Hart’s latest has a storyline that seems promising, with an impressive opening, but it quickly deteriorates from there. It takes quite some time for the big “mystery” to be unveiled and when it does surface, it’s a huge letdown. As it moves along at a snail’s pace, this tale about broken families and relationships doesn’t fulfill its promise of romance. Many readers may find Bennett, the heroine’s son, a more favorable character than anyone else in the book because he’s so curious and colorful. Otherwise, fans of Hart may want to pass on this one, as her other works are way better.