Head back to Pride Oregon to find out what some of your favorite Jill Sanders’ characters are up to.
Sara Jordan has finally been given the chance to run The Golden Oar, a restaurant that’s been in her family for generations. But the sexy know-it-all carpenter that her uncle hired to make some changes, keeps getting in her way. She’ll have to use all her skills just to prove that she’s up to the task.
Parker was brought in to bring new life into the old building, but he’s hitting a brick wall with the owner’s niece and finding it harder to get past her cold exterior to the soft woman he wants to hold onto.
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A good read
I don’t normally write reviews but I really liked this book. It was well written except for a few minor errors (just valid words that were skipped by spell check). I have read books by this author in the past and liked those as well.
This book is AMAZING it had me wanting more
Almost Four Stars
I liked the story, but have some criticisms. There are spelling errors and grammatical errors that had me having to read lines over to decipher them. The use of pronouns was terrible. The word ‘she/her’ or ‘he/him’ is used several times in the same sentence yet each one referred to a different person, making it difficult to follow who ‘she’ is. This is the first book I’ve read in this series and there were too many characters that I felt I was supposed to know, so I’m not sure if that’s just the way the author writes. Some parts could have been developed more, and others had too many things going on. All in all, I felt as if I were reading a new author getting her feet wet. But I will also say that I like the story a lot. I just feel it needed a better editor.