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Archaeologist Rhona Lamond returns home to the Isle of Mull, Unsure what she'll do next, thinking it is quite dull, Then comes an opportunity to survey and dig nearby But a family feud makes her question whether to try. Calum Matheson is the property owner who Has an archaeological survey needed to do Without it he can't start to build his dream home there But can he trust a Lamond anywhere? The feud started between him and Rhona's brother But the truth of it she has yet to discover. Their parents won't speak or acknowledge each other So working together is for another. As the two inadvertently fall for the other What will their parents do if they discover? A story with drama, secrets and between the families history , Along with new secrets and uncovering a mystery. Learning to face up to others, not hiding away, Standing up for yourself, is Rhona's new way. For Calum it is learning to let others in And preventing fears of betrayal stopping him having the win! With a contemporary Romeo and Juliet style romance, This is a brilliant read I recommend you give a chance! For my complementary copy, I say thank you, As I share with you this, my honest review.
To find love, they need to dig deep.
When kind-hearted archaeologist Rhona Lamond has her precious research stolen, she returns home to the Isle of Mull, lost and frustrated. An island project that tugs at Rhona’s soul comes up, and she’s desperate to take it on. But there’s a major problem.
Property developer Calum Matheson has a longstanding feud with the Lamond family. After a plot of land he owns is discovered to be a site of historical importance, his plans are thrown into disarray and building work put on hold. Calum doesn’t think things can get any worse, until archaeologist Rhona turns up. Not only is she a Lamond, but she’s all grown up, and even stubbornly unromantic Calum can’t fail to notice her – or the effect she has on him.
Their attraction ignites but how can they overcome years of hate between their families? Both must decide what’s more important, family or love.
UK – https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B09ZRZZP1V
US – https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B09ZRZZP1V
Margaret is a writer, mummy, wife and chocolate eater (in any order you care to choose). She lives in highland Perthshire in a little house close to the woods where she often sees red squirrels, deer and other such tremendously Scottish wildlife… Though not normally haggises or even men in kilts!
She has published nine books and written many more. Margaret won a short story writing competition in 2012 and her winning entry was performed live to an audience at Pitlochry Festival Theatre as part of their Winter Words Event. This spring boarded Margaret’s journey from writing for fun to novel writing – though she still enjoys every minute of it.
Margaret is also a keen amateur photographer, who enjoys drawing, reading, and talking about books.