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Summary

When Kate is dumped on her best friend's wedding day, she realises she's now homeless as well as jobless. She decides to take a job on a remote Scottish island. Her grouchy new boss, Roddy, is unimpressed with her and makes it clear she's got a lot to prove.

Island life has no room for secrets, and Roddy's trying to keep something quiet. When his ex appears back on the island, tensions rise. What is Fiona planning - and can she be stopped before it's too late?

©2013 Rachel Lucas (P)2016 W F Howes Ltd

Critic reviews

"Wonderful escapism with a gloriously romantic setting." (Katie Fforde)
"Original, atmospheric, intriguing, romantic and funny - I loved it!" (Christina Jones)

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I've stopped listening somewhere in chapter 3. The story seemed flat, going nowhere. But the main reason may be the dull performance. The voice actress spoke at one level; her articulation was exaggerated and sounded therefore very artificial; and the audio actress has a slight lisp throughout all the text and conversations, which I found very distracting.