"Every revolution begins with breakfast, darling."
This was more a romance than it was a mystery. While watching the progress of Luke and Chloe along with the disintegration of Gunnar, you get to see the town of Sugar Maple Vermont and all it's inhabitants. You can kind of figure out the bad guys and the fact that they have everything to do with anything that goes bad in the town. I didn't really catch the reasons why the bad guys did what they did. Where they bored in this realm? It was all kind of vague. In fact, most of the book was vague. What kept me coming back was the setting of the town and the towns people. I'm going to read the rest of the series.