After All is the third and final installment in Deborah Raney's Hanover Falls series and what a fantastic ending it is! I hated saying goodbye to the characters that I've learned to love. In this volume we catch up with Susan Marlowe, who lost her husband, David, in a fire in the second book (Forever After), two years later. Her work at the homeless shelter is still going strong but her friends are starting to worry about her, especially since she's receiving notes and visits from someone who used to stay at the shelter. He insists he must speak with her alone, but she isn't sure she can trust him. Enter Peter Brennen, the fire chief who lost four of his men-David included-in the fire that can't be forgotten. Peter and Susan start to realize they have feelings for each other and soon this romantic suspense is shooting fireworks in every direction!
An excellent summer read that you'll enjoy. I especially like the way the author included a little blurb at the beginning of each chapter, it kept me reading on when I should have been doing housework!
This book was provided for review by Glass Road Public Relations and is published by Howard Books.