The title Rosemary Cottage makes you think of a cozy love story or perhaps a cozy mystery surrounding a family secret. But readers can expect a slow start as the story builds but then an exciting middle and surprising ending as the mystery unravels.
Amy comes to the cottage still reeling from the unsettling death of her brother Ben. Curtis is also recovering from the death of a sibling--his sister, who happened to be connected to Ben. When they begin to talk about the deaths, they realize there's more to the story than meets the eye.
Although I didn't like Amy and Curtis as much as I liked the characters from the first book in this series (Tidewater Inn), I did enjoy the story, mainly because while I figured out a little bit of the story, the ending threw me for a loop. The ending was exciting and makes me hope the author has another book in the series so that we can se how Amy and Curtis are dealing with the final twist.
Fans of Christian suspense will enjoy this book. Although you don't have to read Tidewater Inn first to follow this story, it may be nice since several characters are in both books.
I received this book in exchange for my review. My thoughts are my own.