Book Review: The Ultimate Treasure (The Lost Anderson’s, Book:5) by: Melody Anne

Well, we did it. We got to the end of the Aderson’s. It has been an awesome journey and I hate that it has ended.

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The Ultimate Treasure

The Lost Anderson’s, Book 5

By: Melody Anne

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Alexa Mills gets the trip of a lifetime when she’s chosen to go on a humanitarian trip to the Philippines to help rebuild one of the villages that were devastated years ago by natural disasters. She’s more than excited until she steps on the jet and discovers her benefactor is none other than Lance Storm, the man she’d had a one-night-stand with at her sister’s wedding to Ashton Storm.

They are together in a foreign country for a month and she can’t fight her attraction to him though she knows marriage can end devastatingly badly. After all, the only example she’s ever had is the abusive father who raised her and the weak mother who allowed it.

When they return home and Lance asks her to pretend to be his girlfriend for the holidays so his family will lay off trying to get him married, she can’t resist the temptation. She doesn’t want to spend another holiday alone.

But will Lexie forget that it’s all pretend as she is welcomed with open arms into the Anderson and Storm clan? Or will she manage to hold onto her convictions and walk away when the fantasy of being a part of a family and falling in love with a man is supposed to be over?

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I have to say I liked this book, but in some spots it started getting to me. The only thing I didn’t like about this book was her fighting her feelings for so long. And that I feel the book was unfinished. I would have loved to have read about their wedding and children, since this was their last book. There could have been an epilogue telling us about their future. But over all it was a good read.

If you have not read any of these books I suggest you start at the beginning.

Thanks for reading my blog.

Until Next Time: Happy Reading

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