Diana and Georgie have lived in the woods behind the old Willis place for as long as they could remember. Neither of them can seem to recall where they might have lived before. Even though they see the house every day, there is one thing that they have practically embedded in their minds. Never go near the old Willis place. The other rule is to never make friends with the caretakers. Diana and Georgie have been making good on those rules, until the new caretaker comes along.
Unlike the other caretakers, this one has a daughter named Lissa. Diana becomes intrigued with her. She can not resist the temptation of finally having a friend. She never knew that if she became friends with Lissa, she and Georgie would finally be released from the bond of the old Willis place.
I really liked this book, but the best thing that I liked was that she described the scene around what was happening really well.
There isn't anything that I don't like about this book that I can think of.
I rate this book 5 out of 5 stars.