Tracey Garvis Graves—and Anna and T.J.—return in this companion novella to the New York Times bestseller On the Island.
When twenty-three-year-old dot-com millionaire Owen Sparks walked away from his charmed life, he had one goal in mind: get as far away as possible from the people who resented his success, or had their hand out for a piece of it. A remote uncharted island halfway around the world seemed like a perfectly logical place to get away from it all.
Calia Reed wasn't part of Owen's plans. The beautiful British girl—on holiday in the Maldives with her brother, James—made Owen wonder if getting away from it all might be a lot more enjoyable with a carefree girl who didn't know anything about the life he left behind.
But Owen had no idea how much his carefully detailed plans would go awry. Nor did he realize that a decision he made would have such a catastrophic effect on two passengers who boarded a plane in Chicago.
And when Owen shows up at Anna and T.J.'s door with an incredible story to tell, everyone involved will learn just how much their lives are intertwined.
Uncharted includes an early look at Covet, coming September 2013
Nice little epilogue
Not only that, but it also answers some questions regarding what Anna and T.J. discovered while on the island, namely the skeleton they found, and what were the circumstances that caused them to take that plane to the Maldives, as well as the part their late pilot Mick played, and how Owen’s story figured into this whole thing.
And we still get a chance to see Anna and TJ live out their HEA with them even offering to help Owen in whatever way they can.
In all, it’s a great companion piece to “On The Island”, one that helps clear up everything and leads Owen to where he is able to move forward with a much lighter heart.
What a great follow up to On The Island. Found it by luck and glad I did.
Great follow up
I was upset when On the Island ended I actually read it twice because I wanted more. This novella is a nice follow up I read it in one night. The author is a great story teller. If you loved On the Island as much as I did I feel you will enjoy this follow up story.