Love is the last thing on Jack Harrington's mind when he sets out to meet Andi Walsh's flight. Recently back to work after spending more than a year tending to his comatose wife, Jack is focused on getting through each day and caring for his three daughters. However, the moment he sets eyes on Andrea Walsh, the interior designer who has come to decorate the hotel his company is building in Newport, Rhode Island, Jack begins to wonder if Andi might be his second chance. After a disastrous marriage, Andi, single mom to a hearing-impaired son, isn't exactly looking for love, either, but that's what she finds with Jack.
The two embark on a long-distance relationship fraught with challenges as they balance the needs of their children and dueling careers while Jack continues to care for his wife, Clare. Just when Jack thinks his life is once again settled, he is confronted with a new challenge that tests him in ways he never could've imagined, leaving him to wonder if "happily ever after" is in the cards for him.
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Predictable but Good
It is a good read, story about second chances when you are not looking for one. It’s show how the secrets of life can make a serious impact on others, and how life throws curve balls. it is how we deal with them ad the forgiveness that we provide and receive that determine the future.
Hum, which series is better.
I just finished book 3 of this series, and to be honest, I liked The McCarthys of Gansett Island better. More likable characters, but then again, maybe all romance characters should not be likable, and give us somebody to scream at. Hum, so many thoughts, so little time. Oh, well, on to the next...