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Series: Casebook of Barnaby Adair #3
Published by Avon Source: Publisher
Malcolm Sinclair, aka Thomas Glendower, is granted a second chance, and he grabs ahold of that chance with both hands. After rehabilitating and feeling that he needs to endeavor to seek what is needed of him, he returns to one of his properties to find a strange woman and children have taken up residence. Rose and the children have a good reason for being there, but she can’t completely trust Malcolm, or Thomas as he is now known, with the truth. When her past reappears, Rose finds that she can only turn to Thomas for help, and in seeking his own redemption, Thomas gladly extends it.
Loving Rose: The Redemption of Malcolm Sinclair was rich with details that drew the reader completely into the characters’ world. There was also a great mystery that longed to be solved that Malcolm as Thomas stumbled across when he returned. Ms. Laurens held on tightly to her secrets until Loving Rose: The Redemption of Malcolm Sinclair was drawing near its end as the characters unraveled the mystery.
I’m not sure how evil Malcolm was, given that I didn’t read the story that he originated from. However, I believed that he truly felt remorseful for his past misdeeds and sought redemption in Loving Rose: The Redemption of Malcolm Sinclair.