Can three generations survive a winter week together in a Mexican paradise?
In the fourth book in this series we find Zoe Morton with her husband Wesley at an exclusive Mexican resort. It was meant to be a relaxing week in them sun with no worries but an unexpected encounter with Wesley’s revered professor opens up a can of worms and the private couple are drawn into the drama with unexpected results.
Book four in the new Seven Days series from Ruth Hay! There are six other stories to discover!
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Everyone has problems she needs to resolve! The protagonist invites some friends for a week so they can spend some time together and get reacquainted. She's terribly upset when one friend comes late and, then, falls asleep because they didn't get to talk. Then, the next morning, she sends her friend off by herself to tour the town by herself! There are too many people to keep up with. I found the book rather boring and didn't finish it. The book wasn't very well thought out. This author is a teacher at a college. (Rogers University in London, Ontario?). She needs to review the use of commas and grammar. There Is one grammatical error on p. 545 and two on p. 551. She doesn't know when to add the word, "that," either. I hope that she doesn't teach English.