The storyline is basically what it says on the blurb, but there are several deeper issues involved, namely prejudice against travellers; underage drinking; challenging behaviour and pushing boundaries; living with someone who has bipolar disorder.
The story is lazily sweet. The hero is what everyone wants – good, hardworking, level-headed, non-judgmental, caring…Prince Charming without the princely title or lifestyle. But he’s lost and lonely and needs someone to rely on because his Mum certainly fails in that department.
Jenna was fairly shallow before the accident and since then has been mentally tied in knots over her disfigurement, unable to allow people to see beyond the scars because she would never have been able to. Cole helps her to cope and get back into society. He is her knight in shining armour. She, in her turn, is his steady rock.
A thoroughly lovely apples and cream, curl up and keep you warm book.