A lot can change in six years. The last time Dylan Scott was in Brogan’s Point, he was a nobody. Now he’s rich and famous. But he still has memories of the charming seaside New England town where he’d spent one unforgetable night with Gwen Parker, a local shop clerk who’d wanted nothing more than a no-strings-attached fling. Six years later, she’s still in town—only now she owns the shop. She’s practically engaged to be married. And she’s got a five-year-old daughter who looks an awful lot like Dylan.
One thing hasn’t changed in Brogan’s Point: the antique jukebox in the Faulk Street Tavern. It still plays oldies, and those oldies can still cast spells over the tavern’s patrons. When the jukebox plays “Angel of the Morning,” a plaintive ballad about love without commitment, Dylan and Gwen realize that walking away from what they’d once had might have been the biggest mistake of their lives. Now, six years later, is it too late to make things right?
Angel of the Morning
I read the complete series in a week!
The storylines are bittersweet. With twist and turns. Each story surrounded by a magic jukebox. The main theme remains the same.
The bartender Gus and the towns Police Detective Ed Nolan anchor each storyline. The small New England town is painted in words that make you want to move there.
I could smell the ocean, see the sunsets feel the closeness of each and every nuisance of the town and it’s inhabitants.
Delightful series. I am left with memories, like a vacation, you never want to end.
Janet K Sumpter
La Mirada CA