A story of ordinary people enriched by the quiet rendering of their lives in a tale with lots of emotions, and complexities of their relationships.
This is a good read about a divorced couple making changes and decisions about family, adjoining property, and so much more. Beautifully written and descriptive.
Entertaining to read. Light and easy.
Couldn't get into this. Shouldn't have assumed that just b/c I love his mother's books meant I would love his as well...
Good Read. A few plots going on at the same time and then they all come together.
I really enjoyed this book although it was a bit long.
This book is set in Scotland and is a great read. Robin Pilcher is as good an author as his mother, Rosamunde Pilcher.
Another good one by Robin Pilcher
A love story set in the Scottish highlands. A newly divorced woman and her son move back in with her father. Involves love of land and a new romance.
Scotland...friends, family, love.
I am a big fan of Rosamunde Pilcher and am glad to see her son, Robin, has apparently inherited his mother's gift for characters and feel-good plots.
Liz has witnessed a lot in her life: the birth of a son, the death of a mother, and the sight of her husband with another woman. Bitterness with her marriage has distanced her from her son and she's battling a development company that wants to purchase her family's land in order to build a golf course. She takes a trip to Spain and upon her return, she is a different woman. Hence, she is "starting over".
I NEVER READ THE BOOK,AND THERE ARE NO CASSETTES WITH IT,I DON'T WHERE THAT COME FROM,
Robin Pilcher, bestselling author of AN OCEAN APART, returns readers to contemporary Scotland, where the "simple" life has grown somewhat more complicated, but the shortest distance between lonely hearts will always be love.
Sometimes the hardest thing in life is to live it. (back cover)
"Robin Pilcher, bestselling author of "An Ocean Apart", returns readers to contemporary Scotland, where the "simple" life has grown somewhat more complicated, but the shortest distance between lonely hearts will always be love..."