An Accidental Woman - Barbara Delinsky

An Accidental Woman

By Barbara Delinsky

  • Release Date: 2002-07-17
  • Genre: Contemporary
Score: 4.5
4.5
From 69 Ratings

Description

Take a trip to Lake Henry, New Hampshire, and fall in love with this romantic suspense by the New York Times bestselling author of Lake News.

Lake Henry, New Hampshire, is buzzing over the annual maple syrup harvest...as well as the shocking revelation that long-time resident Heather Malone has been led away by the FBI, which claims the devoted stepmother and businesswoman fled the scene of a fatal accident in California years before. Poppy Blake, her best friend, is determined to prove Heather's innocence, while facing past mistakes of her own: she has never overcome her guilt from the snowmobile accident that killed her partner and left her paralyzed. Playing an unlikely role in both women's lives is investigative journalist Griffin Hughes, whose attraction to Poppy keeps him coming back to Lake Henry, even though he is secretly responsible for drawing the law closer to Heather. To redeem himself, Griffin sets out to solve the mystery surrounding Heather's predicament and becomes the key to freeing Poppy from her own regrets and showing her a rich new future.

Reviews

  • An Accidental Woman-Loooong

    2
    By Babs the Cat
    i liked the descriptions of maple syrup making in the Northeast; Its a business i knew nothing about before except using it on pancakes. Also what the character Poppy had to go thru as a paraplegic was enlightening-i just didn’t know how courageous you would have to become to live that life. But all the rest of the story about a court case and a woman living a hidden life was so long, drawn out & repetitive that im not too sure why i finished it…
  • An Accidental Woman

    5
    By kkquilt
    One of her best. A unique plot line with strong female characters revealed slowly, that gave me pause and made me think.
  • An accidental woman

    5
    By Ddcourtney
    This book was excellent. I had a hard time putting it down, it is a great easy read.