Family of His Own

Scott Abbott has always loved Isabelle Hawks. And he’s always been her rock. Patient, dependable, strong. But lately, she’s been acting like that rock is weighing her down. With her art career taking off, Isabelle has been spending less and less time in Indian Lake…and with him. Scott isn’t even sure what they are to each other anymore. They might be friends with a history, but it sure doesn’t feel like a future. Maybe it’s time for Scott to set her free and focus on his own dreams. A real home. A family. All the things he had hoped to share with her…

A review from author Mary Alford blog: “Sometimes it takes almost losing someone you love to realize how important they are to you. Such is the case in Family of His Own by Catherine Lanigan. Scott Abbott has been in love with Isabelle Hawks for a long time, but they have different plans for their lives. Scott wants to settle down in Indian Lake with Isabelle, but she is determined to make it as an artist, and to keep Scott as just a friend. Scott believes he has lost his chance with her when she turns down his proposal. He sets her free, letting her live her life the way she wants and go after her dream. Scott moves on, becoming a foster parent to two young children, and tries to accept that friendship is all there will ever be between himself and Isabelle. Soon, Isabelle, realizes no matter how happy she is that her dream is finally coming true, there’s still something missing from her life. Scott. Family of His Own, is a sweet love story about two friends finding their forever together. Filled with wonderful characters, and heart wrenching emotion, this story was impossible to put down until the end. I had to know what happened to Scott and Isabelle. Loved, loved, loved this book. Thank you, Catherine, for a great read.

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