The characters are generally likeable, but everything in this book moves at such a frantic pace. Realistically, Robyn wouldn't be able to turn around a roadhouse and
manage a hockey team and
reconcile with her father and
plan a wedding all at the same time. The quick attitude changes were too abrupt and seemed to have no basis or reason: Nancy became helpful and friendly between one visit and the next, and the twins suddenly started behaving themselves. As for the mystery, I figured out the truth early on when it was mentioned that Brad's father handled the investigation. Still, it was a quick read, and it kept my attention.