Interesting story...somewhat complicated. This book has a ration of 2-3 bad guys for every good one. Compelling read, worth the time.
Set on the Caribbean island of St. Margaret, this mystery has likeable (and unlikeable, but always compelling) characters, romance, several interweaving plots, and even a little bit of voodoo. I couldn't put it down!
FROM THE PUBLISHER
Two paintings of sunflowers wind up on a Caribbean island one a priceless original Van Gogh, the other a clever fake.
Zoe Marton is positive the painting her grandfather brought her back to the States after World War I is the authentic Van Gogh. Bill Blue is equally sure that the one his grandmother bought from the World War II veteran who "liberated" it is the real thing. And the art expert who knew which was which has been brutally murdered.
With both paintings in the possession of mogul Simon Van Biers, Zoe and Billy don't know what story to believe or who to trust including each other. Should Billy listen to the old voodoo priestess who warns him of treachery? Can Zoe risk trusting her heart to the charming rodeo start, knowing that Billy might be romancing her just to hedge his bet? Or should they band together, hoping to find safety and success in numbers?
With the risk of danger escalating and the prize slipping from their grasp, only one thing is certain nobody gives up a Van Gogh without a fight.
Priceless original or fabulous fake? Only an art appraiser knows for sure -- and he's deader than Vincent Van Gogh. Tho paintings of the famous sunflowers ended up on a Caribbean Island. When Billy Blue arrivess claiming to own the original Van Gogh, things get really interesting. Especially since art expert, Zoe Marton, also claims to own the painting. This is a game of cat and mouse, with a voodoo priestess, a hit man and a crazy playboy thrown into the mix.