Maybe Too Good To Be True

When Georgia girl Gabrielle March is summoned to a country estate in Massachusetts, she is stunned when the corporate matriarch of the Atlantic Hastings International makes an astounding revelation Gabrielle is to receive a mega block of company stock valued in seven figures and a seat on the board all as reparation for a conspiracy committed against her late father BroWhen Georgia girl Gabrielle March is summoned to a country estate in Massachusetts, she is stunned when the corporate matriarch of the Atlantic Hastings International makes an astounding revelation Gabrielle is to receive a mega block of company stock valued in seven figures and a seat on the board all as reparation for a conspiracy committed against her late father Brothers Pierce and James Hastings, sons of Gabrielle s benefactor, don t take kindly to their mother giving away such a sizeable chunk of their company James wants to have their mother committed, but Pierce, out of respect for her judgment, grudgingly agrees to take Gabrielle under his wing and acclimate her to Atlantic Hastings International in New York City Spending time with Gabrielle at work, and at the penthouse every night, is an eye opener for the sophisticated divorced bachelor who doesn t seem able to get enough of her Seeing Gabrielle s unabashed pleasure in seeing and appreciating new things charms him She is fast becoming an addiction to him one he knows he can t live without He just has to convince Gabrielle The only problem, she is focused on rousting the last living conspirator a person equally focused on seeing her dead Half romance, and half mystery, Too Good To Be True is full of twists and surprises that will keep your interest, and keep you guessing up until the very end Krystal from Once Upon a Book Christy McKee is a new author to me but I can guarantee this will not be the last I read of her An interesting and fun ride, McKee made a standard romance funny and utterly romantic The story is wonderful, but truly the characters are a masterpiece The Brunette Librarian You can visit Christy McKee s website at christymckee
Maybe Too Good To Be True When Georgia girl Gabrielle March is summoned to a country estate in Massachusetts she is stunned when the corporate matriarch of the Atlantic Hastings International makes an astounding revelation Ga

  • Title: Maybe Too Good To Be True
  • Author: Christy McKee
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    Christy McKee

    Christy began her career in TV news but eventually realized her calling was not to report the facts of the day but to create stories of her own A graduate of Stephens College in Columbia, Missouri, Christy and her husband spent many years living in Georgia, South Carolina and Louisiana and developed a deep love of the South which is reflected in her contemporary romances Today, Christy and her husband live in a small picturesque town in Ohio along with their two lovable Labs When she is not writing, she spends time with her family, loves to go to movies, works in her garden and is always up for the next travel adventure.Visit me at christymckee

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    • JamieLeigh said:
      Aug 22, 2018 - 02:54 AM

      What a great, fast read. A daughter finds out after her dad died that he had a different life that was totally foreign to the one she knew. She's looking for answers and one special man helps her find her way.

    • Pamela said:
      Aug 22, 2018 - 02:54 AM

      I have to say I was quite impressed with this novel. The author has woven an intriguing tale of mystery-suspense with a few twists and turns thrown in. Most impressive was that I couldn't figure out who the "villain" of the story was - always a huge plus in my books. The story is told from several POV's, namely the two very likeable protagonists, Gabrielle and Pierce. I'm a huge fan of reading the male POV and wish more novels would follow this approach. I absolutely adored both protagonists, Ga [...]

    • Emily said:
      Aug 22, 2018 - 02:54 AM

      Gabrielle March can't believe the mess her father left her with. When she receives a letter from a woman she has never met who claims she has information about her father and a terrible wrong that needs to be righted, Gabrielle finds her life turned upside down. The revelation leaves broke Gabrielle financially wealthy and the object of Pierce Hastings interest. Pierce is unsure about Gabrielle, having been burnt bad by his ex-wife he is wondering if there is more to Gabrielle than she shows. A [...]

    • Avid Reader Amy's Reviews said:
      Aug 22, 2018 - 02:54 AM

      Review as it appears on my blog Amy's Book World:A mixture of romance and mystery, "Maybe too Good to Be True" is a great story that leaves you wanting more. The main story centers around Gabrielle trying to figure out who conspired to set her father up 40 years ago. This lead to him leaving town at that time. Gabrielle's interest in this is because Elizabeth Hastings contacts her so she can right her husband's wrong. Gabrielle being a determined southern girl she won't let it rest until she unc [...]

