Free eBook Rafferty's Legacy –

Would Their Life Be Ruined By This Feud Promise Not To Have Anything To Do With Patrick Rafferty, Carl Asked Teresa, Loving Him, Wanted To Agree Yet How Could She Refuse To See Her Newly Found Uncle It Was Only Then That She Learned About The Feud That Had Plagued Their Families For Generations And She Knew That Whatever Had Been Held Against Her Family Would Inevitably Be Leveled Against HerHow Could There Be Any Future Happiness For Her And Carl

10 thoughts on “Rafferty's Legacy

  1. StMargarets StMargarets says:

    Rafferty s legacy is the land the heroine s grandfather won in a drunken bet against the hero s grandfather Since then, the two families have feuded At the time they met, neither the Australian hero nor the English heroine know that the heroine is connected to the feud Heroine lost her family in a plane crash Hero had a loose connection to the football soccer event the plane was traveling to and he stopped in England to convey his condolences It was insta love Hero paid for her trip to Australia and all is well until the heroine s long lost uncle shows up at their engagement party to remind everyone of a feud that began two generations back.Hero had no idea the heroine was from the Rafferty family because it was her mother s maiden name Heroine had no idea either and is upset and bewildered when the hero gives her an ultimatum Never speak to her uncle or leave.Heroine leaves and goes to live with her uncle in his ramshackle house She tries to fix it up and then lines up a job, all the while hoping the hero will get over his shock and be reasonable Hero s family prospered, while the heroine s family didn t So there isn t much use of the feud except for a talking point that her bachelor uncle keeps alive.Heroine is wallpapering when she falls off of a ladder and hits her head Yup It s amnesia By this time hero has had a change of heart and wants the heroine back At first he doesn t believe the heroine has am...

  2. Naksed Naksed says:

    Amusing amnesia story where heroine is not above manipulating others by playing up or playing down her convenient memory loss There is a long and bitter generational feud that drives the protagonists apart The secondary character of the uncouth uncle was instrumental in driving a wedge between his niece and her fiance but he is not really villainous, ju...

  3. MissKitty MissKitty says:

    I actually liked this one a lot When the story opens, the Hero and heroine are in love and celebrating at their engagement party, when they are rudely interrupted by an old man who claims to be the uncle of the heroine He is the sworn enemy of the Hero in a decades old feud started by the grandparents.The heroine has come to Australia from England and didn t know any of her relatives She s just been orphaned and was still grieving when she agreed to marry the Hero The Hero is shocked and angry and he gives her an ultimatum The heroine would have chosen to stay w her fianc as against this stranger, but, at that moment, when he turned to her, she saw no love in his eyes Knowing that her future marriage is doomed She chooses to go w her uncle.It s actually a double whammy for the poor heroine since she is still mourning her family and now she has lost her fianc She tries her best to keep house for her uncle but in the process bumps her head and gets amnesia This is key, since now it s the uncle who fills in the blanks for her and at first he makes her believe she came out to Australia to be w him, never mentioning the fianc.She starts working for a cattle auction house, where the Hero bumps into her again, and she treats him like a stranger At first he cannot believe that she has amnesia, but the heroine also starts to suspect there is to the story than her uncle has led her to believe She then forces the uncle tell h...

  4. Caro Caro says:

    I liked this book fine It was good but not great Happy Reading