With the bushels of time they spent organizing their wedding, Meg and Seth didn't have a chance to plan a honeymoon. But now that winter has arrived, there's not much to do at the orchard. So with their shared love of history and all things apple, they pick Thomas Jefferson's orchards at Monticello as the perfect getaway.
While they enjoy the beautiful sights, there's a rotten addition to the agenda when Meg's parents discover their handyman dead in the backyard. With a bitter police chief eyeing Meg's father as a suspect, Meg and Seth have to cut their honeymoon short to find the root of the problem.
©2016 Sheila Connolly (P)2016 Tantor
The last book was a bit of a disappointment. However this one is pretty good. Meg is very introspective, but, the story is believable and interesting. Marguerite Gavin is a great narrator and livens up everything she reads. She is one of my favorite narrators.
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