This is the first book in the Enright Series. A series about the three Enright siblings, Nick, Zoey and Georgia. This is Nick's story.
India Devlin has left her childhood home to pursue her passion. She's an assistant district attorney in Paloma, Pennsylvania. She has made it her life's work to put away as many of the bad guys as she can. Only returning home to Devlin's Light for short visits.
Until her brother, Ry is found murdered at the base of the stairs in the lighthouse that the town is named after. Ry was found by his best friend Nick Enright.
Nick is determined to find out what happened to Ry. He offers his assistance to India. Nick was the only one who heard Ry's mysterious last words. Together they start to put together what happened on the night that Ry was lured out to the lighthouse, and who might be behind the murder. Nick also doesn't mind spending as much time with the lovely India as he can. He has been attracted to her since the very first time he saw her.
To complicate matters, Ry has left behind his six year old step daughter, Corri. Corri's mother, Ry's wife was killed two years earlier in a boating accident. Now the child is left alone. Leaving India with a choice, ignore the child's need and continue on with her demanding career three hours away from Corri, and Nick. Or rethink the direction her life should be heading. Coming home for India means facing a demon she left behind years ago.
I like this series. This book started out a bit slow. It takes a long time to establish the story and the characters. It picks up the pace when they start getting into the mystery aspect. It was a nice love story, with an unexpected twist thrown in at the end.