All That Glitters
Driven from the Dumas Mansion back to her beloved bayou, Ruby's only hope is that fate will let her begin anew...
Living again in a humble shack, Ruby is determined to make a secure and happy home for her precious infant daughter, Pearl. Paul Tate -- her first love, whom she was forced to abandon -- is at her side once more, now a man of dazzling wealth. When he whisks her into his grand house, it seems their future is assured. As mistress of Cypress Woods, Ruby can forget even the shocking reason she and Paul must wed in a secret ceremony and remain husband and wife in name alone.
But the thick, expensive walls of Cypress Woods cannot shut out the terrible memories that have woven their fabric over her destiny, or the cold eyes of Paul's mother, Gladys, reminding Ruby of the secret she must keep to give Pearl a loving father. Then her venomous twin sister, Gisselle, arrives to taunt her with news of Beau Andreas, the true father Pearl has never met, and the only man Ruby will ever long for with all her body and soul, Desperate to find the complete, fulfilling life she craves, Ruby builds a precarious new existence, a flimsy shanty of hope that the first flood washes away. Only when the storm exposes the very blackest evils of the past will she glimpse the rainbow's fragile promise, a morning of sunshine and laughter with a family of her own....
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Review: All That Glitters (Landry #3)User Review - Goodreads
SPOILERS for major plot points as well as the ending (Spoilers for Tarnished Gold as well.) I really enjoyed this book. My third favorite in a great series. Here are my gripes about the characters and ... Read full review
Review: All That Glitters (Landry #3)User Review - Shay Hawthorne - Goodreads
SPOILERS for major plot points as well as the ending (Spoilers for Tarnished Gold as well.) 1. Ruby and Beau are selfish assholes. They let themselves do the one thing that, in these books, only the ... Read full review