Reviewed by Tami Brady
Kellson Berkley (Kells) is completely stressed out. His job is hectic
and his migraines are becoming his closest companion. Even a
month long vacation in Costa Rica doesn’t seem to help Kells'
outlook on life. Upon his return, he realizes that things are about to
get much worse.
While Kells was away, his friend Bryant invited his latest fiancée
Cydney Nash to move into Kells’ apartment. Bryant then suddenly
makes a quick retreat to Italy to spend time with another woman,
leaving Cydney with a bunch of broken promises and lame excuses.
At first, Kells believes the situation is going to be a huge hassle.
Unfortunately, Cydney isn’t half the irritation that Kells expected.
In fact, she’s quickly turning into his best friend and maybe even
a little more as the two are drawn together by common interests,
a love of adventure, and a feeling of easiness. This could get really
The Third Son has a good deal of drama and romance but is
based upon a firm foundation of friendship, common interests,
and respect. Unlike a lot of the whirlwind romances in other
romance novels, the romance in this book is much more realistic,
more complex, and more likely to create a lasting true love
affair. This is a true love affair that we can all dream of and attain,
even if we aren’t the rich boy or the beauty pageant winner.
– Tami Brady