Friday, July 7, 2017

Come Sundown by Nora Roberts

Come Sundown by Nora Roberts - 466 pages

Bo's family has always been haunted by the aunt who ran away nearly 30 years ago and was never seen again.  It's the elephant in the room that is very rarely ever acknowledged.  It's been assumed that she ran off as she just didn't care enough about her family.  Turns out they've always thought wrong.  She's been captive for almost that entire time.  But now, she's escaped.  The only problem is that the man she escaped from is still out there . . . and he's hunting for a new wife.

This book reminded me quite strongly of one of Nora Roberts' earlier books -- Montana Sky.  While a lot of it was the landscape and setting of the book, there were also a lot of similarities between the families in the stories and the reasoning behind the villain.  Still, I enjoyed the book.  It was a good read and one I would definitely recommend to others.

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