After years of independence, Cameron has to learn to live with his brothers again, while he struggles with cooking, cleaning, and caring for a difficult boy. Old rivalries and new resentments flare between Cameron and his brothers, but they try to put aside their differences for Seth's sake.
In the end, a social worker, as tough as she is beautiful, will decide Seth's fate. She has the power to bring the Quinns together - or tear them apart...
©2008 Nora Roberts; (P)2008 Brilliance Audio, Inc.
The setting and the fit of the story with the Maryland Shore.
When Cal tells Anna that his father's bequest is his brother. Families are based on love not blood necessary.
The scenes between Cal and his father.
A family that stands together without one common gene.
And then it ended. I was still reading and thought the story was still going to wind down and it was all gone! A lovely read, I just wanted it to carry on.
A lovely story of family (and men) pulling together. Can't wait for the 2nd one.
This was a great book that drew me into the series... it was enjoyed way too fast!
The Quinns are an interesting group of people and a clear picture that sometimes famlies are more than those born with your blood.
how the brothers truly loved one another
when the ghost of the father appears
'who didn't know from the get-go that the Social worker and Cameron were going to become involved...
Not focusing on relationships that revolve around an overly aggressive lead male.
Nope. I generally love Nora Roberts' writing, but this one was very disappointing.
It was a challenging story to narrate with three brothers, but he did a good job. The special effects used for the father's voice were just weird and creepy.
Look at a different Nora Roberts title instead of this one.
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