The Winters, by Lisa Gabriele, based on Daphne Du Maurier's novel, Rebecca, puts a modern American twist on a classic. The main character, a 26 year old girl, who is barely making ends meet while working at marina in the Cayman Islands, finds herself swept up in an intense and suspenseful romance with one of the island's most well-known tourists. What starts off as a light-hearted, short-term fling, with the handsome, billionaire, sitting senator, widower, Max Winter, becomes serious in the blink of an eye when Max proposes spontaneously, desperate to not lose the connection they have. He whisks her back to his mansion, located on a private island just off past the Hamptons, only to be greeted by a less than welcoming teenage daughter, who is still distraught over the loss of her mother. As the story unfolds, family secrets are divulged that will have you questioning the facts that at first appeared evident, and just as you thought you've got the story figured out, the last 50 pages, will upend everything you think you knew about the Winters and keep you guessing through the very last page.