After pulling herself out of a three-year fog of grief over the loss of her husband, Joe, Rachel is bringing their five-year-old daughter to see his hometown of Gandiegow and visit with his grandfather.
But Rachel wasn’t planning on running into Joe’s cousin, the man who made her have second thoughts at the altar…
Brodie has come home to help his grandfather’s fishing business, but he’d prefer not to see Rachel.
Although she did break his heart six years ago, the grip she has on him hasn’t faltered. If they can stop butting heads long enough and learn to overcome the past, they may find new love in the new year.
I love the heart whole emotional mending and healing process for each stage of the quilting sort of creates a fictitious healing for the reader and its characters. As sad as this book was it also brings a lot of heart and a lot of the finding ways to cope and embrace life once more kind of read.
There’s also a deeper love story and sacrifice and hope drawn into the pages as well which is really kind of beautiful. I even love Brodies silliness which helps lift some of the seriousness of the under current story going on.
It Happened in Scotland embraces being true to one self and opening the heart to love. I really enjoyed reading this book. Love it.
This title will be available January 3rd 2016!
Krissy’s Bookshelf Reviews received a print copy. All thoughts, comments and ratings are my own.
Krissy’s Bookshelf Reviews received a print copy in exchange for an honest review from the publisher.
If any of Krissy’s Bookshelf Reviews has been helpful please stop by to like my post or leave a comment to let me know what you think. I love hearing from followers!
Thank you so much for stopping by!