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Lilly never wanted to fall in love. The examples she had growing up didn't exactly endorse the forever kind of love. She made sure not to settle down and had a job that kept her traveling. She visits her father and finds out Iain is home and not doing so well. She decided that she was going to take him on as a project. She refused to let him continue to wallow in depression. The more time she spends helping him the more she falls for him. She sees that there is so much more there than a wounded hero. She sees glimpses of who he truly is. He challenges her views on love too. She starts wanting her happily ever after with him. Can she get past all the barriers he has to touch his heart? Will she be able to convince him they are meant to be? Or will she go back to her life the way it was before?
Iain is the local island hero. He fears that he will never live up to their hero worship. He fears that he isn't the man his father wanted him to be. He feels he is damaged and would rather keep to himself than deal with the image others have of him. Then Lilly shows up and breaks down the walls of his self imprisonment. She lightens his life even if she makes changes he doesn't necessarily agree with. Pretty soon the two of them settle into a nice routine. He enjoys her company and he desires to be more than friends...but he doesn't feel worthy of it. He can't help the fact that she has melted his heart. Can he get past things and be with her? Or will he continue to feel unworthy and miss out on true happiness?
I also enjoyed Lilly's father. He was a good man. I liked the relationship between them as well. I liked Lilly a lot because she refused to let Iain wallow. I didn't like some of her actions though. I liked Iain because he was a good man. He really was hero even though he couldn't see it. I felt bad for him at times. I was very glad that he had Lilly in his life. I will definitely read another book in this series sometime soon.
This is a story about not giving up on anyone, even if they don’t want to be helped at that time. It is about a wounded soldier who has PTSD. Lily had lost someone before to depression and she vowed not to loss anyone else if she could help it.
Lily Graham was a photographer and she had come home to visit her father. The Lord of the Isles, Iain McPherson was trying to drown his depression in whiskey, but cheerful Lily wouldn’t let him. Then after sometime, Lily left and Iain finally get things together and the Isles were growing again and people were happy. The ending will take you by surprise, so set down with a cup of coffee and enjoy.
Ian lost his dad and all his past demon come back to haunt him and decoded to loose himself but with help of lovely Lily might he have a change of heart
I absolutely loved Lily and Ian story.... I kinda reminds of me of a twist of beauty and the beast. I lived seeing Ian being healed by Lily and she also healed too. Great writing by this author . A+++++++