"Masters only did two seascapes before his hand was crushed."
David and Emma Thomas have reached the end of the road. Only one thing is preventing them from parting ways: a painting they bought on honeymoon. Priceless to both of them, the only solution seems to be to find the second of the elusive Masters' seascapes and each carry away a piece of the past.
Will an impromptu road trip set them free once and for all?
I like Donna Brown's writing. This is the second of her books that I've read, and I enjoyed both of them. I think she has good insight into the characters' motivations and hangups, and she makes them seem very sympathetic even though they're flawed people. I can't stand perfect characters. They're boring, but Brown's hero and heroine have their issues.
I expected a road trip to bring them back together, but I had no idea of the suspense that's woven into the story. The road trip may have gotten them together, but there are other more malignant forces at work in their lives.
And the ending... It was very satisfying.
I'd give her 5 stars for this one, and I do recommend it to you.
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