Caroline has a heart for children and the things that should be happening during their childhood. They should be playing and getting an education, not working in a factory. When an accident happens at the Chocolate Factory, she finds that this is her way to get in and uncover what happened. Meanwhile, Oliver wants to know all about the business, but being a member of the owning family makes that difficult. So, he goes incognito to find the true answers. Caroline and Oliver meet and become friends, but neither knows that the other has ulterior motives. Will romance blossom between them, or will the truth shatter all hopes? Will the truth about the accident help or hinder either investigation? Will Oliver like what he sees in the family business?
Once again, Kim V. Sawyer has written a beautiful story that contains all the elements I enjoy in a book. There are realistic characters with a chance to not only fix some major problems, but also have a chance at love. And, it has a fun setting. Who wouldn't love to own a chocolate factory? If you enjoy novels like this, pick up "Echoes of Mercy." You won't regret it! I received my review copy from the Blogging for Books program in exchange for an honest review.