THE WINTER SEA
- Pub. Date: December 2010
- Publisher: Sourcebooks, Incorporated
- ISBN-13: 9781402241376
- ISBN: 1402241372
From the Publisher
The story of an epic love that transcends both time and place from award-winning author Susanna KearsleyCarrie McClelland came to Scotland to research her next book. Renting a cottage in the same town where her story takes place, Carrie embarks not only on her novel, but on a romance with her landlord’s handsome son, Graham Keith. When the boundary between past and present begins to blur, Carrie finds herself channeling memories not her own. Pulled deeper and deeper into the memories of the past, Carrie realizes these visions are more than the means to another bestselling novel, but also a way to right the wrongs of the past and create a future with the man whose love is her destiny.
SOURCE: THIS BOOK WAS RECEIVED FOR THE PURPOSE OF REVIEW FROM THE PUBLISHER AND DOES NOT EFFECT THIS REVIEW!
THE WINTER SEA by Susanna Kearsley is a historical fiction/romance set in present day Scotland and 1708 Scotland. It is well written with depth,details,twists and turns. It is an epic love story…It intertwines the present and past with interesting,heartbreaking,and enchanting characters. It has romance, love, passion for country,Scots,ancestry, suspense,destiny,betrayal,sacrifice,and the haunting tale of true love and sacrifice. Carrie goes to Scotland to research her next historical novel based on the 1708 Jacobite Rebellion and she finds so much more…..She has visions of things from the past, one of her ancestors,Sophia while writing her new novel. She learns of her families past, while engaging in her own future with someone similar to Sophia’s new love.This is an epic tale of love,history,romance and the drama of the past. This is a don’t miss historical full of tear jerking moments and a wonderful surprise at the end. I would highly recommend this book especially if you enjoy history, Scotland,romance, and an epic tale of love and sacrifice. This book was received for the purpose of review from the publisher and details can be found at Sourcebooks Landmark.
REVIEWED BY: April Renn