Misha Crews

Love stories about old houses and family secrets.

It’s here! I’m beyond thrilled to share my new novel with you…

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Sometimes “the end” is just the beginning.

From the author of the beloved novel 
Homesong comes a sequel which explores the truth of love, the importance of family, and the weight of the secrets that people keep… even from themselves.

After decades of separation, Kate Doyle is newly engaged to her childhood sweetheart, Reed Fitzgerald. As they settle into their comfortable life in New York and start to plan their future together, it seems that they have truly found their happily-ever-after.

But will a message from Reed’s long-lost mother change all of that?

Drawn by the irresistible lure of the past, Kate and Reed return to their hometown of Angel River, where the seemingly-idyllic landscape is dominated by the old house on the hill. Rambling and timeworn, grand and beautiful, the house has been both guardian of dreams, and keeper of secrets.

When a shocking death leads back to a long-ago disappearance, everything that Kate and Reed know will be challenged. What happened in the woods on a hot summer day in 1987? Who is the beautiful orphan accused of murder, and why does Kate feel compelled to help her? How can she and Reed construct a strong future, if the past is built on lies?

As answers to forgotten questions are brought into the light, walls will crumble and foundations will shift. And every soul who has loved and lived in the house on the hill will be changed forever.

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