I'm not a romance novel reader. When I read a description about the setting & the characters of Heaven Falls I made an exception & got the book.
I mis-stereotyped what a romance novel means (at least this one) as I was expecting interludes of descriptive love making, not that this is a bad thing, just not my thing for reading. Instead I read a story full of believable characters, each with a past worth wanting to know what the future would hold for each; very creative twists and turns that made it difficult to put the book down. The weaving in and out of each person & chain of events; the mystery that kept building, merging them all together at the same time I found most intriguing. It was a great escape into a world of family dysfunction that we all have on some level. Winslow Eliot created real people with struggles, passions, angst, some with too much, others with too little & yet, in the end? Well, you'll see when you read it.
— Amazon Reviewer