I received this book for a fair and honest review.
This book grabs you and won't let go from the very first page. I found myself wanting to get back to Annie and read more when I was unable to get to my kindle that day.
This is a book that makes you feel for the main character. Annie is a complicated soul. She has always lived on the Knoll. She has never wanted to live anywhere else. With the passing of her parents at a young age, she is left to run her family's summer cottages on her own.
This is a coming of age story. However, it's so much more than that as well. The story follows Annie as a young girl to a grown woman with a family. I feel everyone can see themselves as Annie in different times of her life.
I highly enjoyed this book. I noticed it's part 1 of a series. I'd love to read the next one and will be looking for it.