Sea Glass Sunrise by Donna Kauffman

Sea Glass Sunrise (The Brides Of Blueberry Cove)

 

SynopsisWhen 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”…

Includes a delicious wedding cake recipe!

I was given an advanced copy of this book to review by NetGalley

 

Review: I thoroughly enjoyed this story with all its twists and turns. From the get go I found myself rooting for Hannah and Calder. The three sisters, Hannah, Kerry, and Fiona could not be more different, and yet they each  have wonderful traits that are endearing. There are a couple of tastefully steamy episodes, but I found some of the language distasteful and not at all necessary, in my opinion. Having been born in Maine, I enjoyed the fact that Blueberry Cove is on the coast of Maine. Family issues are always front and center and allow the characters to learn to trust one another in the midst, difficult though that is at times. Who doesn’t love a great love story with a bit of craziness mixed in? I’m looking forward to the next book in the series! 

 

Bookishly yours,

Robin

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