From the USA Today bestselling master of small-town sagas comes the third book in the Blue Harbor series.
Maddie Conway has always dreamed of opening her own bakery, but following in the footsteps of her three successful sisters is turning out to be a lot of pressure. Overwhelmed and behind schedule, Maddie agrees to let her father's girlfriend lend a hand, until she realizes that help has come in the form of shameless matchmaking. Now Maddie is stuck with Blue Harbor's resident bad boy as her contractor, and before long he's putting more questions into her mind than whether the walls should be blue or yellow…
Cole McCarthy knows his reputation in town, and it's one of many reasons he plans to leave first chance he gets. Hard work helps take his thoughts off his troubles, but he's struggling to keep his mind from drifting to the sweet and pretty owner of the bakery. Keeping to himself has become his way, but working side by side to bring Maddie's dream to life makes Cole start to wonder if there's something to be said for small-town community, friendship, and maybe…something more.
With a spoonful of setbacks and a dash of heartache along the way, Maddie soon discovers that there are many surprises that come with starting her own bakery, and that the path to a happily ever after isn't quite as easy to follow as one of her beloved recipes, but it might turn out to be just as sweet.