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The Hatfields and McCoys of modern day
Reviewed in the United States on September 17, 2020
The Brookses and Whitakers gave them a good run for notoriety. Their grandfathers had struck a deal that their fathers could not find an amicable agreement to, causing their families to butt heads because of it. But Wade Brooks and Joy Whitaker believed their father's disagreement did not have anything to do with them. They were determined to keep their relationship a secret until they could figure out how best to deal with their families. That was until Joy's big brother found out and was determined to protect his sister from those no-good lying Brookses. Joy thought that breaking up with Wade, there would be no more fighting between her brother and Wade. Well, that only made both of them miserable. When Joy thought she would lose Wade forever, she quickly went to his side. Wade was more determined than ever to get their fathers to agree so he and Joy could have their HEA.
This story about the feuding families was a very good one, showing how the stress of it took its toll on the lovers who had been eyeing each other for a while. Poor Joy was torn between her love of Wade and loyalty to her father, and her hot-headed brother made matters worst. Poor Wade was miserable without his pretty lady and almost drank himself to death. It was good reading that Parker and Maddy are engaged. I just want to know who will Carson ends up with.