The Cottage Review


The Cottage

by Michael Phillips

416 pages

Genre:  Fiction

“Michael Phillips Continues His Sweeping Shetland Islands Saga
When Loni Ford is informed that she has inherited property in the Shetland Islands, she laughs. She wants nothing more than to sell it and be done with it. But when she arrives in the North Sea enclave, she is stunned to find that “the Cottage” is not at all what she expected, nor is David Tulloch, the man most of the islanders believe to be the rightful heir.” (Goodreads)

This book came in a time that was very busy.  It took me sometime to really get going on it.  Not to mention the Celtic dialect was really hard to read! 🙂   Loni has inherited property that is really unclear in the beginning how she came to be the next in line for it.  Pretty quickly into the book though the story goes back in time via a journal left by her grandfather and starts to plug in pieces of the puzzle.  Loni is thrown many curves during the time that she is trying to find out who she is as a person but also in trying to figure out her family roots.

I really enjoyed this book with it’s mystery and romance all mixed together.  I am looking forward to possibly a third book in this series.



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