by Marisa Carroll

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Something odd is going on at Worthington House. Several of the elderly residents have died—but is it of natural causes? Questions multiply as an investigation of these baffling events engrosses America's favorite hometown.


Doctor Jeffrey Baron had been nurse Cecelia Hayes's first love. Now they are thrown together again when the recently widowed Cece returns to Tyler after a ten-year absence.


Jeff and Cece had both been hurt when they parted years ago. But as they work together to determine what's killing the residents of Worthington House, they find themselves drawn to each other…

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ISBN-13: 9781460394663
Publisher: Harlequin
Publication date: 10/19/2015
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 335,095
File size: 300 KB

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Crossroads (Welcome to Tyler #10) 3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
EmScape on LibraryThing More than 1 year ago
Marisa Caroll has been entrusted with two of the most important volumes in this series, and I can't help but think that was a mistake. As if there isn't enough plot line with the romance of Dr. Jeff Baron and Cece Hayes, she also introduces a subplot involving a mercy killer at the nursing home Cece is in charge of. Because of this, much less time is focused on the reconnection of the two former high school sweethearts and the healing from her husband's death and his divorce, and too much on the nursing home mystery and the advancement of Judson's impending indictment for the 40 year old murder of his wife. I feel like I barely know Cece and Jeff, which is sad because I was so looking forward to Jeff's story. There's also a lot of continuity issues involving time and clothing, such as Jeff returning from the hospital wearing jeans and showing up at the nursing home at 7, dealing with a sick patient, going home to go to bed and asking his mom to wake him at 9:30. It seems like it should have been almost 9:30 by then already. Anyhow, this book is only worthwhile if you're making your way through the series, and only because of the developments in Margaret's murder case.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This book was very good. I have read so far the first one in this series and this one. I am starting another one and i am planning on reading the whole series. may be a romance but it is also a mystery. Towards the end of the story about 10 pages before they revealed who was hurting the patients the writer gave a huge hint on who hurt them I figured it ...oh well.. otherwise i really like the book!