This book felt like a movie playing out in my head. It was so easy to visualize the scenes and the character interactions. I love when that happens. And isn't the cover so pretty? I love it.
Elaine has been publicly humiliated, her family disgraced. They move from London to Havencross in Cornwall. There Elaine has to face not only her buried feelings of loss for her brother, but the love she left behind- Gareth.
Gareth is a steady sort of man. Strong. I loved him.
This book was an excellent mixture of mystery, intrigue and romance. I loved how the mystery played out and how the book built in intensity. So very good!
Content: mild violence, death
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