More than half a century later, garden designer Addison takes up residence at the manor, now owned by the family of her husband, Rex. The couple’s shared passion for mysteries is fueled by the enchanting camellia orchard and an old gardener’s notebook. Yet its pages hint at dark acts ingeniously concealed. If the danger that Flora once faced remains very much alive, will Addison share her fate?
I love this book. Oh course, I love all Sarah Jio's books and she is totally one of my favorite authors of all time. Seriously. Her novels get better and better. I am a true lover of Historical Fiction and Romance. She weaves the two together beautifully in all her novels.
I loved the character of Addison and of Flora. Both had secrets and both were believable and like able. The setting was described in a way that you felt you like had been there before and I was unable to put the book down. I had to go to sleep about half way through and literally dreamed about the characters. That my friends, is a perfect book in my mind. The kind that you are upset to see end.
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