When Miss Edi passes away, she leaves Joce all her worldly possessions, including an 18th-century house and a letter with clues to a mystery that began in 1941. In the letter, Miss Edi also mentions that she has found the perfect man for Joce -- a handsome young lawyer. Joce is shocked to learn that the mystery, the house, and the future love of her life are all in Edilean, a small town in Virginia that Miss Edi never told her about. Hurt that the woman who meant so much to her kept so many secrets, Jocelyn moves to this tight-knit village in an attempt to understand the legacy that has been left to her. As she begins to dig into Miss Edi's mystery, she soon discovers some shocking surprises about her family's history and her own future -- and she meets a man with his own mysterious past.
©2009 Jude Deveraux; (P)2009 Simon and Schuster
I love Jude Deveraux and this is a great book, however the person reading was not the best... she gave no distinction in her voice between charaters, half the time I wasn't sure who was talking, she was very blah.. very disappointed in the audiobook
YET ANOTHER GREAT BOOK BY JUDE DEVERAUX. CAN'T WAIT TO READ 'DAYS OF GOLD'. THIS WAS THE BEST OF ALL OF THE JUDE DEVERAUX BOOKS. I HAVE READ EACH AND EVERY ONE OF THEM AND ALWAYS ANXIOUSLY AWAIT HER NEXT BOOK. THANKS FOR SUCH A WONDERFUL BOOK.
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