Review: Open Water by Sophia Soames (Scandinavian Comfort #2)


Note: An advanced reader copy (ARC) was provided by the author via LesCourt ARC Team.

Three books in and Sophia Soames has further entrenched herself in my list of go-to authors because her storytelling is in a class all its own. With Open Water, the second in her Scandinavian Comfort series, doesn't disappoint, giving readers a story they can take their time with while not only getting to know the cast of characters and becoming immersed in the tale they have to tell, but also becoming invested in their lives and loves.

Soames's main characters are, as usual, multi-layered and with such depth, flaws and all. I loved how these two couples--Tom and Lukas and Max and Matteo--were so different yet shared similarities as well, proving that developing and nurturing a relationship has very little to do with how old the people in the relationship are (Tom and Lukas are in their thirties and Max and Matteo are teenagers). This was a beautifully written love story about finding forgiveness, falling in love, and that family is more than about blood. Five-plus stars for Open Water! ♥

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Read my reviews for the Scandinavian Comfort series:


Little Harbour - five stars - My Review

Open Water - five-plus stars - My Review (posted above)

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Date Read: 24 July 2019

Learn more about Sophia Soames.

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