Gavin Faulkner was the only doctor in the small South Carolina inner coastal town of Shadows Landing. He was used to patching up everything from fishing lures stuck in skin to gator bites. Nothing could surprise him anymore—except when he found an unconscious woman partially submerged near his dock after a fierce thunderstorm.
Ellery St. John’s last memory was of a bat swinging toward her head. The next thing she knew, she was cold, wet, and a sexy man was pressing his lips to hers. Too bad it turned out to be CPR instead of a passionate kiss.
Gavin thought Ellery would be safe in the small town where BBQ wars were the biggest danger, but he was wrong. Now it was up to him to help Ellery put the pieces together in order to discover who had tried to kill her and why before they both ended up at the bottom of the ocean.
Yet another amazing book. I just love how the family and town pull together to help Ellery and Gavin. The cousins off help without question and they grow closer and closer with the Davis bunch. What o would give to have a pie off between us the women of Keeneston and shadows Landing. That would be a story in and of itself.
Ellery has lost her memory after being thrown into the ocean and left to drown. When Gavin Faulkner the town Dr. rescues her out of the water, he immediately knows that he must protect her. Until Ellery's memory returns she must stay hidden in Shadows Landing unsure of who attacked her or even who she it. This small town is a long history of pirate ancestors and has no problem defending Ellery when her identity is revealed and her attacker comes to find her. With each of Kathleen's books it's hard not to fall a little bit in love with each of her quirky small towns, the outrageous residents, and the unique feeling of belonging. If it were possible I would have already packed my bags and moved to Shadow's Landing or Keeneston (Bluegrass Series). As always the narration by Eric G Dove was amazing. Def at the very top of my favorites list.
I didn’t like iy
I skimmed most of this book. I feel that there was so much useless filler I lost interest in it almost from the beginning. The only reason I finished it was because I paid for it. Waste of money