revealing journal, entice her to stay and discover more, including a way to save the gallery from financial ruin. And that means remaining in England.When her childhood sweetheart, Adam Spencer, begins work on a restoration project in Noelle’s village, their friendship blossoms. But as her feelings for Adam deepen, she struggles with memories of what might have been and yearns for a future once thought lost. Faced with a life-altering revelation Aunt Joy took to her grave and a wrenching choice regarding the man she loves, Noelle could lose far more than her heart.
happy that this book was able to remind me of that.
Not only is she re-discovering things about herself that she had long since forgotten, but she runs into her childhood friend Adam who is no longer a child, but a smokin’ hot man. A smokin’ hot man that is engaged to be married.
As things between she and Adam grow and a friendship is formed, she also discovers letters and diaries left behind her great aunt’s house that reveal many secrets.
can’t believe I just typed that.
The language is so descriptive, I think it takes true talent to paint such a complete picture and I loved it.
detractor for me in this instance. Color me shocked! I loved the setting, the characters, the storyline(s)…just a fabulous book all around. 5 stars.
Traci Borum is a writing teacher and native Texan. She’s also an avid reader of women’s fiction, most especially Elin Hilderbrand and Rosamunde Pilcher novels. Since the age of 12, she’s written poetry, short stories, magazine articles, and novels.
Traci also adores all things British. She even owns a British dog (Corgi) and is completely addicted to Masterpiece Theater–must be all those dreamy accents! Aside from having big dreams of getting a book published, it’s the little things that make her the happiest: deep talks with friends, a strong cup of hot chocolate, a hearty game of fetch with her Corgi, and puffy white Texas clouds always reminding her to “look up, slow down, enjoy your life.”