Finding Fraser has some laugh-out-loud moments and some oh-my-god-girl-what-are-you-thinking! ones. I really wanted to see Emma's true love interest make more of an appearance in the story, but I also understand that he wasn't the point of the story. This is a romantic finding-yourself story, steeped in Scottish wanderlust, and any readers who still yearn to find their perfect match and fantasize about just getting away and starting over will love this story. Especially fans of the Outlander books!
July 2, 2013
Guest Book Review: Wanderlust by Skye Warren
I loved this book more than words can say. It brought so many emotions to the forefront; everything from excitement, to fear, to lust, and finally love. The characters are enigmatic and the plotline is fresh and exciting – plus a bit dark, just how I like it. I can’t even count how many people I have recommended it to.
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