Somewhere to review books I'm reading without giving away any spoilers!
About the book:
An eighty-mile trek across the rugged, stunning beauty of Scotland’s Isle of Skye isn’t something I imagined myself doing. Ever. This isn’t a trail for beginners. And I’m not a hiker.
But I have to finish it, even if it kills me. I have no choice.
With the ever-changing weather and relentless terrain, I’m in over my head.
Rory Sutherland, my guide on this adventure, is not happy. We clash with every mile, but we recognize a shared pain. Not only is the journey a struggle, but the tension between us is taut with unsaid words. And hope.
He’s broken. I’m damaged. Together, we’re about to make the perfect storm.
Praise for Under a Storm-Swept Sky:
“Beth Anne Miller hits it out of the park with Under a Storm-Swept Sky. Beautifully evocative and romantic, you feel as if you are right there with Rory and Amelia as they hike the treacherous countryside of Skye on a journey of discovery and love.” – Monica McCarty, New York Times & USA Today bestselling author of Going Dark
“Beautifully evocative and romantic.” – NYT bestseller, Monica McCarty
“It’s impossible not to get swept away by this heart-pounding read.” —Kelly Siskind, author of Stud
About Beth Anne Miller:
Beth Anne Miller has a fascination for all things Scottish (including, but not limited to, men in kilts), which has influenced all her writing to date. Her first novel is a time travel called INTO THE SCOTTISH MIST; her second, A STAR TO STEER HER BY, has a Scottish hero; and her newest book, UNDER A STORM-SWEPT SKY, is set on the Isle of Skye, and was inspired by her own long-distance treks in Scotland. A native New Yorker, Beth Anne lives on Long Island and works in the publishing industry. She’s looking forward to her next trip to Scotland.
Beth’s Media Links:
Author Website: https://www.bethannemiller.com/
Author Twitter: http://twitter.com/1bethannemiller
Author Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/1bethannemiller/
Thanks to Entangled Publishing for the materials for this post. I’ll let you all know hwat I think of this intriguing sounding book after I’ve read it