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Publisher Description

Maggie Mitchell returns to her hometown of Silver Bay expecting to bury her father, her past, and move on. But when Josh Harden, her high school sweetheart, shows up, her world gets turned around.


Drawn to Josh, but afraid of their history, Maggie’s head tells her she can handle things alone, but her heart says otherwise. 


Recognizing a second chance when he sees one, Josh is determined to win Maggie’s heart once more and show her that she can trust love and begin again.


The Silver Bay series

Book 1: Return to Silver Bay

Book 2: Loving Kate

Book 3: Saving Drew

GENRE
Romance
RELEASED
2016
March 1
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
213
Pages
PUBLISHER
Tule Publishing
SELLER
Tule Publishing Inc.
SIZE
875.5
KB

Customer Reviews

momof3boysj ,

a sweet read

A sweet romance with a woman learning about her past, reuniting with a lost love, and forgiveness. A wonderful read I'd recommend.

BookSnuggle ,

A Sweet and Inspirational Story

"Return to Silver Bay" by Lara Van Hulzen is book one in the "Silver Bay" series. This Maggie Mitchell and Josh Harden's story.

Josh and Maggie were sweethearts in high school, but due to circumstances things did not end well for them. Maggie had a difficult childhood and still struggles with issues from her past.

Maggie is back to take care of things since her father's death. During this time back home Maggie discovers some things that make her question everything she thought she knew about her life.

Maggie and Josh get reacquainted and they both still have feelings for each other. Will they be able to overcome the circumstances that tore them apart? Will the things Maggie discovered hold her back!

This is a sweet, clean, and inspirational story. Josh is so sweet and understanding with Maggie. I loved his character. The supporting characters are great too. I look forward to the next book in this series.

I received a copy of this book from Tule Publishing for an honest review.

straighttalker198 ,

Way too redundant

Was too long and the story didn't need to be that long! Not necessary to be 2x as long. Very repetitive and redundant

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