The premise was interesting. An old man lies dying and regretting some of the decisions he made in his life, especially with respect to how he treated his young grandson, following the death of the boy's parents. The grandson, now a grown-up and successful businessman has always resented his grandfather deserting him, just when he needed him the most.
Enter the beautiful and successful Kate who develops a friendship with the old man in his last years and listens to the regrets and sadness of the grandfather's life. It is the very odd terms of the will that set this story in motion and make for some fascinating arcs and encounters.
I enjoyed Trisha Grace's writing style and her character development. All the characters, being as young as they were and all successful and it seems fairly wealthy, did require a tiny bit of suspension of belief, although perhaps that's just the way things happen in moneyed circles. I did enjoy the contrast between the two sisters, Kate and Lydia as well as the marked contrast between the two best friends and "soul sisters" Kate and Evelyn. If ever there was confirmation of the premise that opposites attract, we saw that in Kate and Evelyn.
The story was interesting, exciting at points, and of course, marvelously romantic. I can honestly say I really enjoyed Moving On and can highly recommend it to any lovers of romance with a twist or romance with a mission. I note with interest that Trisha Grace has continued the series with the focus on other characters in this first book. I think the second book about Evelyn and Dan (presumably) will be fascinating. There are many untold secrets that arise in Book One that I'm confident Trisha Grace will uncover for us in Book Two.
An excellent story and well done to the author. A very solid four star review from this reader. Bring on Book Two please. I'm ready to read it.