Lisa Marie Perry’s Meant to Be Mine is a story of returning home, and facing the preconceptions people have of you.
When Sofia Mercer’s aunt dies, she has no choice but to return to Cape Cod – the town that turned against her when she was a teenager. She may have been ill then, but she’s more than strong enough to face them now. Only the old memories she’d pushed aside, and the gossip that she faces on her return, impress upon her how quickly she needs to just pay her respects and then leave once more.
But her aunt has left her a quirky little boutique, and she bumps into Burke Wolf, an old friend, and sparks fly! The two of them were best friends and a shoulder to cry on for each other back then, and all of a sudden she’s strangely drawn towards staying…
I think what really resonated with me, was the fact that Sofia’s heart condition has really impacted on the way she lives her life now – and the way in which it colours her memories of the past. It can’t possibly be easy to have issues like this when growing up, but