I pre-ordered this book for my kindle, based on the fact that i've read almost all of Diane Chamberlain's books, and i love her characters and the way that even a character who may have done something awful can still be likeable. I think that Chamberlain has a good grasp of psychology, and understands human emotions well.
However, i have to say that i was disappointed by this book. I didn't ever empathise with the main character, the 'good father'- i thought that he was irresponsible, and his actions could have been disasterous. I never really got to understand him, and thought that he never really seemed like a real character to me.
I liked the storyline, and i did like the character of Erin, although i found her sudden change of heart later in the story strange and not really true to character. I liked her story though.
There were also just too many co-incidences within the story that just didn't flow right or make sense to me.
I didn't dislike this book, but i would not read it again. I hope Diane Chamberlain's next novel is more like her past books again.