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A sleepy Scottish village is about to be woken up...

With her boyfriend moving to her hometown of Lannick, Leana Mackenzie is floating on cloud nine. All she needs now is for them to find a home of their own. Alasdair’s lack of interest in house-hunting soon has her worried.

For Isla and Logan, moving in together is the logical next step in their relationship. Neither of them expects living under the same roof to be so challenging. If they can’t find a way to make it work how can they possibly have a future together?

Single-mother Elspeth is ecstatic about moving out of her parents’ house. When she agrees to a temporary housemate she’s comforted by the friendship that grows. But are her feelings purely platonic, or is romance in the air?

As the year draws to a close, Alasdair organises a celebration that will rock the quiet village of Lannick. The New Year’s party brings everyone together for a night to remember. But when midnight strikes, the fireworks bursting over the loch aren’t the only sparks flying...

This is the third book in the Loch Lannick series and is best enjoyed after the first two books in the series.

©2020 Hannah Ellis (P)2020 Hannah Ellis

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A lovely easy listen.

I really enjoyed the first two books in this series, so I was delighted to see that Hannah Ellis had written another. It was nice to catch up with the characters against the beautiful backdrops of Skye and Edinburgh, and the narration is faultless.