Thursday, July 15, 2010

Book Review of 'Heaven Falls' by Winslow Eliot



Heaven Falls by Winslow Eliot was published by Telemachus Press in 2010 and is available at http://www.amazon.com/.
Tess Duncan had recently lost her beloved aunt, was stuck in a dead-end job and was about to lose her home. So when a stranger comes to her to offer her a once-in-a-lifetime job that will make a better life for herself and her daughter, Tess really sees no choice but to accept the offer at Heaven Falls Resort.
But as she and Freya move to Heaven Falls and settle in, Tess soon finds that some facts have been kept from her. Like the fact that the man who offered her the job, Jason Garrison, is the brother of Freya's deceased father, Max Garrison, and that the lure of Heaven Falls is more than as a spa and retreat, but also as a 'love nest' to the rich and famous. As more and more secrets are revealed, Tess finds that she must seek help from the man she doesn't trust to save her kidnapped daughter.
Heaven Falls is a mystery and a love story, both told against a backdrop of opulence and exclusivity, with a plot that has more twists and turns than a roller coaster. Winslow Eliot has put together a wonderful cast of characters who play their parts well; some we love, and some we love to hate, making Heaven Falls a story you should not miss.
I am giving Heaven Falls a 4-spider rating and hoping that you will take a look at this lovely novel. Once you check in to Heaven Falls...you may never want to check out...!
DJ Weaver

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