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Sheery (wwwgoodreadscomprofilesheery) | 685 comments Mod
On a hot July afternoon, a worker at an Antietam Creek construction site drives the blade of his backhoe into a layer of soil — and strikes a 5,000-year-old human skull. The discovery draws plenty of attention and a lot of controversy. It also changes the life of one woman in ways she never expected...

As an archaeologist, Callie Dunbrook knows a lot about the past. But her own past is about to be called into question. Recruited for her expertise on the Antietam Creek dig, she encounters danger — as a cloud of death and misfortune hangs over the project, and rumors fly that the site is cursed. She finds a passion that feels equally dangerous, as she joins forces in her work with her irritating, but irresistible, ex-husband, Jake. And when a strange woman approaches her, claiming to know a secret about Callie’s privileged Boston childhood, some startling and unsettling questions are raised about her very identity.

Searching for answers, trying to rebuild, Callie finds that there are deceptions and sorrows that refuse to stay buried. And as she struggles to put the pieces back together, she discovers that the healing process comes with consequences — and that there are people who will do anything to make sure the truth is never revealed.

Denise Izmerian I read this book years ago. It was such a great book. Nora Roberts is my favorite but it was one of my favorites of hers.


Vicki (vickiguardianofthewraiths) I just started this book and already loving it.

Barbara "Cookie" Serfaty Williams (goodreadscomcookiew1801) | 634 comments Just finished. Not one of my favorite. It's took me a week to read it.

Sheery (wwwgoodreadscomprofilesheery) | 685 comments Mod
I really liked this book. it was a re-read for me but with such a long time between that it felt fresh.

Heather L  (wordtrix) Reading it now, only about 150 pages in.

Heather L  (wordtrix) Finished and liked this one, even if there were a lot of coincidences worthy of a Charles Dickens novel.

Karen ♐ (kmk1214) | 332 comments Finished and loved it! I don't think I've read a Roberts book I didn't love yet. It was like peeling an onion. There were so many layers to this book.

Jonetta (ejaygirl) | 6129 comments Mod
Exactly, Karen! I like second chance romances and this was a good one. I also like the multiple romances.

Karen ♐ (kmk1214) | 332 comments Me too! I loved having 2 couples in this one...

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