My rating: 5 of 5 stars
::..Reviewed for Red's Midnight Readers..::
I was very kindly provided with a Netgalley Arc in exchange for an honest review. I have given it 5 heart warming stars.
I had the pleasure of reading this book when it was called "Bridge Over The Atlantic", now it's been spruced up, had a new name and been given a pretty new cover but do you know what? It's still the same beautifully heartwarming tale of love, loss and friendship.
One of the things that has endeared this story to me is that the events of this books could happen to anyone. It's so real and raw that once again this story reduced me to tears. Big, fat, ugly tears!
I couldn't put it down as Lisa took us on this touching journey of two people finding each other after suffering heartbreak of the worst kind. She has such talent using her words to make the reader feel every single emotion of her characters, rendering you an emotional mess long after you have closed the book.
This is a slow burn romance, there is no insta love to be found here coupled with the scenic backdrop of Scotland makes for a very magical story that you do not want to miss.
All work and no love can make for a dull life. But cupid's arrow has a habit of striking when you least expect it... A heartwarming, feel-good romance to curl up with this winter perfect for the fans of Marian Keyes and Veronica Henry.
Mallory Westerman is the successful proprietor of Le Petit Cadeau, a gift shop extraordinaire in thriving Leeds.
Concentrating solely on her business, she has almost given up on finding someone to love. That is until she literally falls into the arms of a handsome, intriguing stranger who becomes her Knight in shining armour.
The whirlwind romance that ensues changes her life-path irrevocably. However, the road to true love is never smooth and things don't always turn out how you expect...
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