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On a tiny island in a ramshackle beach house, Meg, an heiress, is hiding from her family's dubious past. Her true love, Evan, died 30 years ago in a storm at sea, or so she thought. Did her father really have her lover killed, and if so, does everyone on the island know about it but Meg?  

Alex is determined to win Meg over, and if that means befriending her son, Jon, he's game. Although, with his past history with women, he wonders why he even tries. After all, he's just a starving artist with little to offer her.  

Now that Alex has warmed her heart again, Meg realizes she has friends who care and a life outside her garden. But in order to enjoy it, she must first figure out who is blackmailing her.

©2015 Peggy Chambers (P)2018 Peggy Chambers

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I own the book and love it so I was excited to hear the audio version. I was very displeased with the narrating. Unlike the book it lacked flow and professionalism making it difficult to listen to.

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Poorly done audio version

I had great hopes for this one since the author is from my home state. The cover art is lovely; and the story line sounded interesting; but the audio is very amateurish. And the audio editing is even poorer. There is a place where there are several seconds of what sounds like paper shuffling, another place where it sounds like a flushing toilet, and yet another place where my imagination is at a loss to explain the noise. I never thought I would say this, but this reader would recommend the ebook with a good text-to-speech engine instead of this audiobook.