This romance novel is well written and well edited. If the book has a fault it is the head hopping engaged in by the author. As the point of view changes frequently it is distracting figuring out who is doing what and which thoughts are theirs.
The plot is intriguing and ends with a twist. Though I must admit that it was easy to figure out what would happen. I am not saying anything more because I don’t want this review to be a spoiler.
The characters are a mixed bag. My favorite is Todd, a sexy man with a bad boy reputation. Two of the sisters are drama queens, and behave like brats at times. And they are old enough to know better. Luke starts out as a wimp, but by the end he has grown a pair.
The setting is not well described. Probably because Roberts has placed other novels in the same location, she feels it is not necessary to introduce readers to the town. But since all her books are complete novels, a reader can begin with any of them. When that happens the reader doesn’t have the description from the earlier novels to fall back on.
All in all, I must say I enjoyed this book in spite of the head hopping POV and the poor setting description. I am looking forward to reading the next book in the series, The Lodge on Holly Road, scheduled to be released on October 28, 2014