Irish photojournalist Grace Brennan travels the world’s war zones documenting the helpless and forgotten. After the death of her friend and mentor in the field, Grace is shaken.
She returns to London hoping to rekindle the spark with the only man she ever loved—Scottish businessman Ian MacDonald. But he gave up his championship rowing career and dreams of Olympic gold years ago for Grace ... only for her to choose career over him. Will life’s tides bring them back together ... or tear them apart for good this time?
Carla Laureano is the RITA award-winning romance writer of Five Days in Skye, as well as the Celtic fantasy series The Song of Seare (as C.E. Laureano). A former professional marketer, small business consultant and martial arts instructor, Carla live in Denver with her husband and two sons.
RITA award-winnner for her first novel in the MacDonald Family Trilogy, Five Days in Skye, author Carla Laureano has once again written a well-crafted and heart-rendering novel about Ian MacDonald, brother to chef, James MacDonald from the first novel in the series, and Grace Brennan. Once again these characters touch your heart as readers personally relate to them. This book intriguingly discusses PTSD (post-traumatic stress disorder) through the eyes of a war photographer, Grace. This novel is an engaging and touching as it discusses themes of dealing with PTSD, as well as getting a second chance at love, once again leaving readers wanting to read it again, as well as find out what happens in the next book in the trilogy.
Series: The MacDonald Family Trilogy
Genre: contemporary; romance; Christian fiction; women’s fiction; Scottish fiction
Publisher: David C. Cook
Publication date: June 1, 2015
Number of pages: 340
Other books in the series:
1-Five Days in Skye
A review copy of the book was provided by the publisher and Radiant Lit.