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But beyond the basic romance between British native Dee Campbell and American resident Milo Phillips that sets the stage? Oh, my. Prepare yourself for a rich tapestry of conflicting emotions in a large cast of characters who may not always be who you think they are. There is, of course, romance. Yes. You can certainly count on that. But can we also spell deceit? Betrayal? Jealousy? Possibly obsession? And that’s just for starters—all carefully concealed beneath longings that would otherwise seem quite ordinary until you’ve stripped away the basic premise of everyday love between a man and a woman.
Mmm . . . it’s tempting to tell you what happens before and after Dee and Milo marry. It’s tempting to reveal some of the potentially manipulative tactics (or are they?) between friends, lovers, and cousins who may or may not be rivals. However, I’ve never been one for spoilers and I won’t tell you how this second marriage for both of them upends and then develops further along an uncharted course that will change them both and others along the way. That’s for you to decide.
I will tell you this, though: If you enjoy any kind of novel that doesn’t have a predictable outcome, then Adele Archer’s second novel in the series will satisfy. Actually, it’ll do more than that. It will quite likely make it difficult to put the book aside at the end of a chapter. So don’t. Learn for yourself why American Cousins might just have less to do with geography than with tortured matters of the heart.