Deeper Than Need
If one doesn’t look too closely, Madison appears to be a typical US small town; everyone knows each other and there is no such thing as a secret. However, all is not as it seems. There is something sinister going on just below the surface, and it all centers around the Frampton House. The house Trinity Ewing just bought, thinking it would be a haven for her and her son after leaving their troubles behind in New York. Noah knew the minute he laid eyes on Trinity that she was what he had been waiting his entire life for. Luckily, she feels the same way, but the history of the Frampton House threatens to destroy them just as they have finally found each other.
There are some very interesting characters in this book. Some we get to know on a first name basis and others remain a mystery on the last page. The multiple points of view give readers insight into the very vague storyline, but not enough to actually know what is going on. The lack of resolution or definitive answers might encourage some to continue the series but the stop and go pace of the plot will be a deterrent for others.
|Page Count||400 pages|
|Publisher||St. Martin's Paperbacks|
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