn Becki is intent on keeping her grandparents' remote farmhouse no matter the danger Becki's feelings for her childhood crush may be rekindled but she's seen too much to risk ope. Every book I ve read by Sandra Orchard has been so good Fatal inheritance had me stumped all through the book I would think it was this person then I would think it was someone else trying to find the stolen jewels Very pleased with the ending of this book Now I need to read another book by Sandra Orchard

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Ning her heart As the threats against Becki escalate the list of suspects grows longer Josh must convince Becki to trust him with her heart and her life before a madman ends their chance at happinesspermanent. Well it s amazing how one sentence can nosedive an enter book If it weren t for two sentences in this entire book this would have easily been a 3 star review But we ll get to thatFirstBecki Graw decides to move into her recently deceased grandparents farmhouse because she had such fond memories of country living She drops her job and everything else to make this change Almost immediately upon her arrival someone is out to terrorize her until she leaves Joshua Rayne is a police officer and next door neighbor to Becki s place Like right next door despite both of them living on property that used to be farmers They are also childhood friends and Josh briefly dates Becki s older sister Sarah So he s determined to keep her safeSo lets seeBecki is immediately attacked and hit of the head with a 2 by 4 falls down the stairs she has her well tainted has multiple break ins at her house survives a car crash by bailing out the door figure that one out gets hang up phone calls can t get a job etc But by god she s stayingOkay okay it wasn t terrible for a christian romance Though I found it annoying that the author uses her grandparents whirlwind 3 week romancecourtship before the grampa proposed as an excuse to have Josh contemplating marrying Becki in2 weeks Cause marriage and people and circumstances and such never change right Fortunately she didn t put down an actual time period for when they got married So you can pretend it was a year later if you really wanted to though everything implies it was a lot faster But that said and ignored I actually liked the majority of this bookuntilNow that part that nosedived this bookThe fact that the author had Sarah get back together with her husband who USED HER AS A PUNCHING BAG on multiple occasions AND STALKED HER TO HER SISTER S PLACE AND TRIED TO RUN THEM OFF THE ROAD I m sorry but what He liberally beats the shit out of her repeatedly and you like oh they went to counselling and everything is better Marriage is forever Uh screw that You think a man with a high powered job who s been beating his wife for years would aagree to counseling and b actually stop I only know a couple of women who have ever been unfortunate enough to be in this situation and between talking to them and talking to my cop friends the likelihood of this happening is slightly above zero SLIGHTLY Very slight Most often women who continually go back continue to be abused and it usually escalates and it s not uncommon for the woman to end up dead if they don t come to their senses I cannot figure out why no one else bothered to mention this issue in their review Yes it was snuck in under the gun with just a few sentences but serious what kind of message is this sending abused and battered people If you married a partner beater sucks to be you Marriage is forever Please even the catholic church has acceptable reasons for divorce and this is one of them In Conclusion If it weren t for the wife going back to the wife beater and it potentially ending in rainbow unicorn farts this would have actually been a decent book Just my opinion