This is book #3 of the Tree of Life series. I read the ARC of When I Meet You, by Olivia Newport at the invitation of Barbour Publishing, in exchange for an honest review.
Jillian is a genealogist. Her father, Nolan, is an attorney and mediator. They work together on the occasional project. This time, an antique dealer has received an old abandoned steamer trunk. The dealer wants to learn the history of the trunk and its owner in case any legalities involved – especially when the contents reveal a letter from Pinkerton’s National Detective Agency.
Jillian searches for the identities of the family, and a woman whose identity she believes may have been stolen. Nolan, meanwhile, searches the legalities of items. When Jillian finds Drew on a ranch in Colorado, he is hospitable, but his Great Aunt Min is anything but. What could this mean from Drew and his potential inheritance of the ranch? Whatever happened to the woman who abandoned the trunk, and why was it abandoned?
When I Meet You is an intriguing mystery that will be enjoyed by mystery lovers, and especially by those who love solving a good genealogy mystery.
What made The Grumpy Book Reviewer grumpy?
A few missing commas, and using “showed” instead of “shown”.