Lost Treasure is a really great story about a guy who returns to a pastoral lakefront village where he spent his summers as a boy. At first, he's only there to execute his grandmother's will, but in the process of doing that, he reconnects with his old best friend and love interest, and discovers that old wounds can still heal, and there is still space in his life for redemption. Technically it is a M/M romance (both of the characters featured in the romance are male), but there are only two descriptive sex scenes, and I wouldn't classify this as erotica. It's an excellent story that anyone of any gender and sexual orientation will enjoy.
For the narration, I chose to give general Canadian accents to all of the Canadian characters. Since I grew up near Canada (actually only a hundred miles or so from Lost Treasure's setting), I've had quite a bit of exposure to the dialect typically found around Ontario.
The main character is from Chicago, but I felt that a Chicago accent would be a bit distracting, and I didn't think that it fit the character very well, so he got my normal dialogue voice.
The narration is written as third-person limited, meaning the narrator is not a character in the book and has special insight only to the inner thoughts and intentions of the main character. However, the narrator does have a character; he adopts the main character's tendency for sarcastic self-criticism, which adds a lot of extra humor.
If you've got a credit to spare, or if you're a fan of romance, stories of personal redemption, and/or enjoy reading good novels with strong gay characters without the filter of American gay sub-culture, I strongly recommend Lost Treasure.