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"I don’t understand why people don’t talk things out?" Reagan O’Riley, M.D. Too bad she did not take her own medicine. Book Two of The McKinnon Legends is aptly named Unfinished Business and finds Connor Holden, Earl of Featherstone squarely in a place he never felt he would be – in love with a woman he does not know how to win. Losing is something Connor has never experienc "I don’t understand why people don’t talk things out?" Reagan O’Riley, M.D. Too bad she did not take her own medicine. Book Two of The McKinnon Legends is aptly named Unfinished Business and finds Connor Holden, Earl of Featherstone squarely in a place he never felt he would be – in love with a woman he does not know how to win. Losing is something Connor has never experienced and does not plan on his quest for Reagan's heart to be his one failing. Book Two of this eight part series focuses on the characters of the rough-around-the edges, Connor Holden and the fiery, Irish physician, Reagan O’Riley. Both characters introduced in Book One – The McKinnon, The Beginning have come back together in a dynamic love story full of misunderstanding, deception, and ultimately forgiveness. The growth they experience through the journey comes at a great cost as is usually the case when lessons are learned the hard way. Nic and Morgan McKinnon, Duke and Duchess of Seabridge are prominent players in Unfinished Business as it would not be completed without their rock-solid presence. Several more characters are introduced further layering the story more deeply and fully and propelling it forward through time. Join them on their quest to become The McKinnon Legends.


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"I don’t understand why people don’t talk things out?" Reagan O’Riley, M.D. Too bad she did not take her own medicine. Book Two of The McKinnon Legends is aptly named Unfinished Business and finds Connor Holden, Earl of Featherstone squarely in a place he never felt he would be – in love with a woman he does not know how to win. Losing is something Connor has never experienc "I don’t understand why people don’t talk things out?" Reagan O’Riley, M.D. Too bad she did not take her own medicine. Book Two of The McKinnon Legends is aptly named Unfinished Business and finds Connor Holden, Earl of Featherstone squarely in a place he never felt he would be – in love with a woman he does not know how to win. Losing is something Connor has never experienced and does not plan on his quest for Reagan's heart to be his one failing. Book Two of this eight part series focuses on the characters of the rough-around-the edges, Connor Holden and the fiery, Irish physician, Reagan O’Riley. Both characters introduced in Book One – The McKinnon, The Beginning have come back together in a dynamic love story full of misunderstanding, deception, and ultimately forgiveness. The growth they experience through the journey comes at a great cost as is usually the case when lessons are learned the hard way. Nic and Morgan McKinnon, Duke and Duchess of Seabridge are prominent players in Unfinished Business as it would not be completed without their rock-solid presence. Several more characters are introduced further layering the story more deeply and fully and propelling it forward through time. Join them on their quest to become The McKinnon Legends.

30 review for Unfinished Business

  1. 5 out of 5

    Lissa

    I'm reviewing the series as a whole as I found them a really good read. The story flowed at an amazing pace, the characters realistic and each book although a story on their own referred to characters from the other books. Although the series is classed as a time travel story it is only at the end of the first book that we see any time travel.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Caroline

    This is a continuation of the 1st in the series and is best read after reading that one. The first ended with Reagan taking Cullen to the future and this is her tale of how she and Connor get together A great tale and not a stand-alone Recommend you get the series today

  3. 4 out of 5

    Debbie

    Oh if ever I were to have a book boyfriend, he would be a McKinnon!!! this book tells of Reagan and Connor and boy do they have a tale! So much pain and sorrow and misunderstanding! the author portrays all this beautifully and so deeply, I cried for them, I really did! I love that Morgan and Nic play a major part in this book(it's a bug bare of mine that too many authors ignore early characters in a series) and I love how, while reading, I could see some of the next stories being laid out, only f Oh if ever I were to have a book boyfriend, he would be a McKinnon!!! this book tells of Reagan and Connor and boy do they have a tale! So much pain and sorrow and misunderstanding! the author portrays all this beautifully and so deeply, I cried for them, I really did! I love that Morgan and Nic play a major part in this book(it's a bug bare of mine that too many authors ignore early characters in a series) and I love how, while reading, I could see some of the next stories being laid out, only for them to be all cleared up in this book, leaving me no idea what's happening next. although reading these stories in order would help a great deal, I don't think, up to now, it really matters. things are explained as you go along, it just gives you a greater feel for all the characters. off to read about Cullen, who was flung from the 15th century into the 20th century!

  4. 4 out of 5

    Katherine

    I started reading this book moments after finishing the first in the series. It started off great. The main female character is much better than the one in the first book. The characters are better developed. But i can't rate it as high as the first one. The plot was painfully similar to the first book (literally paralleled). I got 81% through before I had to stop, it just couldn't hold my attention. I'll probably go back and finish it one day, and will likely continue reading the series, but fo I started reading this book moments after finishing the first in the series. It started off great. The main female character is much better than the one in the first book. The characters are better developed. But i can't rate it as high as the first one. The plot was painfully similar to the first book (literally paralleled). I got 81% through before I had to stop, it just couldn't hold my attention. I'll probably go back and finish it one day, and will likely continue reading the series, but for now I just couldn't handle reading the same book again just with a different couple. I would still recommend this book to a friend, but with a disclaimer that the plot is pretty much just a repeat of the first book. Happy reading!

