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    Love and Life on a Scottish Island

    I enjoyed this book. Having already read the previous books in the trilogy I was invested in knowing what happened to the main characters. The story is good and I now have the Scottish islands as place I should visit. Jenny Colgan's strengths are the way she builds her characters and makes you care about them and the way she grows the story. I feel she has left the door open at the end of this book for a 4th episode. But who knows?
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    The endless Sea

    The 2nd installment. Another great story which I had hoped would go on for more chapters
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    Sweet Scottish romance with strong themes

    Three and a half stars. This looked like a sweet book set by a beautiful Scottish beach with a heroine who owns a small café called the Summer Seaside Kitchen. It was … and it wasn't. Flora used to work in a top London law firm for American lawyer Joel, now he works for the resident gazillionaire Colton and he and Flora live in the grounds of Colton's magnificent home. But Joel is a very closed off man; Flora doesn't really know how he feels about her, is she real to him or some kind of selkie muse? It doesn't help that Colton has Joel haring off around the world for weeks at a time. Intertwined with Flora are her three brothers, one of whom is dating Colton, her BFF Lorna and the local doctor Saif as well as a bevy of minor local characters. This novel hits some quite strong themes, probably the only one I can mention that isn't a spoiler is that Saif is a refugee from Syria and his wife and two sons are still missing. However, despite the strong themes it still manages to be sweet and cosy and everything I'd want from a Jenny Colgan novel. This is the second book in a series, although I read it as a stand-alone novel I think knowing the back-story with Flora and Joel would have helped me understand their love story more.
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