The family of Adam Nichols show up in Frederickport when Marie ends up in a nursing home with a broken hip.
Yet unlike Adam, who is trying to get his grandmother home, the new arrivals are more concerned with selling off her assets and keeping her in the questionable facility.
While Danielle tries to help her dear friend, she begins wondering, maybe not having a family has its good points after all. And it’s not just Marie’s family causing problems, Walt’s distant cousin begins making his own demands.
This installment of Danielle was very good. The story is pretty sad to say the least about a character that’s been in the series since the beginning. The way the story is in every page had my eyes glued to what’s happening. Overall, I really enjoyed this story from beginning to end and it’s worthy re-reading again.