Sometimes the love we need the most is that which we give to ourselves.
With a thriving physical therapy practice, it’s easy for Allanah to lose herself in her work. But when the sudden death of her best friend sends her reeling, she is forced to rethink her priorities. Guilted into a blind date by her best friend’s widower, she never suspects for a moment how much one meal will change her life. Quickly romanced by the handsome Scot, Allanah easily lets him into her life. But as her feelings grow, so does her fear. For her new love holds a secret. One she knows she must learn before she can ever really know him.
Plagued by his past, Ross knows that he will never love another again. But when a date he never wanted takes him by surprise, his plans for his life take a turn. It doesn’t take long for the lass to soften his scarred heart, but as new love blossoms, so do the memories of his past. Desperate to hold on to her, Ross vows to keep his secret from her, unaware of how much she already sees.
Will Allanah’s love be enough to make Ross trust her? Will Ross’ past remain in the past? Or will history repeat itself, causing them both to lose yet another person they love?
Loved this book and all the others in the series. Love the author!
Another great installment of Morna’s Legacy
I enjoyed this installment of Morna’s Legacy Series. I was happy when we heard that Bethany Claire was going to give us the rest of Ross’ story. Ross is a man from the past living in present day Boston. He carries a lot of emotional baggage and does not forgive himself the sins of his past. After suffering the loss of a dear friend he meets a woman that he could spend the rest of his life with. The characters in this story are strong and easy to relate to. I’m always sad to get to the end of the book and anxiously await the next book.
Love Beyond Boundaries is a great continuation of the Morna series. Ross and Allanah’s Journey is a page turner. The story is captivating and hard to put down once started. I love the redemptive love that takes place. Bethany wrote flawlessly and the story was well worth the wait!