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*Starred Review* Despite what his grandmother might believe, Boston attorney Eli Landon doesn’t need a keeper. Eli had come home to Bluff House, his grandmother’s home on Whiskey Beach, to put his life back together. Although he had been cleared of murdering his wife, Lindsay, in Boston over a year ago, some people still believe that where there is smoke, there is fire. All Eli wants to do is get away and put in some serious time working on his novel. But when he arrives at Bluff House, he discovers his grandmother has asked her neighbor, housecleaner/yoga instructor/jewelry maker/massage therapist Abra Walsh, not only to take care of her house, but also to look after Eli. Eli attempts to keep Abra at arm’s length, but she gradually wears down his resistance with her home-cooked meals and kind words. What’s more, Abra firmly believes Eli is innocent, and, with her help, Eli sets out to finally clear his name, and not only for himself. With its compelling characters and irresistible plot, this is a perfect synthesis of romance and suspense, guaranteed to keep Roberts’ fans up long past their bedtimes. HIGH-DEMAND BACKSTORY: As the sole author of more than 200 novels, Roberts knows a thing or two about writing page-turning romances, and Whiskey Beach’s number-one spot on best-seller lists is a sure bet. --John Charles
"America's favorite writer."
—The New Yorker
Just loved the feel and of this book and all the characters that made you wonder who was behind all the dirty deedsPublished 1 day ago by Anne Broederdorf
It was thrilling from start to finish I have read a whole lot of books but this one was one of the bestPublished 1 day ago by terry l court
Started well but became repetetive and lost steam at the end. Also, Abra was not a believable character and grew tiresome as story unfoldedPublished 1 day ago by MarleneNaratil
Started interestingly enough but became a marathon, at least for me..........just drug on and on and on. Very much a 'chick book', which I don't say negatively, i.e. Read morePublished 1 day ago by Ken Grace