When Lorna Dunaway and her fiancé are looking for a spot to hold their wedding, their final stop is Black Rabbit Hall. Lorna had seen the stately home on an internet search and it looked vaguely familiar to her. When they arrive at the gates after a long, meandering drive into Cornwall, Lorna is certain it was a place her mother brought her to every summer. When they tour the house, they realize the owner does not have it ready to host events. In spite of its rundown condition, Lorna wants to stage their wedding there. The story of the house is told in flashbacks from the deteriorating present to a time when a very happy family lived there. Ultimately, everyone is connected and Lorna does have a very special connection to the house. Tragedy and deceit have shaped the lives of those who have made their home at Black Rabbit Hall. If you have enjoyed novels by Kate Morton or Elizabeth Adler, this is a similar story. The characters from the past are especially vivid.