Monday, June 23, 2014

Secrets of Neverwood Anthology by Libby Drew, Diana Copland, and G. B. Lindsey

Today I am reviewing Secrets of Neverwood. I received this review copy in exchange for my honest opinion through NetGalley and author Libby Drew. Here's the cover and Goodreads blurb:

Three foster brothers are called home to Neverwood, the stately Pacific Northwest mansion of their youth. They have nothing in common but a promise to Audrey, the woman they all called mother—that upon her death, they would restore the house and preserve it as a home for troubled boys.

But going home is never easy.

Cal struggles to recover from past heartbreak, while Danny fears his mistakes are too big to overcome. Devon believes he may never break down the barriers that separate him from honest emotion.

On the path to brotherhood, they discover the old mansion holds more than dusty furniture and secret passageways. Audrey’s spirit still walks its halls, intent on guiding “her boys” toward true love, and an old mystery stirs up a new danger—one that could cost the men far more than just the house.

This anthology is amazing!  I loved every moment of it.  The three foster brothers were not raised together but they are brought together by their foster mother's wishes and her will.  They take ownership of the only real home that they ever knew and begin the long process of returning it to it's former uses and glory.   It has romance, mystery and even some ghosts.  Well, one ghost.  But it's a pretty important one.  I really enjoyed seeing how Audrey had left her mark on each of her boys.  They each have different issues and have led different lives but they come together to make their own family.  I loved this book.

You can click here to add Secrets of Neverwood on Goodreads.  You can also order it from Carina Press and Amazon.  Libby Drew can be found on her website, her LiveJournal, and on Twitter.  G. B. Lindsey can be found on her Facebook, LiveJournal and on Twitter.  Diana Copland can be found on her website, Twitter, Facebook and LiveJournal.

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