All work and no play, museum curator and fundraiser extraordinaire Rose Preston knows art-not fish. When her grandfather convinces her to manage his charity fishing tournament, she hesitantly agrees. But she's tempted to dip her line in the water after hooking bachelor, Logan Buchanan. With a gala to plan and a tournament to oversee, can she reel in her prize catch, or will she have to let him be the one that got away?
"You can't go wrong with a Chris Keniston book!" RaeAnne Thayne, New York Times bestselling author of the Haven Point series.
"Small town, big family, and mismatches that will steal your heart! Delightful!" Roxanne St. Claire, New York Times bestselling author of the Dogfather Series.
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Come and stay in one of the quaint and cozy cottages at Hart Land—but be warned, once you meet the family and delightful cast of characters, you may never want to leave.
Fiona Hart is the devoted matriarch. Elegant, wise, and arts patron, but despite all her efforts, she has yet to find her own artistic outlet. Lucy isn’t just a housekeeper, she’s part of the family. She also fancies herself a real life Dolly Levy, except she’s much better at cooking up trouble than the perfect match. Innkeeper and retired general Harold Hart believes in hard work, discipline, and whatever his beloved wife wants. Katie O’Leary runs the One Stop, makes the best Irish soda bread this side of the Blarney Stone, and no one is quite sure if it’s more than her baking that has the magic touch. Did we mention the Harts have nine granddaughters?
Having grown up spending summers together on the lake, the cousins are as close as sisters—closer. Each woman knows there’s no place like Hart Land. They can always count on their grandfather’s gruff, their grandmother’s sage advise, Lucy’s fresh baked cookies, Katie’s inspiration, the calming scent of fresh air—and each other
Look for more in the Hart Land Lakeside Inn series:
Heather - book one
Lily - book two
Violet - book three
Iris - book four
Hyacinth - book five
Rose - book six
Callytrix - book seven
Zinnia - book eight
Poppy - book nine
Picture Perfect - book ten
I love all of the books in this series Rose so far is my favorite. With the excitement with the dam breaking it added a little action and suspense.
This book has many sections of pointless banter between characters and lines of text that add nothing to the story line and is truly boring. Sub plot lines are dropped instead of followed through by the characters thoughts, actions or conversation so you are left feeling the story is unresolved.
Fishing for Love
The Hartland Series features a retired General, his wife and their lovely granddaughters. Each one is finding love in a different way, aided by the General and his dogs, Lady and Sarge. This story tells of Rose, a busy curator for an Art museum in Boston who is assisting with a competitive fishing tournament held on the lake where the family resort property is located. One of the contestants is a tall Texan who gets hooked. Great story of romantic and family love. Enjoying this series.