It’s Christmastime in Compass Cove and love is in the air…
With her well-connected Long Island family, an exciting job as a London art dealer, and a brilliant, attentive boyfriend, Natalie Miller’s life was golden. Until it wasn't. No one knows about the anxiety that drives her, the loyalty forcing her to make impossible choices, or the secrets consuming her. Now back in Compass Cove, Natalie is fielding questions from her family about what brought her home and longs for the life—and the love—she left behind.
University professor and aristocrat James Phillips prides himself on understanding people, so it mystifies him when the love of his life leaves London—and him—without explanation. When an opportunity to work at a small college in Natalie’s backyard arises, James jumps at the chance to move across the pond, willing to do whatever it takes to win back the heart of the woman he loves.
Can the magic of Compass Cove at the most wonderful time of the year help James and Natalie find their way back to each other?
Christmas is the perfect time to fall back in love.
When Natalie broke up with James and left London, to move
back to New York, James was left wondering what happened. When he was offered a temporary job on Long
Island, he jumped didn’t think twice about it. He took the job hoping he would
be able to see Natalie again.
After an incident at the art gallery that Natalie worked at,
she had no choice but to go back home.
She wasn’t allowed to tell anyone about what really happened that night
at the gallery, not even James. Natalie was now starting her life over in her home
town of Compass Cove. The day she sees
James, she couldn’t believe her eyes.
What was he doing there? Even
though her feelings for him were still strong, she knew they couldn’t be
together. But James still loves Natalie
and he will do whatever it takes to get her back.
I enjoyed returning to the Compass Cove series. As always, it’s fun to see what the characters from past books are up to, but learning about new love interests is always the best. I really enjoyed Compass Cove at Christmas. It seemed like such a magical place.