My rating: 4 of 5 stars
Once again, I was sucked into the town of Fool’s Gold, reminded, again, of how much I love Susan Mallery’s little worlds that she creates.
But again, I dealt with walk-ins. Does NO ONE in this town know how to knock? Or lock a door, or something.
I loved seeing Evie and her mother re-develop their relationship, as well as Evie’s relationships with her brothers.
It was a good read, but felt rushed in parts, and a little disjointed.
And I’m sorry, but no jealousy that I read when the radio owner started, pretty much, hitting on Evie? That … just didn’t feel natural. SOMETHING should have happened.