An intriguing story with wonderful interactions between all the characters. The challenges the hero and heroine face are relatable and the ways they handle them make for an entertaining and often heart-warming tale. By the end the reader knows many of the characters well and will be hoping to visiting them again in future books.

After a 10-year absence, Ethan Barren has returned to Serendipity, NY, to make amends, if possible. His past recklessness destroyed his younger brothers’ lives. Now that he’s back, he buys the Harrington estate. The previous owner is now in jail, and his daughter, Faith Harrington, has returned to town seeking a fresh start of her own. When she opens her own interior design business, Faith’s first job is for Ethan, a job that leads to a lot of time spent with him. Things are heating up, until a surprise arrives on his doorstep that brings him added responsibility and makes his brothers have to interact with him, no matter how they feel toward him personally. (BERKLEY, Sep., 304 pp., $7.99)

Reviewed by: 
Susan Mobley