A burned-out trauma doctor at a crossroads returns home to help out at a small-town family practice, a coffee shop owner with a second chance at living, is she just what the doctor needs?
Doctor Adam Sinclair is at a crossroads, burned-out and searching, after losing a young patient he felt he should have been able to save. He returns home to Sunset Beach searching for a way out of the dark hole he’s found himself sinking into. He agrees to help out at his mentor’s small-town family practice, a lot different than the fast-paced trauma units he’s used to. He’s not sure what life holds for him. But when he moves into a rundown beach cottage he plans to renovate and meets the ray of sunshine that is his new neighbor, his life will never be the same…
Rosie Olsen nearly died and has been given a second chance at living and she is doing that full force. Spreading joy and smiles with her coffee shop and homemade muffins and other pastries, she is on a mission to change lives. But when the good-looking doctor moves in next door to her she spots a chance to help change his life.
She’s just not counting on how he will change her life. And make her want things she isn’t sure she can handle.
Can love find a way…will they risk their hearts?
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I think Rosie and Adam's relationship is sweet. Rosie is a cancer survivor and spreads joy to everyone around her through smiles/kindness and her pastries. Adam blamed himself because he couldn't save the little kid that died even though he did everything he could to try and save that little kid's life. Poor kid and the kid's family! Poor Adam too! I cried throughout this book for its sweet and it's heartwarming. I recommend this book to anyone who loves to read stories with romance that are heartwarming and healing!