Review of The Garden of Little Rose by Suzanne Snow
For love to grow, Flora will have to first dig up the past.
At a hen party on the remote Scottish island of Alana, Flora is dared to ask a handsome stranger to be her plus-one for the wedding. When the gorgeous Mac accepts her invite, she assumes he’s joking and thinks nothing more of it… Until he turns up at the church on the wedding day.
But Mac has an agenda. He wants to hire her skills as a horticulturist to restore the gardens at Róisín House, his home back on Alana. Flora knows she should refuse – Mac has ‘heartbreaker’ written all over him – but she can’t resist uncovering the tragic truth behind the garden at Róisín.
What a delicious mixture of peaceful island, gardens and coast, and heated chemistry between the two main characters.
I warmed to Flora immediately, but I warmed to Mac even more. What a gorgeously sexy fella.
This was a smouldering slow burn romance in the most glorious setting. A real Scottish escape.
About the Author
Suzanne writes contemporary, romantic and uplifting fiction with a strong sense of setting and community connecting the lives of her characters. When she's not writing or spending time with her family, she can usually be found in a garden or looking to the landscape around her for inspiration.
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