#1 New York Times best-selling author Sherryl Woods returns listeners to the beloved Southern town of Trinity Harbor with a story of second chances and finding love in unexpected places
How could the sensible daughter of Trinity Harbor's self-proclaimed patriarch have taken in the boy caught hot-wiring her car? Whether the boy is a modern-day Huck Finn or not, Trinity Harbor is in an uproar. But for Daisy Spencer, guiding the orphaned 10-year-old is easy, an escape from her own tragic past. She can ignore the town's nay-saying. The only real obstacle is...that man.
That man is the boy's uncle, Walker Ames, a tough DC cop who sees his unexpected nephew as his last chance at redemption. Soon he's commuting to the charming fishbowl of a town, where everyone assumes he's seduced Daisy - their best Sunday-school teacher! But to Walker, Daisy is a disconcerting mix of charming innocence and smart-mouthed excitement in a town that's not as sleepy as it looks.
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too much discriptive sex
- Sharon J.
This story was implausible. School bus drivers that gather to smoke cigarettes before the students get on the bus? A cop that pulls a 10 year old off the street to interrogate him with no parent or other adult present? The story felt dated and in strong need of better research by the author.
I will not listen to another book narrated by Megan Tusing. There is no shame in having a speech impediment, but I'm thinking there are plenty of narrators available who don't have one. And okay, the southern female voices were not so hard to listen to with the lisp, but when the tough DC cop lisps ... it's intolerable. Done with this series and definitely done with this narrator.