About The Stone Family Treasure

the stone family treasure

A man who lost everything. The woman who won’t believe in true love. Will they finally forgive themselves and find the gold?

Hunter Stone, Navy SEAL didn’t want to wake up to the news that he’d lost … him. The person he’d been with for so long. And, he really didn’t want to hear that his family thought he was losing it. Because he was a SEAL and SEALs didn’t LOSE it!

Cheryse Skye didn’t need to be reminded that death was inevitable; she’d been running from that reality for three years, since her first husband’s death. Too bad losing one of her best friends triggered all of the memories. All the pain. All the … loss.

When Hunter wakes up a second time and discovers he’s lost an eye, it actually makes him feel better to bear a scar on the outside; it reminded him that nothing came without sacrifice. Too bad he gets discharged from the only thing keeping him going; the Navy.

Being back in South Port isn’t a fairytale, especially since he’s working at his brother’s bike shop and living with the other brother who is on him twenty-four, seven. It gets worse when he wrecks into the woman he’s always loved…and hurts her. Now he has to get his crap together or risk losing everything.

As clue after clue is revealed, will the Stone siblings be able to finally find the gold their parents always wanted them to have? And discover the gold they’ve always had within themselves?

As these six Stone siblings find a way back to each other, they must learn to let go of what doesn’t matter and cling to the things their parents always wanted for them–family, love, and fun memories on the beach.

My review

I have loved all of the books I’ve read in this series. I know I have missed at least one of the books. But this one still made sense and held my attention. So, I’ll say you don’t need to read them in order. I would definitely read The Stone Family Inn first. That will help you know all of the characters in the other books.

This one is about the youngest brother, Hunter. Hunter went through some really hard things. And those things hardened him. And that was obvious at some of the places in the book. But we all go through hard things, they change us and make us stronger. And that eventually happens for him.

Cheryse also has been through hard things. I love the way she allowed those to change her and soften her. She was able to mourn with those who needed mourning with. I really loved her character.

There were so many great things about this book! I love the whole Stone family. The way they watch each other’s backs. I laughed with them. And I cried with them. I worried for them.

This book has it all: romance, suspense, light moments, and moments you’ll need to cry. I loved it!

I was sent an e-copy of The Stone Family Treasure as a gift from the author. All opinions are my own.

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