Finally out of the celebrity spotlight and away from her mother's demands, Cilla is free to do what she loves: fixing up houses for profit. But her current project is personal. The Shenandoah Valley farm house was once the vacation home of Hollywood luminary Janet Hardy, Cilla's grandmother.When Cilla uncovers a stash of her grandmother's private letters, and begins asking questions about the past, she becomes the target of a crazed killer who's determined to keep family secrets buried no matter what the cost.More
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Fine if you like building houses
- Tina Kemp
Everyone is slightly too good to be true
Over-written, over-long, predictable
Not sure I'm going to get there.......And I have greatly enjoyed two other books by this author
Her ability to mimic gentle Southern accents is unprecedented - and she can give specific characteristics to each person in the story.
Too repetitious for that.
This is the third Nora Roberts I've read and will probably be the last, as her female characters are all beginning to seem the same: dominating, courageous, independent; and her men are all just too good to be true. Her characters needs some human flaws!!
- NH Stevens