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Summary

A holiday fling threw her life into chaos....

Elspeth Mackenzie hasn’t had any contact with the father of her child since they had a fling three years ago. Getting pregnant at 16 turned her life upside down. But now she has everything back under control. She’s managing a cafe and a toddler and making it look easy.

If only dating was as easy. Most guys run a mile when they find out she has a child.

When her friend sets her up on a blind date, Elspeth is in for a huge surprise. Not only because she finds herself face to face with the father of her child, but because her feelings for Rory haven’t changed a bit. The attraction is as intense as ever.

Now Elspeth must tell Rory she has a child. And that sweet little Arran is also his child.

Yet again, her life is thrown off balance. Working out how to co-parent Arran is about as complicated as her feelings for Rory.

For Elspeth to figure out what the future holds, she first needs to come to terms with the choices she made in the past....

©2020 Hannah Ellis (P)2020 Hannah Ellis

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Lovely gentle entertainment

I really look forward to each new book in this series, and catching up with the large and lively family on the stunning island of Skye. They are beautifully narrated too by Kirsty Cox, who brings each of the characters to life. I hope there are more to come.