The search for her sisters will become a spiritual journey for the entire family.Raised by her father, Catherine McKenna has never lacked for anything, surrounded by people to take care of her every need. On her eighteenth birthday she discovers that not only did her mother die when she was born, but she also has two identical sisters. Although her father vowed not to look for his daughters, Catherine made no such promise. Setting out on her own with one clue and her maid in tow, she's bound and determined to find her sisters. Collin Elliott has seen better days. After losing his ship to a violent and unexpected storm, he is trying to recover—physically and emotionally. When Angus McKenna sends him to find, follow, and protect his pampered daughter, he wants nothing more than to finish his task and return home. Can he help her find her sisters? And will the discoveries they make along the way teach them both what's most important in life?
Thanks to Lena Nelson Dooley for my review copy.
I have enjoyed the series and book three is no different. This time we see Catherine's story. Catherine is the triplet that was first born and was raised by the triplets father. She learns she is a triplets and wants to find her sisters. Collin is a ship captain who recently lost his ship due to a violent storm. He is still recovering from injuries. We see Catherine searching for her siblings and Collin is sent to watch out for her. Collin sees her as a spoilt rich socialite who will do anything to get her way and the last thing he wants is to watch out for her. We see the story unfold of her search and we see who Catherine really is. The book shows how perceptions are not always right and how once we have an image of a person it can cloud our judgements of a person. Loved how the book unfolded and am sad the series is over. Great read.