Eliza’s mother, Jeannie, unexpectedly dies when Eliza is only 17 years old. Fortunately, Eliza has the support of her two godmothers, Olivia and Maxie and her long-time friend Rose. Fast forward 23 years and Eliza loses her job and her apartment within hours of each other. Olivia invites Eliza to Scotland to surprise Maxie at her wedding.
Eliza’s mother wasn’t perfect…she was an alcoholic and had experienced some mental health problems. Jeannie had promised Eliza to tell her who her father was when she was 18, but Jeannie died before she could tell her. So, Eliza has questions for Olivia and Maxie. The truth about Eliza’s father was a shocker…I didn’t expect that at all.
This book was so heartwarming as Eliza found the family she yearned for in Olivia, Maxie, Rose and Sullivan, who was a delight! To say anymore, would spoil the book. It’s so true family is not necessarily the one you were born into but the one you find along the way.
I look forward to reading more from this author. Thank you to BookIshFirst and the publisher for the advanced copy; all thoughts and opinions are my own.