Angus and Domenica, settling into married life, must contend with an unsettling visit from Antonia. She is accompanied by Sister Maria-Fiore dei Fiori di Montagna, a nun from the convent where Antonia has been staying. And Bertie becomes seven and finally gains some freedom from his smothering mother.
I can never get enough of Alexander McCall Smith’s wonderful characters and gentle philosophy. The books leave me feeling soothed, comforted, smiling. Although this is book nine in the series, it can stand alone and is highly recommended for all ages.
eGalley review Publication date 02.17.15