Justice must prevail…Aiden Connelly has settled in to life in Avalon and is developing a reputation as an attorney who will fight for the truth … no matter what enemies he makes along the way. …whatever the cost.But when he is asked to look into the tragic death of an old friend ten years before, Aiden is drawn back to his hometown of Greensburg, the town he eagerly fled as a teenager. As the ghosts from Aiden’s past resurface, and new dilemmas rise up to challenge him in Avalon, Aiden begins to wonder if everything he holds true has been built on lies.
About the Author
Carys Jones loves nothing more than to write and create stories which ignite the reader's imagination.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
This is the third book in the Avalon series and even though the characters are the same, the stories are all so different which keeps it interesting. My only complaint with this book and the reason I did not give it 5 stars are the spelling mistakes and grammatical errors. Aiden is back in Avalon and he and Isla are trying to repair their relationship. She tells him she is pregnant and he decides that he needs to stay with her and contacts Brandy to tell her that he can no longer see or call her. As well, his mentor, Edmond Cope is sick with cancer and his health is deteriorating fast. Edmond jokes and tried to tell Aiden that he will be back to work soon, but everyone knows that is not going to happen. Out of the blue, Aiden gets a visit from a childhood friend who wants him to head back to Greensburg to investigate the death of their friend 10 years ago as the whispers are that his motorcycle accident was not really an accident. While he is gone, Isla gets angry and when he returns she tells him she was not really pregnant and that she wants a divorce. You can't leave out Buck, his brother and Clyde White. They make appearances in the story and show us another side of Aiden. Even though there seems to be several plotlines, they all tie together nicely and tell Aiden's story as he continues to grow in Avalon. This book is hard to pick a genre for, there is some mystery, some romance, and some drama. I enjoy this series and look forward to starting Fourth to Cry. I received a copy of this book from Netgalley in return for an honest review.
A thrilling third addition to the Avalon series, loved it!