The book, though not my idea of good fiction, is good enough for a light read. The author paints a beautiful setting as an Oregon coast village with charming characters and enchanting scenery. The plot itself is predictable and yawn-inducing, but the characters are real and likable.
If a vacation to the coast isn't in your summer itinerary, pick up a copy of this book instead. It's almost as good as the real thing.
From the Publisher:
After a devastating layoff, attorney Eric Nash heads back to the town where he grew up--only to discover that his childhood home is being transformed into a bed & breakfast. Instead of plotting his next career move in peace, he's constantly distracted by noise, chaos--and BJ Stevens, the attractive but prickly blonde architect and construction chief who's invaded the house with her motley crew.
As for BJ, her client's son might be handsome, but after a disastrous romance, dating isn't high on her agenda. Yet when they join forces to create a program for Hope Harbor seniors, might they also find healing, hope, and a new beginning themselves?
Three-time RITA Award winner Irene Hannon takes readers back to Hope Harbor for a new season of charm, romance, and second chances