Along with Janet Evanovich, Nora Roberts is one of my go-to authors when I want something light and fluffy. She’s got four types of books: J.D. Robb, trilogies/series, fat beach reads, and quick romance novels. A Will & A Way is the latter, but it works for a good summer book.
Pandora’s favorite uncle, a slightly nutty recluse, dies, and names her and a distant relative Michael as the two major heirs to his estate, including his crazy home named Jolley’s Folley. Michael isn’t really related – he belongs to the family through an intimate family friend. Not surprisingly, Jolley’s other relatives are a little miffed that weird cousin Pandora and interloper Michael get the bulk of the inheritance. Also not surprisingly, Jolley’s will stipulates that Michael and Pandora have to live together at the estate for six months in order to inherit.