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Publisher Description

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.

GENRE
Romance
RELEASED
2018
October 23
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
300
Pages
PUBLISHER
Laurens Publishing
SELLER
Laurens Publishing
SIZE
3
MB

Customer Reviews

MelissaNY666 ,

Book 1 Dr Gavin and Ellery

The Charleston Family has to have their own series but family stick together in Keeseton or Shadows Landing. Get to know the cousin and Shadows Landing with a suspenseful romance.

jdcblc ,

AMAZING AUTHOR AMAZING BOOKS

You will NEVER be disappointed reading any of Kathleen’s books. You will laugh, cry, find suspense, and laugh some more.

What house? ,

Saving Shadows

This was the corniest book I have ever read. It got worse after I purchased it, of course. I can’t believe anyone thinks the many characters sound like real people. A doctor goes against ethics and starts touching and holding hands with a patient he rescued and the rescued girl wants a doctor, so thinks about him “getting into her panties” right away. Then he and the law don’t follow protocol, take her to the hospital, hide from law enforcement. Hicksville. Everyone knows everyone’s business, are best friends and/or related and the whole clan get together all the time and go to church. I kept thinking I was reading a teenager’s version of a fairy tale. Someone from the Deep South. I had to quickly skim the last few chapters. I don’t know how I got through it, because it didn’t get any better. No wonder divorce rates are so high if people think it’s that simple to fall in love immediately, totally change your life and live a fairytale in a new world with immediate accepting friends and family. Really stupid and unrealistic, including the last few revengeful plots to go after someone.

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