Emily Shaw feels she’s lost everything when her husband dies. She's not only lost the love of her life, but her dreams for the future are reduced to rubble. A gift from her husband leaves her with an added burden, and she wonders if she’ll ever climb from the wreckage.
Uprooting her life and moving to the seaside does little to change her heart or mind until she experiences a yearning to help a young girl who might be as lonely as she is, and an interest in a handsome bridge tender begins to smooth the edges of her pain.
This is a sweet story of a woman’s journey to find peace and contentment after an agonizing loss. Emily is a likeable character who garnered my sympathy. I felt her anguish, and liked how her story didn’t progress too quickly. One doesn’t ‘get over’ the death of a loved one overnight, so I’m pleased the author took the time to gently pull her from her grief.
A good summer read.
Cover: Love it
Title: Love it
First Lines (prologue): Emily Shaw stood on the beach and watched as her husband emerged from the ocean, water beading on his newly tanned skin.
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