Louise and her father were a closely knit unit. After the devastating loss of her mother, Louise has now found
her niche in the literary world of editing and is on the cusp of her dream job.
When a long lost uncle calls up to inform her of the death of her grandmother, who has in her will left "something"
for her Emily does not think the something is as huge as an impeccable Victorian mansion along with a literary inheritance
which is slightly different from the norm.
Louise has contradictory feelings for her inheritance especially since her father is totally opposed to her staying on
in Cascata and wants her to just leave. She feels a tie to the house and to the literary side left to her and this is
what keeps her rooted there.
For Louise, there are many unanswered questions and the family in Cascata feel that it is not their place to enlighten
her as to what went wrong. She has to somehow discover it for herself and in the process then take a decision as to her
future. The mix of reality and surreal is a strange mix, something I am not very fond of in reading but it was very
appropriate to this particular story.
The descriptiveness of the area, the house itself which sounded so beautiful added to the story itself. And the ending tied it all together!
Sent by Sweet Lemon Press LLC for an unbiased review, courtesy of Netgalley.