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Three Sacred Words

(Golden Arrow #2)

3.76  ·  Rating details ·  59 ratings  ·  17 reviews
From the author of Two of Hearts comes a standalone adult romance about finding love where you least expect it.

Meadow Starr has worked in housekeeping at the Golden Arrow Casino since she was legal. Raising her son, Joaquin, without the support of her parents or the child’s father was not something she had ever envisioned. Neither was pushing a broom, scraping money toge
Kindle Edition, 228 pages
Published January 26th 2016 by Christina Lee
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Nancy The book junkie
Rating: 3.25/5

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Jan 02, 2016 added it  ·  (Review from the author)
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THREE SACRED WORDS takes place a few months after Two of Hearts.

It's dedicated to the readers who had puffy heart eyes for Shane's co-worker, Alex. ;-)

This is Alex and Meadow's story (along with Meadow's son, Joaquin). It's a standalone book and will complete the series.

If you enjoyed the romance, suspense, casino and reservation setting of the first book, you might like this one as well.
Jan 04, 2016 rated it it was amazing
I am a tough old bird. 5 stars are not easily given. I have loved every book Christina has written, cross my heart and hope to die, but I don't think I gave a 5 star. Much as I loved them, enjoyed the plot, bonded with the characters, my standards of perfection are high.

Was it the addition of a small child that did it for me? Could have been. I was a single parent, fiercely protective of my boy. No man was getting anywhere near my baby until he had my complete and utter trust. I absolutely felt
Feb 02, 2016 rated it it was amazing
Recommends it for: Contemporary romance junkies (w/diverse characters, suspense, one super cute kid)
Recommended to Livia by: Christina Lee
I loved it! Little Joaquin seriously stole my heart. I shouldn't have been surprised by that because Author Christina Lee’s characters always have a way of seeming very real and dear to me. I still felt bummed about Mr. Nakos, the previous owner of the Golden Arrow Casino for example. In this second standalone novel in the Golden Arrow series, Alex and Meadow's unexpected attraction certainly complicated things for both of them.

‘The lines were blurring a bit for me and I needed to watch myself.
Jan 27, 2016 rated it really liked it
Three Sacred Words follows the story of Alex and Meadow. Meadow is doing everything she can to be the best mom that she can to her son, Joaquin. Even though she works hard and does it all on her own with no real help from Joaquin’s father, they’re still managing to just scrape by. The last thing Meadow planned on was Alex….Alex is supposed to be in town on official business, but that doesn’t stop him from wondering whatever happened to Meadow. He knew that he would eventually run into her again, ...more
Suzi (Obsessive Reading Disorder)
I am a sucker for single parent tropes. Add in a hot guy who falls for the child along with the mom. Yeah….perfect! Christina Lee brings us that perfect mix in her latest book, Three Sacred Words. We met Alex Flores as a co-worker of Shane in the first book in the series, Two of Hearts. He is back on the Indian reservation in this book, hunting down leads on a criminal and hoping to see Meadow Starr again.

Meadow is an independent single parent. She isn’t necessarily that way by choice but she w
Pretty Sassy Cool
Feb 01, 2016 rated it really liked it
This review is also posted on Pretty Sassy Cool.

Christina Lee is a favorite of ours and her newest novel, Three Sacred Words, is the reason why. This is the second book in her Golden Arrow series and the stars are Meadow Starr and Alex Flores, both of whom we saw in the first book. If you’re anything like me, you were dying for Alex’s book the moment he appeared on the page. This book did not disappoint. It was sexy and entertaining and full of action and has a setting that is totally captivatin
Michelle Tikal
Jan 04, 2016 rated it it was amazing
With Three Sacred Words Christina Lee is back again bringing all the sweet and steamy romance, the gripping suspense, and of course the electrifying sexual tension we know and love her for along with an adorable little boy who is sure to steal your heart and the nearly impossible choice his mother is forced to make.

I loved the uniqueness of the first book, Two of Hearts, a narrative that centers around a casino on an Indian reservation. Ripe with Native American heritage and tradition, Two of H
Jan 05, 2016 rated it it was amazing
Read the full review on Bookaholics Not-So-Anonymous.

Note: This ARC was provided by the author in exchange for an honest review.

In this second Golden Arrow novel, Three Sacred Words, she gives us Meadow Starr and Alejandro "Alex" Flores, both of whom were supporting characters in the first novel. Meadow is a single mother with a six-year-old child named Joaquin to raise who relies solely on her income as an employee at the casino and her handmade jewelry business. Her ex-boyfriend sporadically m
Trader (RedHotBlueReads)
Jan 04, 2016 rated it really liked it
There are so many things I liked about Three Sacred Words. Let me start with the cover and the title. I have to say I love covers and I often buy based on the feeling I get from a book cover. I absolutely love the cover of Three Sacred Words and the title just fits it so very well. It really made me want to read this title, so I was thrilled to read and review.

Meadow is a single mom, raising her young son Joaquin on her own. She doesn't have an easy life, but she does her best to take care of he
Mar 04, 2016 rated it it was amazing
From her very first book, All of You I have been head over heels for Christina Lee. Her books have a certainly poetry to them, while at the same time capturing the warts and all lives of her characters. It has been impossible not to develop a deep attachment to them because they always felt real to me.

Three Sacred Words is a book for which I had mixed emotions – happy and excited because it is a new Christina Lee book, but sentimental because I know it is the last book in the Golden Arrow arc an
Jan 26, 2016 rated it really liked it
I knew it. I just knew Christina Lee is planning something for Alex Flores. It was a matter of time.
Alex Flores is back on the reservation trying to locate a once small town drug dealer, now a drug cartel leader involved in smuggling drugs across the Mexican border. The thing is, this specific criminal is the ex of Meadow, and beautiful single mother Alex has had his eyes on when he first visited during Kai and Dakota's father's murder investigation in book one.

Alex and Meadow's attraction is p
Feb 02, 2016 rated it really liked it
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Christina Lee has a knack for writing great characters. The depth of which capture emotional and situational struggle so real you feel like you know these people. Your heart breaks for them and you cheer their successes. What I wish she would pair with this great writing it more dialogue. So many scenes go by in a blink without needed dialogue. So while we are treated to the depth needed to get to know her characters as readers, we are somewhat shorted the experience of her characters getting
Les Joseph
Jan 23, 2016 rated it really liked it
I really enjoyed this book! Alex and Meadow are fabulous together and let's not forget to mention the awesomeness that is Joaquin. Gah, I love that kid! I've been waiting for Alex's story ever since he popped up in the first book, Two of Hearts and he was definitely worth the wait! I loved the dynamic between Meadow and Alex. I also REALLY loved how Christina Lee immersed the story in the Native American culture, I found it fascinating and engaging. The plot was great, the action even better and ...more
Annette Wiley
Jan 27, 2016 rated it it was amazing
This book although filled with uncertainty and danger has a feeling of happiness from the first page. From the first time they see each other, to how they treat each other and the instant bond between Alex and Joaquin you know there is no way they will not make it work.
I loved that this book added the emotions and feelings of a child in this relationship it just made the book even more perfect!
If you've never read Christina Lee you just have to pick one of any of her books and you'll read them a
Ashley - Book Labyrinth
Really lovely!
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**3.5 stars**
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Christina writes romance in different sub-genres, mostly with LGBTQ characters, not only because she's part of the community, but because representation matters, and everyone deserves a happily-ever-after. 

You can find more info on her website: From there you can link to her Facebook reader group as well as her IG account and newsletter.

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