Review: Gray’s Skye by Vanessa Noble
After a devastating divorce Lucy, a young adult novelist, escapes to Scotland to recover. What she finds instead is a gorgeous neighbor who makes her question her future. Gray is a teacher who has lived on Skye his entire life. The two start a friendship but Gray wants more. How can he make her see it is worth giving him a chance?
Touching and heartfelt romance!
Ms Noble surprised me with her sweet and sexy romance, Gray’s Skye. Although I found the beginning a bit slow, the characters really do pull you into the story.
Lucy is on the mend from an unfaithful ex husband. A sweet and caring woman, a best selling author, a loving daughter, sister and aunt. She in a way allows fate to pick the spot where she is to mend herself, then push fate a way for fear of the past. A simple yet complex woman who will cook her way into your heart.
Gray is a dream man. Kind, caring, thoughtful, a true gentleman. A very different man ol from those whom I been reading. He’s a good man! A teacher who loves his family and thinks of others. He has the patients of a saint. Oh, and he’s Scottish. Very hot! And he will make you one damn good cup of coffee.
The time that Lucy and Gray spend together give the meaning to ” the little things in life”. They not only get to know each other, the learn what love is and is really about. They are the sweet couple that you want to strangle when you see them on the street because they are so damn sweet. A sweet read that made me laugh and drop a tear or two!
A complimentary copy of this book was provided by the author/publisher for an honest review.
Posted on March 5, 2015, in ARC, Review and tagged Contemporary, Gray's Skye, romance, Scotland, Sweet, Vanessa Noble. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.
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