Publication date: October 21, 2021
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Do you love someone enough to let them go?
It was love at first sight when talented art student Felicity “Flick” Johnston-Hart and Jim MacDuff’s worlds collided at Oxford University.
However, after years of blissful marriage, everything crashes down when their marriage comes to a painful and abrupt end, thanks to Flick’s interfering mother Penelope.
Finally succumbing to maternal pressure, Flick falls into the high-flying career her mother believed she was destined for.
However, she soon realises life without Jim isn’t all she’d hoped, and that some decisions, once made, cannot be undone.
Meanwhile, Jim is settling back into life as a single man in the beautiful Highland village of Shieldaig, when an unexpected visitor brings painful news. A letter from beyond the grave leads him to do something he never imagined and takes him on a journey he didn’t anticipate.
Can either of them heal and truly move on?
Or is it true that a broken heart can never be a blank canvas?
This book was previously published as Through the Glass.
Praise for Lisa Hobman:
‘I love it! – escape to the beautiful Isle of Skye with this feel-good, uplifting story of lost love and second chances…’ Holly Martin
‘Simply gorgeous. An uplifting story of two broken individuals trying to find the courage to take a chance on love again’ Jessica Redland
‘A really uplifting, feel-good read about hope, love and second chances, that really did warm my heart.’ Kim Nash
‘A gorgeous, heart-warming romantic journey, reminds us to never give up on love…’ Lucy Coleman
‘You will fall in love with this story of fresh starts and mending broken hearts’ Mandy Baggot
‘A heart-breakingly beautiful story of love and loss set in the stunning village of Glentorrin. Be prepared to fall in love over and over again.’ Nancy Barone
‘What a beautiful read this was. I was rooting for Juliette from the first page. Lisa handled some tough subjects with a delicate and deft touch. I’m ready to escape to Skye!’ Sarah Bennett