Andrea Sullivan is so consumed by her hospitality consultant job that she's forgotten what brings her joy. She dreads her new assignment—a last chance to snag a high-profile client in Scotland. Yet the lush Isle of Skye transcends her preconceptions. As does the man she must impress, the rugged, blue-eyed Scotsman James MacDonald.
He's passionate about cooking but after six restaurants, four cookbooks, and his own television show, he's grown weary of the scrutiny that comes with living in the public eye.
Soon Andrea and James begin to sense these five days in Skye together may just be God's wild invitation into deeper life ... and truer love.
Here we have another of Carla Laureano’s award winning novels. In this story we have the characters Andrea and James.
Andrea is a woman who seems to be consumed by her job, and also hiding something in her past. It isn’t until later on in the story line that we find out exactly what it is that has wounded Andrea so bad, but is she willing to give James a chance?
I really appreciated this novel and will be an enthusiastic reader of this author. It is very easy to put yourself into the story and become one of the family.
Note: I received this book as part of the Five Days in Skye blog tour from Radiant Lit. I received no compensation for this review and only received a copy of the book for review purposes.
Review copy provided by the publisher.