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  • Love, mystery and a myth solved <3

    Kaleb goes to Scotland to investigate the food webs and nutrients cycle. He is hoping to prove that there is not enough food in the lake to feed any creature bigger than a pike, much less a mythical monster. Meanwhile Jessie returns from London where she was studying. She is hoping to avoid the obsession with the lake that had gripped her from a young age and had first discovered lonesomeness. She knows he shouldn't be studying the lake, but she likes him enough to throw caution to the wind. Kaleb discovers that her lonesomeness is not just referring to the solitude of the lake. He is now faced with an epic dilemma. He wants to satisfy the man inside himself as well as the scientist within, but can he do both and keep the girl. I was given this book in return for an honest review. I admit I was a little worried at first as this is not my usual genre to read. However once I picked it up I found it hard to put it down. The love story was beautiful but also believable. Not a lovely girl falling in love immediately, but the relationship having ups and downs. The science is written in such a way that you can understand and follow it. I love Jessie, she is independent and has her own mind, you also discover that she is trustworthy with a secret of her own. I also love Kaleb, intelligent, well spoken and loving. The book is beautifully written, the English is sublime. I used the ‘highlight’ feature on my kindle for the first time, so I could read a particular paragraph again. I will put it here to let you all read the brilliance that is David as there is no spoilers within it. “She raised herself up on him when they reached the shallows, her torso emerging from the lake; pale and perfect like some embodiment of the Lady in the Lake from the legend of King Arthur. The water beaded on her skin and ran down over her breasts and arms. Her tied up curls were bejewelled with water drops that sparkled in the sunlight, like diamonds sewn into her hair. The softness of her skin contrasted with the rough feel of the granite pebbles below his back, into which he slowly sank even deeper.” This is a must read, you will love it I am sure. Love, mystery and a myth solved. What is not to love.

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