Stuck in a stressful job and trapped in a toxic relationship, paediatric oncology nurse Hope Rossi needs to run. When her cousin Courtney begs for her help, Hope is on the next bus to Macarthur Point – the quaint seaside fishing village that was home to her happiest childhood memories.
Veterinarian Mitchell Davis loves his life in Macarthur Point and loves caring for all creatures great and small at the animal hospital he proudly owns. After a troubled upbringing, he's finally found peace, people who love him unconditionally, and a place to call home.
When Hope comes back to town after fifteen years away, Mitch has no idea whether she'll still have feelings for him. Fearful of being hurt, Mitch has never admitted how he feels about Hope to anyone – not even her.
How can he hold onto Hope and convince her that staying in Macarthur Point doesn't mean giving up her freedom? Or should he take a risk and give up the life he's made for himself for a chance of love, even if that means leaving the one place he feels safe.
I really enjoyed this book. It was a very lovely read about second chance at love. I sat down and read it in one sitting.
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Fell in love with the characters
Loved the whole tale ~ didn’t put it down once