  5. 5 out of 5

    Trish Bash

    I bought this book immediately after reading the first in the series. It was an awesome book with well rounded characters and the inclusion of the main characters from the first book. I have fallen in love with the storytelling gift of Ranay James and am anxiously awaiting the third book in the series. The only minor flaw in these two books was editing, a good editor and proofreader would come in handy as I noticed more than a few grammar and spelling errors. I can see this author becoming a top I bought this book immediately after reading the first in the series. It was an awesome book with well rounded characters and the inclusion of the main characters from the first book. I have fallen in love with the storytelling gift of Ranay James and am anxiously awaiting the third book in the series. The only minor flaw in these two books was editing, a good editor and proofreader would come in handy as I noticed more than a few grammar and spelling errors. I can see this author becoming a top best seller in the future.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Tracy Decresie

    I was so excited to start this book and was not disappointed....at first. I was crying within the first 3 chapters.Then when they travelled back in time it started to sound very repetitious and the "mature" dialogue of the 5 year olds threw me off. I also found some discrepancies in this book from book one. I'll let you find them for yourself though. This story started very strong and ended strong, but the guts of the story was very lacking for me. I really wanted it to be a 5 :( I'm sure I'll re I was so excited to start this book and was not disappointed....at first. I was crying within the first 3 chapters.Then when they travelled back in time it started to sound very repetitious and the "mature" dialogue of the 5 year olds threw me off. I also found some discrepancies in this book from book one. I'll let you find them for yourself though. This story started very strong and ended strong, but the guts of the story was very lacking for me. I really wanted it to be a 5 :( I'm sure I'll read book 3, but I'll wait a bit.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Johnna

    Although some of the plot was similar to book one (what is with these men marrying their ladies without telling them???) I actually enjoyed this one more than the first book. There was a lot more passion and heartache with this story. Even though these books are portrayed as historical romances, the writer uses very modern day language for her characters. Either she hasn't researched very much or it is the way she intended to write these. The editing I look past since it is a self published book. Although some of the plot was similar to book one (what is with these men marrying their ladies without telling them???) I actually enjoyed this one more than the first book. There was a lot more passion and heartache with this story. Even though these books are portrayed as historical romances, the writer uses very modern day language for her characters. Either she hasn't researched very much or it is the way she intended to write these. The editing I look past since it is a self published book. I am looking forward to the next one!

  8. 4 out of 5

    Amber

    At first I was rather aggravated. I felt like book ones plot was repeating itself but instead of having Nic and Morgan you had Connor and Regan. They do have similar paths for a bit. However, the plot thickens and you just can't help but love the family that ties them all together. The touches of time travel, fate and destiny it all makes for a great story. Very much enjoyed by me and I'm looking forward to reading the next book in the series Shades of Grace.

  9. 5 out of 5

    *TheWrittenWord*Mo

    this book just kept going and going and going. Just as you think you figured everything out, something else is thrown in and you're like "what? where did that come from?" Which was fun and exciting but at other times .... not so much. This book, like the first, is a little too much of an emotional roller-coaster, I might take a break from this series and pick it back up later on in the summer :)

  10. 5 out of 5

    Felicia_noel

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. ummmmmmmm yeahhhhh. Half way through this book i got sooooo mad a Reagan i wanted to slap her lol then I was mad at Connor for being an idiot. then I cried because of reasons I dont want to spoil for you. Anyway, I enjoyed it, but please!!!!!!........no more marrying someone without them knowing about stuff that is killing me! I mean seriously!!!! STOOOOOOOOPPP. lol :-)

  11. 5 out of 5

    Alyssa

    I love Regan. Wish the author wouldn't name the characters modern names. I think this is the book in the series where I caught a few historical inaccuracies but nothing much to damage the overall plot. Also, I would let Conner take me anywhere. I do have a little issue with how much agency the women give up in the first two books, but it makes sense from a historical perspective

  12. 5 out of 5

    Frances Shellings

    Exciting Could Not put it down .... Love the fight Connor and Reagan had between each other and themselves in the book .... Cried with them over the loss of their baby ....And all over them not communicating with each other ....Cant wait to see what happens to Cullen

  13. 4 out of 5

    diana

    Could hardly wait to get this book. This is a good read, lots of action romance and intrigue. I will be buying book 3 tomorrow. I would recommend it if your like historical themes and time travel.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Gail L. Zanzig

    Oh my My goodness this story is full of everything. I had trouble putting it down and found myself reading at 3 am and wanting to keep up with it. Love, hate, misunderstanding and time travel and much more.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Sharon McDonald

    Sounded too much like the first book. There seemed to be too much detail about things that really did not have much to do with the love story. Hoping the next in the series is better.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Cici

    This series does deliver. The story is woven really well. The characters have great challenges. The romance has real chemistry. A little too graphic.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Susan Overby johnson

    Good from beginning to end!

  18. 5 out of 5

    Leilani

    Full of action and lots of emotions. More time travel in the 2nd book. 2nd book in a row of Ranay James' that I could not put down. Loved it.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Denise

    Enjoyed this one more than the first one. Still wishing editing was better. But overall good story and characters are likable.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Anne

    Great read as good as the first book.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Donna

    Great story... But not clean.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Julie

    I did like this book but found the way he proposed similar to the first book. Thought it wasn't original enough. I took a pause from this book to read another but did think this was a good read.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Krista~the Matriarch

  24. 4 out of 5

    Aida Gonzalez

  25. 4 out of 5

    jessica

  26. 5 out of 5

    Carolyn

  27. 4 out of 5

    Teryn

  28. 5 out of 5

    Angela Roscios

  29. 4 out of 5

    Keryn

  30. 5 out of 5

    Lillian Huffman

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