"Life is too short for Egrets!"
Lots and lots of bird references in this story. Yes, all you bird watchers and bird lovers... this is a romance written just for you! If you're not a fan of birds maybe not so much. I liked it... definitely something different to offer than your traditional romance and I'm always on board for something fresh and new.
Wren comes home to Birdseye from Chicago to settle her father's estate after he died. He left her a letter inside their old bird journal they made together on a bird watching journey. I found her father's words very touching. Her close connection to her dad and his love for her was very clear. My favorite part of the story I think because I know what it feels like to have lost a parent.
She meets Laurence and suddenly finds a new reason to re-connect with her childhood home. Laurence is just a sweet, good ole' boy... and you can't help but like this guy. He was also dealing with a loss of his own. So, I guess you could say, "Birds of a feather flock together"... sorry, can't help it. My mind is now full of birdisms... :)
I would recommend this to fans of slow moving sweet romances who like a nice HEA. I thought it was a nicely written debut novel for this author.
ARC was provided in exchange for an honest review