The protagonist is Kasey, a red-headed Aussie nurse with a traumatic past. She moves halfway around the world and ends up working in a hospital in Bigelow Bay. There she meets police officer, Frank, who turns out to be one heck of a sweet guy. He helps her find her way through a scary past and also her PTSD. In the process, they fall in love.
This was a sweet but sad story with a lovely plot that kept my interest until the very end. Frances brought a lot of humor to the storyline, and her references to Australia piqued my interest. I seriously need to go out and find me some Tim Tams. They sound delicious. As for the vegemite…um…no.
What really impressed me about this author was her descriptions. She used very few words and was still able to bring to life her settings. Heads up…Frank’s library is to die for! It’s easy to fall for a man with that kind of reading capability. Oh, and the reference to the Frozen song had my crying, I was laughing so hard. She included a link to the rock version at the end of the book. I clicked on it, and now I can’t get that song out of my head.
Needless to say, this was a great read, and I highly recommend it. FYI – the author is also a red-headed Australian nurse. Coincidence? I think not.