Endless Beach
by Colgan, Jenny






When Flora MacKenzie traded her glum career in London to reunite with her family on the remote Scottish island of Mure, she never dreamed that Joel, her difficult, adorable boss, would follow and that they would soon be taking their first faltering stepsinto romance.





Colgan (The Café by the Sea, 2017) returns to the rugged Scottish island of Mure for the further adventures of Flora MacKenzie, proprietor of Anna's Seaside Kitchen, and her delightfully quirky neighbors. Among them are Saif, a Syrian refugee acting as the island's only doctor while waiting for news of his missing wife and children; Colton Rogers, an eccentric American billionaire who bought a crumbling castle and is now engaged to Flora's brother Fintan; and Joel, formerly Flora's boss, now her boyfriend. Maybe. Joel's work as Colton's lawyer takes him away often, but he always seems happy to return to Flora. But when she surprises him in New York City, he's a bit less welcoming. Meanwhile, Saif has news of his boys, and he is afraid of the reception they will receive on this remote, very pale island. Readers will be as transported by the smell of peat in a wood-burning stove as they will by Colgan's magical ability to create scenes that elicit simultaneous laughs and tears, and to tackle real-world problems in a convincingly cozy way. Copyright 2018 Booklist Reviews.






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