Synopsis: The first book in a sizzling new series —The Grangers— about one legacy, three brothers, and a lifetime of secrets by New York Times and USA TODAY bestselling author Brenda Jackson. Similar in style to the television series, DALLAS, Jackson’s hottest new series is filled with family drama, wealth, sex, intrigue, power, and even murder.
The series revolves around the Grangers; a wealthy Virginia family whose fortune was made in the aeronautics industries. As a deathbed promise to their grandfather, the three Granger brothers (Jace, Caden, and Dalton) vow to take over the family business— Granger Aeronautics—and to continue the fight to prove their father’s innocence on a decades old murder case. But when the eldest brother Jace Granger takes over as CEO, he quickly realizes the company is failing badly and decides to hire Shana Bradford — the sexy, confident, smart founder of a consulting firm—who has a reputation of being able to identify corporate problems and then getting the company back on track.
Jace and Shana butt heads at first, but they finally come to a mutual understanding that sparks a steamy relationship. The passion between them is jeopardized when old secrets begin to emerge and an explosive discovery changes everything Jace thought he knew about his mother—and his father— who was convicted of her murder.
Meet the Author: A New York Times and USA TODAY bestselling and award-winning author of more than seventy-five romance titles, Brenda is a recent retiree who divides her time between family, writing and traveling with her husband. Readers may write Brenda at P.O. Box 28267, Jacksonville, Florida 32226 or by email. Connect with Brenda at her website, Facebook, and Twitter. (SBN: Brenda, I lived in Jville for 9 years. Loved it. Miss the area, but not the humidity. Still a huge Jaguar fan!)
Interview with Brenda:
Favorite color, food, drink and animal?
Red; shrimp; Riesling; dog
What do you enjoy doing in your free time?
When/Why did you start writing?
In middlle school -8th grade
Where/When do you feel most comfortable writing?
Poolside (SBN: may I come join you?)
Have you ever been inspired by another author? If so, who?
Nora Roberts (SBN: I met her at a book signing in Jacksonville, years ago!)
Is it hard to let the characters go once you complete a novel?
Where does your inspiration for a story come from?
Do you have a favorite author? Who?