A hero who has been accused of murder, a seemingly free-spirited heroine with a few secrets of her own, an old family house complete with secret passages and maybe even buried treasure, a small coastal community, and a supportive family add up to make this just about a perfect beach read or something to curl up with on a rainy afternoon. It brought tears to my eyes and left me feeling happy.
Great book. Really enjoyed it, love Nora's books.
Like most Nora Roberts books, I didn't want this one to end. After plowing through 700 pages in no time at all, I found myself slowing down and trying to make the last fifty-some pages last longer as I'm always completely in love with her characters by then.
This one has it all: mystery, history, humor, suspense, and, of course, romance...
After finishing it, I found myself thanking God in my prayers for Nora Roberts. What would a book lovers' world be without her?