By Will North
Forty-year-old Nicola Rhys-Jones is a lady in hiding. Fleeing an abusive husband—fleeing, certainly, a life of actual and sexual abuse—she has discovered shelter in Boscastle, a tiny village at the stormy coast of Cornwall, England.
Andrew Stratton, an American professor of summary architectural conception, hasn't ever equipped a development. surprised out of his educational bubble while his formidable spouse leaves him, he indicators up for anything genuine and tangible: a weeklong direction within the paintings of creating conventional dry stone walls—in Boscastle.
From the instant they meet, Nicola and Andrew are interested in one another but additionally are at daggers drawn. Nicola, attractive but in addition thorny and sarcastic, is knowledgeable at warding off males, yet in Andrew she meets her fit: quick-witted, humorous, but light, he provides pretty much as good as he will get.
It takes a 9 year-old sprite who calls herself “Lee” to cause them to see the truths approximately themselves. And it takes a cataclysmic flash flood for Nicola and Andrew to hazard a moment likelihood at love.