Wolff gives readers a multidimensional story in the first of her contemporary series set in Sierra Falls, Calif. Tense mystery, family drama and a rocking romance are set in a picturesque small mountain town with a seasoned history, strong memorable characters and a tale with a twist.
Sorrow Bailey takes to responsibility like a duck to water, it’s why she’s run the family lodge without help since her dad’s stroke while she put her dreams aside. The only one of three siblings to stay, she shoulders much without question and little complaint but when “accidents” start happening Sorrow turns to the new sheriff for help.
Sheriff Billy Preston is new to the Falls, he’s nursing a loss that he never thought he’d recover from. But then he meets Sorrow and those certain feelings return. He’s bent on investigating her accidents because he thinks they’re deliberate acts and the more he’s around her the deeper his need for her becomes. Can he keep her safe or will his tragic past repeat itself? (BERKLEY SENSATION, Apr., 320 pp,. $7.99)