I've loved the Susanna Kearsley I've read. From New York Journal of Books: "A creative tour de force. Sometimes an author catches lightning in a bottle, and Susanna Kearsley has done just that."
Juliet Beckett believes in destiny. When she moves into Greywethers, a beautiful 16th-century farmhouse, she suspects that more than coincidence has brought her there.
The locals are warm and welcoming, especially the eligible squire of Crofton Hall. Yet beneath the ordinaries, Julia senses a haunting sadness about her new home. Then she learns of Mariana, a beautiful young woman who lived there 300 years ago. It seems history has been waiting for Julia….