Monday, August 10, 2015

Some summer reading

I've been doing a lot of reading this summer. I just finished this book tonight and I had to share it with you. This author is amazing, adding twists and turns to her stories in the most amazing ways. I've read some of her other books too, but this one is by far the best one yet. I highly recommend it.


Here's a little bit about it...

When Heather Toulson returns to her parents’ cottage in the English countryside, she uncovers long-hidden secrets about her family history and stumbles onto the truth about a sixty-year-old murder.

Libby, a free spirit who can’t be tamed by her parents, finds solace with her neighbor Oliver, the son of Lord Croft of Ladenbrooke Manor. Libby finds herself pregnant and alone when her father kicks her out and Oliver mysteriously drowns in a nearby river. Though theories spread across the English countryside, no one is ever held responsible for Oliver’s death.

Sixty years later, Heather Toulson, returning to her family’s cottage in the shadows of Ladenbrooke Manor, is filled with mixed emotions. She’s mourning her father’s passing but can’t let go of the anger and resentment over their strained relationship. Adding to her confusion, Heather has an uneasy reunion with her first love, all while sorting through her family’s belongings left behind in the cottage. What she uncovers will change everything she thought she knew about her family’s history.

Award-winning author Melanie Dobson seamlessly weaves the past and present together, fluidly unraveling the decades-old mystery and reveals how the characters are connected in shocking ways. 

Set in a charming world of thatched cottages, lush gardens, and lovely summer evenings, this romantic and historical mystery brings to light the secrets and heartaches that have divided a family for generations.



6 comments:

  1. Looks very interesting. I may have to get it from the library.

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  2. Thanks Terry. Always looking for new books. I do like this authors books. Hugs, xx

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  3. Sounds interesting! Would make a cool PBS Master Piece too!! Will look for it later in the Winter.

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  4. I always enjoy your recommendations. Thanks.

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  5. Thanks for the book recommendation. I am always on the look out for a good book.

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  6. Glad your getting some reading in. I also been reading...a lot....but then I always do

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