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Publisher Description

-an Eagle Cove romance-

In the heart-warming conclusion to the Eagle Cove series:

Tiffany Mills hides a secret about the small Oregon Coast town of Eagle Cove. The line between her past and her present grows blurred. Until, with her life as a recluse threatened, she must defend her beloved homestead in the woods.

Devin Robison wants nothing to do with women, at least for now. He needs a summer as far away from his past as he can get.  The opposite of Chicago? A renovation job on a remote Oregon lighthouse keeper’s cottage feels just perfect.

But when their pasts collide and their present unfolds, they both discover the  Keepsake for Eagle Cove.

August 30
Buchman Bookworks, Inc.
Buchman Bookworks, Inc.

Customer Reviews

Carol M Smith ,

M. L. Buchman's Keepsake for Eagle Cove

Welcome to Eagle Cove, Oregon!!!
Tiffany Mills has been living their for three years deep in
the woods. She has built a well equipped yurt. She has
huge gardens, a flock of goats tended by her dog, chickens,
a rooster and a yurt cat. Tiffany is very quiet and shy
keeping mainly to herself.
Then a carpenter, Devin Robison arrives in Eagle Cove to
renovate the lighthouse keeper cottage to house guests to
the Cove.
Then they meet!!! They are vivid and well developed
characters sharing undeniable chemistry. Both have secrets
that they need to overcome from their pasts in order to
learn to live full lives.
The supporting characters are colorful adding the right
amount of entertainment and drama to the story.
Captivating and extremely well written, the story
blends the right amounts of mystery, adventure, humor
with romance. The imagery is stunning making the reader
feel as if they are right along side the characters.
I highly recommend reading this story.
This book is # 4 in the Eagle Cove series. It can be read
as a stand alone. This is the first book I read by this
author but looking forward to reading more of his works.
Thank you to the author for this eBook. My opinion is my own.

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