    • Alyson LaBarge said:
      Aug 22, 2018 - 02:54 AM

      My Review:Feisty heroine is pulled back from the brink of financial ruin by Fairy Godmother. Meets Fairy Godson. Hate at First Sight. Will the Feisty Heroine and Fairy Godson work out their differences? Will the mystery of the Feisty Heroine's Dad's undoing be solved? Will Alyson ever stop calling Pierce the Fairy Godson? In a word - yes. And that's all I'm going to say about that. :)The Good: I loved the characters in this book, especially Gabrielle, Pierce, and Elizabeth. Heck, I even loved to [...]

    • Krystal said:
      Aug 22, 2018 - 02:54 AM

      NOTE: I received a complimentary copy of Too Good To Be True in return for my honest review. This does not in any way reflect upon my review. All thoughts/opinions of this novel are 100% my own.My Rating: 4.5 stars out of 5Review: First, let me get the one negative thing I have to say out, I did not care for the book cover. It did not seem to convey what the story was about once you became involved with it. In fact, just based on the cover alone, this was probably not a book that I would have ch [...]

    • Heather Boustead said:
      Aug 22, 2018 - 02:54 AM

      Maybe Too Good To Be TrueBy Christie McKeeGabriel March is barely keeping her head above water as her promise to keep her father’s newspaper going may sink her financially. As she is struggling to find a way to pay the electric bill a strange summons comes in the mail from Elizabeth Hastings. Elizabeth is determined to right a terrible wrong that was exacted on Gabrielle March’s family.This was a great book, full of finding love and becoming a part of a family, but also mystery and intrigue [...]

    • Elizabeth "Liza" said:
      Aug 22, 2018 - 02:54 AM

      Maybe too Good to Be True is a very good romance-mystery and I enjoyed reading it.Gabrielle is, (as stated above) a little insecure about herself. She is very talented (and has tangible proof!), but still doubts that she can be happy. I believe her upbringing had a lot to do about that and I'm glad that she consciously fought to overcome it. Gabrielle is loving, loyal, unspoiled and very smart lady. Finding Elizabeth and therefore, some truths about her father couldn't happen to a better person. [...]

    • Andrea Heltsley said:
      Aug 22, 2018 - 02:54 AM

      This book was a wonderfully written romantic mystery. I loved the plot in this story. It kept me hooked from the very first page. The intrigue starts at the beginning and doesn't let up until the very end. At first I thought this book was going to be predictable, but I'm glad I was wrong. The characters were interesting and completely misunderstood. Pierce was nothing like he seemed to Gabbi. He isn't just some playboy skating through life. He wants love and a family. Gabbi isn't just some gold [...]

    • Becky Lower said:
      Aug 22, 2018 - 02:54 AM

      Romantic suspense is not usually to my liking, since I can spot a bad guy a mile away in most cases, and then I have to plod through hundreds of pages to get to the end, which I’ve known about for days. But I have to make an exception in the case of Maybe Too Good To Be True. It’s a rags to riches story about Gabrielle March, who is scrambling to find ways to pay her bills when a true fairy godmother discovers her and provides her with wealth and family. Maybe too good to be true? How about [...]

    • Yvonne said:
      Aug 22, 2018 - 02:54 AM

      I really enjoyed this book and loved the main characters, especially the hero. I fell in love with Pierce immediately. It's funny how certain characters get your attention and Pierce was one of those for me. My only problem with both Gabrielle and Pierce was that they jumped to conclusions about each other way too fast. They needed to talk and think things through.I loved how there was both romance and mystery intertwined in this book. It made for a fast-paced read and left readers truly caring [...]

    • Erin said:
      Aug 22, 2018 - 02:54 AM

      *I received this book from to review*I really enjoyed this book. It was very easy to sit back and lose myself in the story. I enjoyed that it wasn't overly romantic, mushy, or sexual. This was an easy read to take to the cabin and relax outside and read. Every one of the characters were easy to like and follow. I really enjoyed how the author twisted them all up in to a tidy little knot that was fun to watch unravel. This was the first of Christy McKee's books that I have read but certainly won [...]

    • Susan said:
      Aug 22, 2018 - 02:54 AM

      Christy pens "Maybe too Good to Be True" a mystery romance in a well developed plot with interesting and totally misunderstood characters. The story actually held my attention from beginning to end. A truly fun read for all mystery, romance lovers.This review is based on a complimentary copy which was provided for an honest review.

    • Sarah said:
      Aug 22, 2018 - 02:54 AM

      I won this book in a holiday contest.Right away, I was drawn to the characters. Gabrielle is immediately likable and Pierce is, well, Pierce. I did feel that the relationship moved a bit too quickly for my liking, but that didn't detract from the story. The mystery component was interesting. I look forward to the next book.

    • Christi Snow said:
      Aug 22, 2018 - 02:54 AM

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