Another wonderful addition to Rachael Johns repertoire and the second in the Rose Hill series. Fergus McWilliams has taken a teaching contract for a few months in the small country community of Walsh to escape a broken engagement and betrayal but Tabitha Cooper Jones didn’t expect sparks to fly with her nephews new teacher. Even though this is a 2nd in the series, there is no problem with reading this as a stand alone book. What I loved most about this storyline is the fact there was the attraction and sparks that few between the two major characters and no major angst misunderstanding. Okay, you have to have some tension but it was resolved without being drawn out. I find I’m getting less tolerant of silly misunderstandings as I’m getting older, so it’s always refreshing to read one without it. Well rounded characters and I’m hoping there will be a third in the series...I can even think of someone I’d like to know more about.....she needs a bit of love. Thank you to Natgalley and the publisher for a copy to read.