Genre: Romantic Suspense | Women’s Fiction
Publication on 1-April-2015 by Berkley
I want to be able to write like Nora Roberts someday. There you have it. I have confessed. And in the meantime, I am relishing her book.
Like all her books (that I’ve read) she has vividly described the places in this book that you can see the place in the eyes of your mind.
You’ll find in Nora’s interviews that she likes all her characters to be good looking, and why not, they are hers to create. And true to her style the characters are all good looking. The secondary characters were created well, and the subplots were engaging and added substance to the main characters.
The suspense begins with the every first chapter when Shelby is faced with the truth about her dead husband. And as the story progress, you get to know that it’s only the tip of the iceberg. Starting over in her small town has it’s own challenges.
If you are looking for a book with wonderful characters, a balance of romance and suspense, a captivating storyline set in a beautiful setting, look no further.
My rating is 4 stars.
Other books by Nora Roberts.
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Shelby Foxworth lost her husband. Then she lost her illusions …
The man who took her from Tennessee to an exclusive Philadelphia suburb left her in crippling debt. He was an adulterer and a liar, and when Shelby tracks down his safe-deposit box, she finds multiple IDs. The man she loved wasn’t just dead. He never really existed.
Shelby takes her three-year-old daughter and heads south to seek comfort in her hometown, where she meets someone new: Griff Lott, a successful contractor. But her husband had secrets she has yet to discover. Even in this small town, surrounded by loved ones, danger is closer than she knows—and threatens Griff, as well. And an attempted murder is only the beginning …