I have just now finished Memphis Rising and I could not put it down because it was so good! And such an easy read. Jury, interesting name, is comfortable in her own skin and Beau knows what he wants and how to go about getting it or her. I loved it. The love scenes are hot. Phew!! They were very thoughtful and well written. The background/history, helped the reader understand what little conflict there is in the story. I can't wait to read more from Haven Isley.
Jury Yates is a corporate attorney who has a thing for one of the most powerful men in Memphis—her boss. But there’s a problem with pursuing—and being pursued by—a man with such wealth and power, especially when his family once owned hers. Still, Jury cannot deny her attraction for the CEO of Wainwright Construction, whose hot bod and deep, sexy voice get her juices flowing. Can she find a way to accept that the past is the past and her future is what she makes of it?
Beauregard Charles Wainwright is the epitome of a Southern gentleman. But this modern-day Rhett Butler is more than just a gambler, he is a collector of sorts, acquiring properties and developing multimillion-dollar dreams. So he knows a sweet deal when he sees one. And Jury Yates is awfully sweet. She’s exactly what he wants, and he is determined to have her. Now all that’s left for Beau to do is convince Jury that he shouldn’t have to pay for the sins of his father.