Reviewed by Sandra Merville Hart
A young man’s dying wish grabbed my attention in reading this novel—especially as he was on a lifeboat. Aaron watched as his friend and business partner died while the Titanic sinks into frigid waters. To accomplish his friend’s request, he must visit the man’s family.
Lillian mourns the death of her brother on the Titanic and is slow to build her trust in Aaron, who was with him when he died, yet is drawn to him.
Aaron had recently been pushed out of the family business by an uncle who raised him after the death of his parents. He’s grateful that Lillian’s father gives him a job.
There are some mysteries in this story that initially grabbed my attention—not to mention the connection with the Titanic.
However, the story moved slowly. What initially snagged my interest ended up as a handful of scenes rather than the bigger part I imagined.
The characters are likeable, especially a couple of the secondary ones. It had a nice ending.