Seth Quinn’s very early life had been little better than living in the dump. His mother needed him more than he’d ever needed her and then when the going got tough, she’d sold him. No goodbye, no I’m so sorry. She’d just reached her finger-nailed hand out and taken the money and closed the door, leaving him with an entire stranger.

He’d thought his life had gone to the extreme south until he learned that the man who’d bought him was actually his grandfather. Ray Quinn was a good man but before Seth could get used to the idea of living in a new place and enjoying his life with Ray, Ray had taken ill and died, leaving him in the hands of three new strangers.

It seemed the ultimate betrayal but in time Seth learned that his brothers, Cam, Ethan and Phillip would do anything to keep him safe. He remembered the time they’d even take on the bully at school for him. Now grown up Seth is returning to the small town on the New England coast that he grew up in. World famous for his art, he just wants to enjoy his family and find a place to rest.

But resting is not in the cards for Seth as like his brothers before him, a woman gets in his way and refuses to leave his mind. Attractive is the word that describes Dru Whitecomb Banks. Hesitation is what he gets from her and it is up to Seth to solve the problems in his own life so that he can help Dru to get past hers and trust that what they’ve found is worth fighting for.

Join the thrilling adventures of the Quinn men as they come to terms with new roads in their lives. They’ll meet new people and new paths will open up before them. The reader will enjoy the stumbling journey of the Quinn’s and soon count them among their friends.

As usual Nora Roberts knows how to deliver with power. Chesapeake Blue is the final chapter in a four-book saga. To this series she brings to the reader all the charm of a New England town and the people who live there. We join in the lifelike experiences of the Quinn’s and at times feel the raw emotions intertwined in each man. We watch as the Quinn’s slowly come to realize that love is the most important gift of all.

As readers, the beauty of a saga is that we don’t have to say goodbye at the last page; we can pick up the next installment and carry on right where we left off. So do so, you’ll fall in love all over again with Cameron, Ethan, Phillip and young Seth (soon to be a man in the final book) and like the first three, its worth it.

(So read #1 “Sea Swept,” #2 “Rising Tides,” #3“Inner Harbor” & #4 “Chesapeake Blue”)