Top positive review
Light and Easy to read, for when you want to lose yourself for a few fun hours.
on 2 November 2015
We're back on St Helen's and this time the main characters are Zinnia and Nick. I particularly liked Nick, he was the sort of man that appeals to me. Confident and careless of others opinions of him. I loved his tacky decor, his authority and total beleif that he could buy himself respectability. As usual with Ms Krentz there is a mystery to resolve, threats and danger, and a wide cast of extra's, including some from the previous book in this mini-series. The writer has really given a sense of time and place and as usual the characters are well rounded, with individual personalities whilst not getting away from the basic romantic tropes. Light and easy to read, great for when you want to lose yourself for a few hours and don't want to have to concentrate too much. A nice book, that leaves a nice feeling