Her simple friendship helps pull him out of grief. But he doesn't know she's a movie star—and she knows he can't expose his family to the spotlight of fame.
Single father and widower Ryan Howard has zero interest in the movie being filmed in Pine Harbour or the high maintenance stars staying in the cottages at the end of his lane. He's just barely holding on to the raw remains of his life and the fantasy world being concocted around him is, as far as he's concerned, a complete waste of time and energy. The one bright light in his life is an intern on the set, and their quiet conversations at the end of the day on his back porch.
Hope Creswell hates her life, too, which is entirely unfair because she's blessed beyond measure. She's at the top of her acting career, a Hollywood A-list star, and surrounded by people that mean well. But Ryan makes her laugh, and cry, and before she can explain her double life, he kisses her.
This author writes very well. Strong characters, story has depth, sweetness, wisdom, maturity.
Ryan and Holly
Sweet, sweet story. Holly was such a breath of fresh air for Ryan and all the stages of guilt and grief he was experiencing. I loved the book. Wish it would’ve kept going, I didn’t want it to end.
Love on a spring morning
Great story line with believe able characters that touch the heart strings