“This book is not a supernatural or paranormal romance. It should be in the romantic suspense category. So, the title, tags, and cover art are misleading.
I really think this book was written in the 1980's and re-worked to fit into present day. The book was published in 2006. There is mention of ipods and other current day devices, but the plot was like so many novels published in the eighties.
The premise had some promise, but it veered of course, and IMO , derailed.
Olivia stands to inherit a piece of property and some money, but has to return to a summer cottage and stay there for a month. Right away she discovers that the single worst thing that ever happened to her, the stillbirth of her child, was in fact, a lie. She finds out her ex- boyfriend and father of the child has been raising the girl alone.
Not only that, someone wants Olivia out of the way.
Reactions to these mindblowing revelations were subdued, other characters were over the top, and I have never seen so many selfish, immature adults. The children mirrored the adult's behavior times ten.
Zach was a terrible parent, Olivia was bland, their child was a brat, and the folks in Blueberry needed to look up the term "inner beauty" in the dictionary, because I don't think any of them had clue what that term meant.”