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  • Very enjoyable story with a slight mystery

    I was initially drawn to this book because the story was was said to be similar to Lucinda Riley, one of my favourite authors, but the lovely cover helped too! This is the second book in the series and even though I haven't read the first one I don't think it detracted too much from the story, itjust made me want to go back and read about the first sister's story. Eve is one of three sisters whose mother was the famous movie star Jillian Croft and their father a famous acting coach. But years after her death they discover that actually she couldn't have been their biological mother as she couldn't have children, but their father is their real father. This book is about Eve, the middle sister, a budding architect stuck in a rut in a boring job, and a relationship she's not sure she wants to be in anymore, who decides to throw caution to the wind and accept an independent job designing a cottage for her step-mother's best friend on Washington Island. Whilst there she ends up helping a runaway trying to get up the courage to speak to her biological father who lives there, and slowly gets to know Shelley, the taciturn lady she is designing the cottage for - and there is more to both stories than initially thought, one secret completely unexpected. The story is set mainly in the current time, but has snippets of Jillian's diary throughout showing us her feelings and how she came to be mother to three daughters when she couldn't conceive. A very enjoyable story with some interesting characters and a slight mystery running through it. I look forward to the next in this series, and will be going back to read the first book too. A really good read.

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