Legal Tender is a story that has all of the elements I have come to expect of an Andrew Grey story and especially of the Art Series - a little mystery, finding love around a not entirely unexpected corner, characters with issues (major and minor), and treating all of the above with grace.
I really liked the story overall and the story that was passed down to Timothy from his Grandfather, to say nothing of finding the legal aspects involved intriguing (I come from a background as a Legal Studies major in university) in this story in particular and the series as a whole.
About the only "complaint" I have, as such, is that I wish the story was longer (although perfect in its length as it is).
Look forward to reading more in the future.
An Art Series novel
Timothy left home when he was eighteen to get away from his reckless mother, but he never stopped visiting his grandfather, who taught him what love was all about. Now that Grampy has passed away, Timothy finds that the old man's legacy is everything Timothy has dreamed of—and more.
Inside the house Timothy loves so much is a cache of coins with historical value… and a mystery, because one of them isn’t supposed to exist. In memory of his grandfather, Timothy sets out to make sure that the mystery and the coins are given their due honor. In his quest to keep the government from confiscating his grandfather’s legacy, he meets Joiner, whose interest in Timothy is as clear and open as Timothy is guarded. There are things about Timothy's life and his past he doesn't want anyone to know, not even the kind man who is helping him with the complications of legal tender.