Chances are, you never know what story might be in the very next chapter . . .
When recently divorced Allie Barrett receives a letter notifying her that she’s inherited her deceased uncle’s home and fishing charter business in Oregon, she quickly decides the coastal town of Pacific Bay might be the perfect place to start over and raise her eleven-year-old son. But her high hopes are dashed when she discovers the quaint home on the bay is really a ramshackle dump in severe need of renovation and the fishing charter is a run-down business requiring an infusion of financial capital she does not have. Worse, the town mayor and her son are her competition and employ extreme measures to block her success.
With a surprise money source in hand, and the help of a no-nonsense widower who offers the love she’s always wanted, Allie finally finds things turning around in her favor. In fact, her story might just have a happy ending . . . that is, until her good-for-nothing ex, Deacon Ray, shows up and complicates matters.
This heartfelt story is filled with charm and quirky, fun characters and is sure to please fans of Susan Mallery and Susan Wiggs. The perfect beach read!
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Good book. I love happy endings.
Total Rip Off
This book sounded familiar as I read through it. It is a total rip off of the James Garner-Sally Field movie, Murphy’s Romance.
Divorced younger woman takes son and moves to a new area to start over. Meets a slightly older man in whom she becomes interested.
The husband she divorces tracks her down and creates problems in her new love interest.
Right down to the last lines, Im in love for the last time in my life and I’m in love for the first time in my life.
🙄🙄🙄How did this make it through a review before publishing?
Good story with good characters. I enjoyed the book. Thanks, G