Love Harbor is a place of magic, where true love can be found.
Patty Anne LaGrange snorted at the idea of finding true love in a town, especially one clear across the country. The website where she was looking to book her vacation to Love Harbor was ridiculous. Patty Anne wanted to go there to see the history of the place. She'd just finished a lovely book on just that subject and she wanted to see the lighthouse and the caves and all the other bits of history that had been brought to life by the book she'd recently purchased for the town library. As the librarian for Chedwick, Washington, that was her job, to find fascinating books for the townspeople. But fall in love, yeah, not happening.
Gideon's fingers flew over the keyboard. It had been a challenge to decide what to write in this third novel of his Seattle trilogy. But once he'd gotten there, the words were flying. Good thing too, since he had a deadline. His murder mystery fans caused his publisher to constantly breathe down his neck. But it paid the bills, so he wasn't complaining.
Gideon St. James was a household name, and he couldn't be more grateful. Fortunately, the people in his hometown of Love Harbor, Massachusetts, treated him just like a regular guy and not a celebrity, another thing to be thankful for. Even as he typed, his thoughts turned to where he would base his next series. Maybe he could continue in Washington, but over on the east side of the state. He would ask their town librarian to find him some resources.
He had no idea that she might find a woman as his primary resource.
Magical things happened in Love Harbor.