This is a clean, sweet read and I enjoyed it very much. If you're ever looking for a feel good "palate cleanser " between books, D E Stevenson seems a good choice.
There's really not a complicated plot or
even much in the way of twists and turns. I found it fairly predictable
but I still enjoyed it. I was debating what to rate it...
its simplicity I thought a solid 3. But you really can't compare apples
to peaches. 'The House On the Cliff ' isn't trying to be 'War and Peace '
so you cant put them side by side and compare.
So for what this is: a sweet love story along the lines of "The Secret Garden" for grown-ups, it succeeds.
a nutshell, a rather destitute orphan (hopelessly infatuated with her
charismatic coworker) inherits her ancestor's old homestead and leaves
everything in the city behind. Its a story of discovery. First, of
oneself, second, where one belongs, and lastly who to share one's life
SEX : None
VIOLENCE : None
PROFANITY : None
MY RATING : G