I really enjoyed the author’s writing style. Her book was interesting, well planned, and written so that it kept my interest. It was well researched and gave details and information on a time period and things I did not know. I love that in a book. This one flashed back to the 1920’s. Characters were realistic and believable. It was easy to imagine them and their feelings. The Christian element was present, another important issue for me with Christian books.
This is the story of Millie Sullivan. Years ago her great grandmother had a guest at an oil tycoon’s estate on St. Simon’s Island, Georgia. Now Millie is working as a guest at the same estate’s tourist attraction. Millie’s Grandma Joy insinuates there a clue to a treasure in the great grandmother’s old journal. It happens to be hidden in the chateau. Millie decides to search for the journal since she needs money and is caught by security guard Ben Thornton. A deal is hatched, sparks begin to fly, and the adventure begins.