“The Last Way Home” by Liz Johnson
Book Two in Prince Edward Island Shores Series
Review copy from the publishers/Revell Reads
My Rating: 5 out of 5 Stars
About the book:
A disgraced former NHL player and a local artist are thrown together when her pottery studio burns to the ground on the day he returns to Prince Edward Island. But as they work together to rebuild, their secrets will come out, putting even their hearts on the line.
I loved it! Liz Johnson writes some amazing books, and this was no exception. It was such a treat to return to Prince Edward Island and spend time with familiar and new characters, both.
The Last Way Home is a prodigal-son story, and oh was it phenomenal. There were so many beautiful aspects woven into the pages, and my heart was touched more than once. I also teared up more than once, it was just so good. Beautifully written, with exceptional characters that were flawed, yes, but wonderfully real and redeemed.
Violet and Eli were amazing. I’m not even kidding. I loved getting to know each of them and seeing and understanding how their stories were shaped and affected, and how they grew together too. The healing and love they both found was truly well done, and I just enjoyed every minute spent inside these pages among these fantastic characters.
Great depth, warmth, and fantastic characters – I definitely recommend this book as well as this series <3
I received a complimentary copy of the book from the publishers. I was not required to write a positive review, and all thoughts expressed are entirely my own.