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About the Book


In June of 1985, Caroline Painter’s uncle whisks her away from her island home at Painter Place to film an art video in the harbor village of Mevagissey. But instead of clearing her head, the young artist becomes entangled in adventure on the English Channel when she influences a rock star’s contract and the media launches her into fame. When she returns home, she discovers a shattering secret that makes her question everything in her life. Can she trust the only one who says he understands?


About the Author

Pamela Poole’s love for the South inspires all her books and paintings. She has written three novels and two short stories that take place on the fictional island in the Painter Place Saga, and she will launch the fourth book in 2019. Pamela is a member of American Christian Fiction Writers and various author and artist organizations. She and her husband Mark live in Raleigh, North Carolina.



My Review


The book starts with Caroline being upset with Chris leaving. Next thing we know she is dating Chad. He is trying to learn her trust. Will he be able to get her to trust him?

I did have trouble relating to the characters and the book. It doesn’t mean someone else will not. I almost didn’t finish the book but kept reading to see how it ended. There are some excellent reviews on the book. I recommend reading all about the book. Then read the book for yourself.
I did really like Chad. He knew what he wanted — determined to get Caroline to marry him. 

I received a complimentary copy of the book from Celebrate Lit. This review is my own opinion.



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