The Poet of Loch Ness

The Poet of Loch Ness How far would you go to make your lover s dreams come true Spirited Perdita Miggs is thrilled when her bland marine biologist husband Perry gets a grant to spend the summer studying Loch Ness Home t

  • Title: The Poet of Loch Ness
  • Author: Brian Jay Corrigan
  • ISBN: 9780312329310
  • Page: 189
  • Format: Hardcover
  • How far would you go to make your lover s dreams come true Spirited Perdita Miggs is thrilled when her bland marine biologist husband, Perry, gets a grant to spend the summer studying Loch Ness Home to her alma mater, Scotland is also the place where seventeen years ago Perdita fell in love with Highland poet Andrew Macgruer At the bed and breakfast where Perdita and PeHow far would you go to make your lover s dreams come true Spirited Perdita Miggs is thrilled when her bland marine biologist husband, Perry, gets a grant to spend the summer studying Loch Ness Home to her alma mater, Scotland is also the place where seventeen years ago Perdita fell in love with Highland poet Andrew Macgruer At the bed and breakfast where Perdita and Perry are staying lives an eccentric pair of sisters, Kira and Catitl n Among the unexpected guests are Breton Trent, Kira s old flame, and Andrew, whose allure has only improved with age Recognizing in Kira s thwarted love an example of her own, Perdita works to bring the couple together again In the process she finds herself growing ever closer to Andrew Perry s subsequent anguish, however, incidentally coincides with an illness that seems to affect her heart As three sets of love triangles hurtle toward final conclusions, the marine biologist s quest for the legendary creature of Loch Ness becomes the central metaphor for the secrets that glide beneath the surface of us all.

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    1. A hauntingly beautiful love story. I find myself thinking of this story periodically - and it's been over a year since I read it. I was intrigued from the moment they arrived in Scotland and couldn't stop reading until I'd unraveled what was truly going on with all the charactersd had a good cry at the end. This is one book I will definitely hang on to.

    2. What a different book. I was really intrigued by it to find out what was going on! But it wasnt terribly satisfying. I didnt like the end. Very lyrical style of writing.

    3. In "The Poet of Loch Ness", Perdita and Perry Miggs head to Scotland on a grant that he receives to study the Loch Ness monster. Does she exist or doesn't she? Scotland is a place that holds a fond place in Perdita's memory, from her year at St. Andrew's and her love Andrew McGruger. She is feeling stale in life and is looking for Scotland to rekindle something for her. They are staying with the Shaw sisters in their boarding house for the summer.There are numerous stories of love throughout thi [...]

    4. I'm always glad to read a book as well-written as The Poet of Loch Ness. Brian Jay Corrigan does well weaving a dark thread of mystery through the story. Just enough to keep the reader wanting to solve it and turn the page. The mystery is integrel. Perry and Perdita leave their home in the states to go to Scotland where Perry has a grant to study the marine life along the shores of Loch Ness. But the reader will pick up on clues that all is not what it seems. At times the dark elements had me gu [...]

    5. This was a quick read, but an extremely unrealistic storye concept of "love is not jealous" is woven throughout the story, but the ending left me incredibly unsatisfied. However, Corrigan's style of writing made me not want to put the book down.

    6. Corrigan has a way with words. Very poetic in style of writing - the balance and rhythm of the sentences. The storyline is very good, and it was not what predicted. Very good read, though a little slow in the beginning.

    7. I really liked this book once I figured out the Scottish way of speaking. Some of the lines in this novel read like sweet poetry. It's obvious that the author is a true romantic and the end comes together like a sad song.

    8. It is worth the read once you find out what her husband sacrafices for her happiness and why.

    9. The first half was good, then it seemed like the author was bored with his own story and spice mitt up for himself. Smut was unnecessary. Ending stunk

    10. Absolutely beautiful. I first read this book years ago and have read it a few times since then, I just love love love this book, it never gets old!

    11. For some reason this book really stuck with me. Even years later I catch myself thinking of it. I'm haunted I suppose. =)

    12. Very easy and poetic novel. The prose is lovely, with clear descriptions and lyrical flow. The story is captivating. The characters are well developed.

    13. A gorgeously written book that celebrates the beauty of Scotland. The characters and romance seemed almost too perfect but I'm a little cynical so it may have been just me.

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