Phoebe Ross has come to the Scottish Oceans Institute in St. Andrews, Scotland for one reason, and one reason only – as a stepping stone to a research post in the North Pacific.
At least, that’s what she keeps telling herself. It has nothing to do with her broken heart, a feeling that she is cursed and a desire to run away from everything familiar. Nothing at all.
Mark is starting afresh in California. He is supposed to be living the dream – so why does it not feel like cloud nine? When a family emergency calls him back to Scotland, will he get the closure he needs to move on?
A story of albatrosses and attraction, ambition and heartache, this is the second in the Found in Fife series.
Such great reviews already coming in for this story of second chance love:
I loved the ease of the writing and how well it flowed. The relationship between the two MCs was heartbreaking and heart warming in equal measures. I found myself tearing up a number of times as the topics of loss and heartbreak came up. The setting was beautiful and wonderfully described. I love that Hutchins weaves her romances around the brutal realities of life and mental health. Excited for the next book in the Found in Fife series.