"Rich, romantic, beautifully drawn and utterly compelling" Jane Green, New York Times bestselling author
Life is short. Sometimes you have to take a chance…
Two single parents, Scott and Frankie, meet by chance.
Their homes are thousands of miles apart: Frankie lives somewhat chaotically with her children on the shoreline of North Norfolk, while Scott's life is in the mountains of British Columbia. Distance divides them – but it seems that a million little things connect them. A spark ignites, one so strong that it dares them to take a risk.
But fate has one more trick in store…
There are some truths about life and family we only learn when we grow up. There are some we never thought we'd have to.
What I loved about this book was how real the characters felt. The author did an amazing job of making them seem real by describing little realistic details and quirks about them. I cracked up when Frankie worried that her love of Duran Duran may considered a deal breaker for Scott when she was about to welcome into her home for the first time. As Duranie, Duran Duran is never a deal breaker unless you hate them, lol.
I appreciated that this was a story about two independent people falling in love and respecting each other by not pressuring one another to change who they are. This was a love story, a story of true love, not a mere romance novel. The point of view changes periodically throughout the course of the story between Frankie, Scott, and their family which really fleshed out the familiarity you come to feel for all the characters. I strive to provide spoiler free reviews but I must caution you to have a tissue handy for this book. The synopsis promised a trick and a trick you get. Don't let that put you off though, definitely pick this book up. It's the perfect book to escape with this weekend.
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