Rachel has come home for the first time in five years to take of her mother, Addie, who is sick with Alzheimer’s disease. She finds that Bryan is already living in the house, looking for ghosts. Sparks fly and within 12 hours they are in love. Although the focus is the love story, the relationship between Rachel and Addie is the most interesting. There is a mystery thrown in, but not one that really mattered.
I started reading this a few months ago and completely lost interest, but for whatever reason decided I would finish it. This book is sickeningly sweet, and not in a good way. It seemed to repeat the same thoughts and feelings without much new to add. I really enjoy Tami Hoag’s mysteries, but this is the first and maybe last of her romances I will read (unless of course I have another one hiding in that huge stack of books in my kitchen).