Kara and Matt are interesting people. Betrayal is a hard thing to get over and for Matt his betrayal started nine years ago and is back in town. Not only that but a mutual person they both hate is murdered and they along with others are suspects.
When they decide to look for the killer themselves things get interesting.
A Wrong Way Home is overall a good read. The writing style changed along the way and I found the author improved as the book went on. Kara and Matt have so many problems that they had to figure out and for Kara the main thing was being back in her hometown. I don't think I would ever be able to live in a small town, but I think it fits both Kara and Matt far more than they realize.
Overall a good suspense read.
Kara Cartwright returns to her hometown on the same night Anthony Benton is murdered. But she doesn’t know anything about that. She only knows she vowed never to come back here to Riverton, New York or to see Matt Kalli again.
Matt has made a vow of his own. He’ll never forgive Kara, the woman who loved him then betrayed him nine years ago. And he can’t forgive himself for the way she’s stuck in his heart.
All that these two have in common is their hatred of Anthony Benton. Now he’s dead and they could be suspects. People they care deeply about could be suspects too. That gives Matt and Kara something else in common – a desperate search for the real killer before he strikes again.
A Wrong Way Home is the 1st book in the Riverton Road Romantic Suspense Series set in and around Riverton, New York, a town in the remote North Country. Danger and romance featuring the Kalli family, the four Kalli brothers and the fortunate people who find safety and a warm welcome at Kalli Corner on Riverton Road. A Year of Summer Shadows is the 2nd book in the series.