After having her heart broken by the boy next door, Violet flees to Spindle Cove; otherwise known as “Spinster Cove”. There, not only does her heart heal but she also learns there is more to her and to life, for that matter, than meets the eye.
During her last night at Spindle Cove, the last person she expects to see shows up, literally at her feet.
Christian hasn’t forgotten Violet, it irks him having left her in the way he did. He hopes she finds it in her heart to forgive him. In the same vein as he hopes she’s still available.
I can’t go into much more because I’d spoil it. I loved that their secret agreement worked out the way it did (nope I can’t say what that is because if I did I’d be telling the end). I thought this was a nice sequel to A Night to Surrender. For anyone who’s read the first book in the series, and wants to know what happens after Susana and Bram, this is a good continuation to that story and an excellent transition to A Week to be Wicked.