A masterpiece for mysteries and secrets!
Everything in this book is original, even the freaking character's names. I know I am not American but even I know that Townsend isn't a common name but somehow it fits her because she is the most original and unique main character, I've read so far.
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She's unpredictable, independent, driven, stubborn, stupidly brave and adopted. And that is what will take her to Spillwater, after learning the last biological family member - she didn't know she had - has passed away and left her everything, making her go there.
Besides that, she crosses paths with three different men. Each one reacts differently to her but as story develops not all is what is seems. They are somehow linked to her in more ways than one.
In this story, the line between friend and foe gets blurred more often than you can imagine.
In the middle of this chaos, she gets to know Beauregard Tessier. He's British, he's handsome and he's one of my favourite characters.
I love a good angst-romance but this is by far one of the best. When they clash is like two freaking storms collide and I love it.
With all the secrets, dangers, threats and life-changing experiences – good and bad, it gets harder and harder for Townsend to leave, especially because she doesn't get scared easily. The closer she gets to the truth and the more she understands of the web of manipulation, secrets and cruelty going on in Spill water the more she is determined to stay and finish it once and for all. She is a Wolfe after all, one that breathes fire when it comes down to it.