It's You - Jane Porter

It's You

By Jane Porter

  • Release Date: 2015-06-02
  • Genre: Fiction & Literature
Score: 5
From 12 Ratings


From the USA Today bestselling author of the Brennan Sisters novels comes a heartwarming story about finding love and strength, even in the darkest moments…
In the wake of a tragedy that tore her life down to the foundations, Dr. Alison McAdams has lost her way. So when she’s summoned to Napa to care for her ailing father, she’s not sure she has anything to offer him—or anyone else.
What Ali finds in Northern California wine country is a gift—an opportunity to rest, and distance from her painful memories. Most unexpectedly, she finds people who aren’t afraid of her grief or desperate for her to hurry up and move on.
As Ali becomes part of her father’s community, makes new friends of her own, and hears the stories of a generation who survived the Second World War, she begins to find hope again. In a quest to discover the truth about another woman’s lost love, she sets off on a journey across oceans and deep into history. And in making sense of that long-ago tragedy, Ali is able to put together the broken pieces of her heart and make new choices that are right for her.


  • A different side of Jane Porter

    By kristylof
    It's You isn't your normal Jane Porter novel, however it is a really good read. The book centers around two different love story's with tragic endings. Dr Alison McAdams has lost her Fiancée over a year ago but hasn't been able to heal from it. While visiting her fathers retirement community she meets Edie who lived in the middle of the Second World War and fell in love with a member of the German resistance. Ali finds a routine while visiting her father and after hearing Edie's stories she decides to go to Germany, while there she begins to heal from her lost love and realizes she has a lot to live for and a long life to live. After she returns home and goes back to work she starts realizing she was happier being close to her dad. It's you has a lot of history in it which usually isn't for me but I truly enjoyed it. I enjoyed how well written Ali's grief was of losing her love. There was a passion behind it that makes it feel like you are there. I also liked how Ali learned to live through her grief and move on with her life.