I added this book to my TBR list because I read a work up when it came out. I had been waiting for it's release and then, low and behold, it becomes available on Kindle Unlimited.
This book is a stunner. It's a beautifully written story about a time and type of life long past but also about the mistakes that can haunt us. I loved the setting - Northern Michigan - on a lake with a beautiful lake house. Journey's End, the house, is both a character and a representation of the things that we want in life and what we are willing to do to get them.
This was the PERFECT end of summer book. I am looking forward to future books by this author. 5 out of 5 stars for all those plot twists that I never saw coming..... I loved every minute.