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Publisher's Summary

Winner of a Romantic Times Career Achievement Award, Gwynne Forster was elected into the Affaire de Coeur Hall of Fame for her acclaimed body of work. Her talent for laying bare the complexities of human relationships is evident in this emotional tale of siblings discovering what it means to be a family.
When stingy self-made millionaire and widower Leon Farrell dies, he leaves behind a legacy of family dysfunction - and a missing will. It's soon clear that his three grown children, Edgar, Gunther, and Shirley, don't handle loss well - the possible loss of a fortune, that is. And when Edgar hires a private investigator to track down the will, it's just the beginning of a search that will lead the siblings to re-visit their childhoods, uncover buried secrets, and ultimately learn for themselves what it means to be a family. For as tensions escalate between the brothers - with their peace-keeping sister caught in the middle - an unexpected conflict of interest is brewing that will shock them all - and either bring them closer together or tear them apart for good.
©2010 Gwendolyn Johnson-Acsádi (P)2011 Recorded Books, LLC
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4 out of 5 stars
By Arlena on 10-22-13

When the Sun Goes Down

By: Gwynne Forester

Published By: Dafina

Narrator: Kim Brockington

Age Recommended: Adult

Reviewed By: Arlena Dean

Rating: 4


"When the Sun Goes Down" by Gwynne Forester was a wonderful written novel about the Leon Farrell family. It was the death of Leon Farrell when it all came out about a family that looked good on the outside but when you are able to get inside this, my, my what will we find...a father whose life changed for his family in their treatment after his loss his 'beloved wife.' There were three children, Edgar, the oldest, next their was Gunther and then the baby sister Shirley. We find Edgar was the 'rebel' who lived his life by is own terms only leaving Gunther and Shirley more or less on their own due to the treatment of their father. What was so very important about this read is that from the opening of the story till the very end that there wasn't any love lost between the father and the children. Why was this?

Edgar was a guitarist, Gunther an entrepreneur software designer and Shirley was a PR specialist for a cruise line. The two younger Farrell children had worked their way through college and into successful careers while Edgar, well you will see from the read how he managed. Now, to really understand what all is going on with the Ferrell's you area going to have to pick up this amazing read to see what happens after their father dies and no one can find the will. Who will be really concerned with this... the inheritance? Will they find this well hidden will? Be ready for some mystery, with deep secrets and lies with will be revealed in this drama of many twist and turns. Will the oldest sibling, Edgar finally grow up and stop depending on his brother and sister to help him out of his messed up life? One thing I will note about this novel is that their was love showed toward the brother, Edgar by his siblings. They truly had tried to help him out many, many times. "When The Sun Goes Down" will be a long novel but I feel the author did a good job at presenting it all to her readers the way she did and it was a easy smooth read.

The characters well developed and interesting maybe some I didn't like but that did not take away from the awesome story that was presented. I thought that the 'family dynamics' were very true to life in what could happen when someone loses a 'influential' family member especially when money is involved.

If you are looking for a good family story with a little bit of it all you have come to the right place for "When The Sun Goes Down" will give you some of it all. From death, secrets, lies, love, rape, deceit to's well covered between the book cover. Would I recommend? YES!

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