It' s been thirteen years since Lucy Sheridan was in Summer River. The last time she visited her Aunt Sara there, as a teenager, she' d been sent home suddenly after being dragged out of a wild party-- by the guy she had a crush on, just to make it more embarrassing. Obviously Mason Fletcher-- only a few years older but somehow a lot more of a grown-up-- was the overprotective type who thought he had to come to her rescue. Now, returning after her aunt' s fatal car accident, Lucy is learning there was more to the story than she realized at the time. Mason had saved her from a very nasty crime that night-- and soon afterward, Tristan, the cold-blooded rich kid who' d targeted her, disappeared mysteriously, his body never found. A lot has changed in thirteen years. Lucy now works for a private investigation firm as a forensic genealogist, while Mason has quit the police force to run a successful security firm with his brother-- though he still knows his way around a wrench when he fills in at his uncle' s local hardware store. Even Summer River has changed, from a sleepy farm town into a trendy upscale spot in California' s wine country. But Mason is still a protector at heart, a serious (and seriously attractive) man. And when he and Lucy make a shocking discovery inside Sara' s house, and some of Tristan' s old friends start acting suspicious, Mason' s quietly fierce instincts kick into gear. He saved Lucy once, and he' ll save her again. But this time, she insists on playing a role in her own rescue.
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not a bad story but the narrator was awful, Amanda Leigh Cobb - worst narrator ever ..Please never use her again/
Great book, the narrator a little off
Jayne Ann Krentz is, as always, a wonderful writer and this book is in keeping with all her work. I enjoyed the return to a traditional setting but still look forward to further paranormal stories. The only negative is narrator made little or no difference between the heroin's and hero's voice.
It’s nice to see her return to her pre-paranormal style of books. My only complaint is that the male and female narration needs to be a little more defined.