Brook Eden was always presumed to be the illegitimate daughter of an actress. When it appears that she may be the lost daughter of an Englishman and heiress to the fortune, Brook ventures onto English soil to meet the family she has never known. But she soon uncovers disturbing stories that turn her fairy-tale dream into a Gothic nightmare.
This book’s summary captivated me from the beginning. So much that I was on edge wanting to read it. But when I finally popped the pages open a wave of disappointment washed over me. The writing style just wasn’t connecting with my addled brain and the characters did not make any impression on me. I normally love stories by this author but this one wasn’t a favorite. I hope to come back to it again in the future and maybe come away with a different opinion (so many readers loved it!), but for now it takes a backseat on the bookshelf.
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