Opening this book, it’s like walking into a friend’s family home and getting all caught up. Fisher has created an excellent cast of characters for readers to enjoy.
The conflicts are pretty interesting. I don’t want to detail them here, however, because I don’t want to spoil the fun for potential readers. But I will say that the author keeps a good level of suspense, not revealing exactly what is wrong right away.
Another feature of this book is that the story takes place on an island. The island has plenty going on, and needs a lot of work for it to be the kind of destination and liveable community people will want both to visit and to settle.
This is the second book in this series, I also read the first one. Good enough to come back for more, that’s for sure! The Grayson family, with 3 daughters, has many problems, issues, romances, and interesting quirks. Enough to keep you turning pages in order to learn the outcomes.