Ever since a devastating family tragedy 17 years ago, Grace Bighill has struggled to keep her remaining family from falling apart. Then the discovery of her mother's body in the woods unearths a connection to a decades-old murder case, and Grace is dragged into a politician's bitter bid for revenge.
Constable Mike Davenport's days in Aspen Lake are numbered. He's ready to take his next step up the career ladder somewhere a lot more cosmopolitan. He's avoided any emotional attachments, despite having fallen hard for a certain stubborn local. But when a body turns up, Mike's careful intentions collapse in the face of Grace's grief and her exhaustive efforts to care for her family.
A search for answers leads Grace and Mike down a twisted path proving no one can escape their roots. But someone might die trying.
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Enough suspense to have you sit down and pay attention
This is a small town with secrets and loyalty toward its own. The town gossips but rallies when necessary. It is also about caring for family while neglecting that which is important to the caregiver. But when a man from away challenges the expected with possibilities, many beliefs are challenged for love. The narrator brings this story to life.