Heath Brandon's mother died when he was barely three years old. His father never spoke about her, or her family. So when her family reaches out to him after his father's death, Heath decides to make the trip to Louisiana to get to know the only family he has left.But he soon learns that there was a lot more to his mother's death than he ever knew...and the beautiful old mansion on the Mississippi River has many secrets, secrets someone would kill to protect.And the key to everything that happened when he was a child just might be hidden in his own memory...
|Publisher:||Bold Strokes Books|
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**I received an ARC of this story in exchange for an honest review** Heath snuck into his dad's home office and found his birth certificate. He found out that the woman who raised him was not his birth mother, whose name was Genevieve and he was born in New Orleans, not Florida, where he'd thought he'd lived his whole life. While waiting to go home from work at the airport, a man approached Heath. His name was Jerry. He wanted to talk to Heath about his birth mom. Also, in her death, she had been a painter. In her death notice, it listed her family members, people Heath had never heard of. They owned a plantation called Chamborb. Heath had always found solace in books, even at a young age. He had always wanted to be a write. Jerry offered to look at his work. Genevieve had killed herself when he was 3. Until then, he had lived in New Orleans. Heath was a good man. He worked so he could go to college. He loved the woman who had raised him. She would always be his mom. He was old-fashioned as far as love went. I liked his character a lot, as well as the other characters in this story. The plot and overall story were great. I highly recommend.