Eve has always lived on Ennisfarne, an idyllic island just off the coast of Northumberland and only accessible when tides are low. There she runs a bar overlooking Darling Cove, a heavenly horseshoe-shaped beach named after her seafaring ancestors, whose links to the Farne Islands stretch back centuries.
Logan is a famous photographer desperate to evade the limelight after a difficult break-up. Renting a cottage from Eve, he chooses Ennisfarne in the hope of anonymity but is immediately spellbound by its natural beauty.
The pair don’t get off to the best start, butting heads over Eve’s adorable but boisterous Chocolate Labrador. But when Logan’s true identity is revealed, Eve realises her new tenant isn’t quite the man she thought he was. Is it too late to start again or will Logan’s island escape be over almost before it’s begun?
I really enjoyed this read, I love the sound of Ennisfarne I feel as though I want to go and live there and experience it for myself. The story is about Eve who lives on Ennisfarne, when Logan turns up they don’t get off to the best of starts but as time goes on Eve discovers Logan is not the man she thought he was. What is going on with Logan and can Eve help him? The story swept me away and I really enjoyed Holly the author’s descriptions of Ennisfarne. I loved the story it was a shame when I had read the last page.
I received an ARC copy of this book for an honest review.
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