He'd been prepared to follow her off the island until tragedy struck, leaving him to run the family dairy farm. He's done the best he can with the life that was thrust upon him--but with Natalie back in the picture, he begins to realize just how much joy he's been missing.
After Natalie's reception venue falls through, she must scramble to find an alternative, and the only option seems to be a barn on Justin's property. As they work together to get the dilapidated building ready for the party, Natalie and Justin may discover that there is more between them than broken promises and an old friendship.
Reviewer: Laura J. Davis
The first thing that attracted me to On Love's Gentle Shore by Liz Johnson was the fact that it takes place on Prince Edward Island in Canada. As a Canadian celebrating our 150th anniversary I wanted to dip into something set in this great country and I was not disappointed.
While I did feel a little lost at first (this is the third book in the series), enough facts were filled in that I was able to understand the backstory of our two main characters Natalie and Justin. But, I liked the story so much that now I feel compelled to read the first two. A good sign!
In this book Natalie is returning to North Rustico to get married and she is dreading meeting everyone from her past. She puts up a brave front and a very high wall so that the people who hurt her in the past would not be able to again. Fortunately, her wall starts to crumble and as it does she finds out some truths about her past that she didn't know and she finally begins to grow into the Natalie she was created to be.
A great story, but I would advise starting the series with the first book as I'm sure it will have more impact.
Book has been provided courtesy of Baker Publishing Group and Graf-Martin Communications, Inc.
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