If you were a fan of "The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society", a most wonderful book, than you will like "Letters from Skye". Set in two time periods WWI and WWII you follow two stories that are intertwined by reading letters from the characters involved.
As I first started this book I really thought that the author was trying too hard to be like the Guernsey book and I almost gave up on reading it. But I hung in there and became absorbed in the story: in the mystery of what happened to the young man who went to war in the Great War and was never heard of again after being captured, and why the main character is estranged from her family on the Isle of Skye for all these years.
It has been awhile since I read it so the names of the characters escape me. I do remember how it turned out, but won't reveal that and spoil the story for you. I do know it's a book I would read again and may do so if my book club chooses to read it.