"Small town, big family, and mismatches that will steal your heart! Delightful!" Roxanne St. Claire, New York Times bestselling author of the Dogfather Series.
Shenanigans and romance abound in the new Hart Land series from USA TODAY Bestselling Author Chris Keniston. Fall in love with the lakeside small town of Lawford, retired Marine Corps General Harold Hart, his artistic wife Fiona, matchmaking housekeeper Lucy, and his nine single granddaughters. Did we say single? Well not for long!
Boston cardiac surgeon Heather Preston has invested everything to achieve her dream of working at a world renowned hospital. When an unsettling call from her grandfather the retired general brings her back to her childhood lakeside home, she rediscovers the appeal of life in a small town, the joys of free-spirited youth—and Jake Harper.
After serving in the military, Jake Harper has returned home. The slower pace and neighborly spirit makes Lawford the perfect place to settle down. Pitching in may be second nature to the former Marine, but while helping out at Hart House he discovers things may not always be as they seem, especially one irresistible surprise—Dr. Heather Preston.
As a Special Bonus HEATHER includes a treat from Lily's Recipe Box!
Look for more in the Hart Land matchmaking series:
Heather - book one
Lily - book two
Violet - book three
Iris - book four
Hyacinth - book five
Rose - book six
and all the rest of the Hart Land granddaughters!
Fans of heartwarming romance and Chris Keniston's popular Farraday series will love Hart Land!
Customer ReviewsSee All
This was my first Chris Keniston book and I thoroughly enjoyed it! The characters were engaging and the underlying love of family came shining through. Can’t wait to read about the rest of the Hart clan.
I enjoyed all of the characters. Felt like a family I would be happy to know.
It was an excellent book & I would recommend to anyone who loves a good story. Well written but a few typographical areas where words were hard to read as other lines where printed over them. About 6 pages at least.