This is the third book in the Grace series. It fairs a little better than my last review receiving 3/ 5 stars. This book had it's moments that were touching and sweet - like the ring of grass that Robert gives to Grace or those moments between Grace and Stacey.
Still, the pot moved quite slowly at times often veering off into tangent story lines that seemed irrelevant. The plot twists that come near the end of the book where occasionally obvious and could have come about 200 pages sooner. I'm not sure if I will pursue the final book in this series. I enjoyed what I read, but see the story lines wrapping up in ways that are too cliche. Maybe later this year. We'll see.