At the Water's Edge by Sara Gruen
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
Set in Scotland during World War II, the story follows Maddie and her husband Ellis along with his friend Hank as they search for a sighting of the infamous Loch Ness monster as a way to vindicate themselves to Ellis' disapproving family. Ellis and Hank are spoiled and selfish, and as Maddie learns the truth about her husband she find herself falling for Angus, the gruff innkeeper. The story shows the depth of pain and loss as well as the true resurrection of the human spirit. I really enjoyed the characters, and although the story is quite dark at times, Sara Gruen has once again given us a brilliant love story.
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