Monday, September 21, 2015
Five Days in Skye...Review
Hospitality consultant Andrea Sullivan has one last chance to snag a high-profile client or she'll have to kiss her dreams of promotion good-bye. When she's sent to meet Scottish celebrity chef James MacDonald on the Isle of Skye, she just wants to finish her work as efficiently as possible. Yet her client is not the opportunistic womanizer he portrays himself to be, and her attraction to him soon dredges up memories she'd rather leave buried.
For James, renovating the family hotel is a fulfillment of his late father's dreams. When his hired consultant turns out to be beautiful, intelligent, and completely unimpressed by his public persona, he makes it his mission to win her over. He just never expects to fall under her spell.
Soon, both Andrea and James must face the reality that God may have a far different purpose for their lives—and that five days in Skye will forever change their outlook on life and love.
Andrea Sullivan needs to sign a high-profile client in order to gain her dream promotion. So she travels to the Isle of Skye to see a new hotel and to try and sign Scottish celebrity chef James MacDonald to a contract. Believing him to be a womanizer, he spends the next 5 days convincing her he's not.
Scotland is one of my favorite literary settings and this did not disappoint. The story covers five days and getting to know Andrea and James was fun. Loved their families, loved the story. This was a great beach read. The Christian aspects are light.
First in the McDonald Family Trilogy. I look forward to more.
Thanks to Netgalley for the opportunity to review this book. You can learn more about Carla Laureano here. You can purchase your own copy here.
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