In seaside Blueberry Cove, Maine, friends are just another word for family, and big-city politics take a backseat to local pride. But the real treasure on these shores is always love…
When D.C. lawyer Hannah McCrae heads home for her brother’s wedding, she’s dragging a lot of baggage along with her—and she doesn’t mean suitcases. Betrayed personally, and humiliated professionally, the last thing she wants is a new man. That’s fine with square-jawed, rugged contractor Calder Blue. He and Hannah may be wildly attracted to one another, but all he wants is to build the town’s hotly contested new yacht club and mend a centuries-old family feud. Yet thanks to resentments old and new, day after day the pair wind up tangled in each other’s business—and maybe soon in each other’s arms.
Every bride needs something “blue”…
Paperback, 368 pages
Expected publication: May 26th 2015 by Zebra
**I received an advanced copy of this book from the publisher via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. The expected publication is May 26 2015**
This is the story you read if you enjoy reading books about coming home. Do you enjoy stories about small towns? Yes it had that also. Romance? Of course. Sizzling bedroom scenes that don't take place in the bedroom? Included in the price of admission.
I believe that pretty much summed it up. This was a romance that was centered in a small town between two people who had their own emotional baggage and families to deal with. It does not stray from the typical romance formula however it does deliver on expectation within the genre.
Fans of this genre will not be disappointed in this story and will most likely, as I am, be invested enough to read further instalments in what I think will be part of a series.
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