Rated 4.20/5 based on 10 reviews
Small town librarian Edwina Blair found herself stranded and alone In Edinburgh, Scotland. When the hotel clerk told her she no longer had a room, she fainted - right into the arms of a tall Scot standing behind her. Anxious to meet his fiance, Alex Dunneginm whisked Edwina off to his castle and that's when the trouble began. More
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About Patricia Strefling

Patricia Strefling, author of four published romance books, enjoys writing stories that inspire and encourage. She loves to travel and crochet and is currently working three new novels. Mother of three grown sons and five grandsons. Patricia lives with her husband in SW lower Michigan.

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Racheal Torty reviewed on Aug. 31, 2020

Patricia Strefling kept me a bit uncertain till the end of the book. I thoroughly enjoyed it. Edwina is such a relatable character. Great read.
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Ruth Torty reviewed on Aug. 10, 2020

Edwina is a story that is relatable. From Edwina's struggles in finding out what GOD wanted for her to taking a step in the unknown, this story is so amazing.
I enjoyed how it was a bit unpredictable.
Nice story.
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Belle11 reviewed on Oct. 8, 2018

I absolutely love this book and as a die hard romantic, I kept flipping the pages, awwing all along till the wonderful end!
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annie reviewed on April 29, 2017

Really a wonderful read with great characters and plot. Recommend it to everyone.
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zen reviewed on April 20, 2014

This book is good but not great for me.
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Bill Sanderson reviewed on Aug. 28, 2012

I really liked this book. The characters are somewhat frustrating but the very fact of that frustration means that the author has done what she is supposed to do - she's made me care about the characters. Fear of rejection and intimacy often make careful rational people miss opportunities for love and commitment. I'm looking forward to reading other books by Ms. Strefling.
(reviewed 39 days after purchase)
Ana Shea Ann reviewed on Jan. 28, 2012

The writing style of the book is exceptional. The author writes so well that it makes the character Edwina such a real person - while this is quite remarkable, it evokes such emotions of annoyance, irritation and disgust from the reader towards Edwina. You are reading and screaming you are so educated yet so totally dim-witted. It was rather irritating but it is good for authors to give us real characters who we see their very flaws so up close- it drags us away from the perfect fairy tale heroine expectation.

I absolutely loved the character of Spencer and I was more team Spencer than for anyone else. He was bolder than anyone else who had interest in Winnie and like real life you are left wondering why this one and not that one.
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Doris Holmes reviewed on Jan. 7, 2012

I enjoyed this story. A young woman who has no self esteem thinks her sister, who is a beauty, has more worth than she does. After being fired from her job as a librarian, she decides to take a job in Scotland with a Laird she met while visiting there. She prays a lot, but does not think she is worthy of any happiness. It all works out in the end
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samus38120 reviewed on Jan. 2, 2012

The story reads as if the author must be an elderly spinster. Her leading lady is afraid of everything, lacks any confidence and though she keeps saying she is "practical", she also lacks common sense. The crisis toward the end is precipitated by the worst act of negligence. The frequent prayers to God asking for help would be better directed if she just asked for some backbone and grew up.
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Leah Banicki reviewed on Dec. 30, 2011

A fantastic and inspiring read. A small town girl gets her own adventure in Scotland with and Laird, a modern tale with great characters that feel real as your own friends.
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