Book Review: At Hidden Falls

At Hidden Falls 
Angel's Bay #4
Author: Barbara Freethy
Pages: 400 pgs
Reading Level: Adult
Published: January 21st 2011
Review Source: Simon & Schuster

Book 4th of "Angels Bay Series", but it can be read as a stand alone and you will not feel you are missing details from the previous books.

The main character Isabella has the gift of sight, but she resents it. Even if she tries to avoid these dreams, she is forced to act upon her last one. She travels to the town of Hidden Falls thinking that her brother, who lives there is the one in trouble. On her way there she has an accident and discovers that the person in her dreams is her Saviour Nick, and that they have an unexplainable connection. From here on the plot thickens, We have romance, heart break, mystery and strong family ties that develops to make this a fast and enjoyable read. I will definitely read the rest of the books in the series.

Summary: Mysterious dreams draw costume designer Isabella Silviera to Angel’s Bay, the California coastal town where angels occasionally dance above the waves. Bestselling author Barbara Freethy enchants again in this emotional and compelling tale of family secrets, abiding friendships, and heart-touching romance.Isabella’s drive to Angel’s Bay would have ended in tragedy when her car slid off a cliff if she hadn’t been rescued by Nick Hartley. As he helps her to safety, she realizes he is the man who has haunted her dreams. Nick, however, is committed to reconnecting with his estranged teenage daughter, refusing to respond to his powerful attraction to Isabella. And Isabella’s police chief brother has his hands full with a missing mother, an abandoned baby, and an unknown father. What is Isabella’s role in the mysteries—both past and present— that swirl around the town?When she starts helping at the Hartley family theater, all the pieces begin to link together. Loves found and lost, heartbreak and happiness, courage and betrayal are all part of the patchwork quilt of the community—and of life. Isabella’s gift is seeing the patterns. . . .


  1. This sounds like a great read! Glad to see it's good as a stand alone as well. :)

    Lah @ LazyGirl Reads

  2. Love the dog on the cover - too cute!


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