Could an historic house hold the key to their happiness?
The small seaside town of Rivers End is abuzz with the upcoming wedding of Christie Ryan and local artist, Martin, to be held at historic Palmerston House. Once home to Christie’s ancestors but lost in a poker game in the 1850s, it’s now an inviting bed and breakfast.
When a stranger arrives to stay at Palmerston House and starts asking disturbing questions around town, Christie begins to wonder about the history of the house. Do the locals know more than they are letting on and is someone hiding something?
Christie decides to do some investigating of her own, determined to uncover the true story behind the house’s ownership. But it turns out she’s not the only one with suspicions and searching for the truth can be a dangerous pastime . . .
On the day Christie and Martin expect to walk down the aisle, will powerful forces from the past conspire to ruin their perfect wedding day? The key to their future may lie in untangling long forgotten secrets.
The Secrets of Palmerston House will take you on a journey to the past and back, where enduring friendships warm the heart, a sad goodbye brings a new start, and the power of true love shines.
A lot more information in this book about the legacy of Palmerston House. I enjoyed it very much and the special HEA I’ve been waiting for.
A jasmin sea
Love this author. This was a compelling page turner.
I have read three in the series and on to the next.
It is 3 am! Need I say more!
The Secrets of Palmerston House
When I reached this line in the book—
“It sounds like Rivers End is filled with love stories.”
—I had to laugh, as that’s exactly what I had been thinking throughout. Lovely love stories, humorous banter and a twisty-turny mystery combine for another sweet story.
I would have given this book 5 stars, but there were too many typos. I feel that, when we are purchasing these books, they should be free of mistakes. That said, I still enjoyed the story immensely.