New York Times bestselling author Samantha Young returns to Hart’s Boardwalk with a searing and emotional new standalone romance…
Local metalsmith and gift shop owner, Dahlia McGuire, likes her quiet life in Hartwell, Delaware. It's the perfect place to hide from her family in Boston and the tragic events that led to their estrangement. However, when her father, the person she loves most in the world, needs her, Dahlia has no choice but to return to Boston to face her ghosts. One of those ghosts happens to be her ex-boyfriend's best friend, Michael Sullivan. The man she was never supposed to fall in love with.
Michael Sullivan has never forgotten Dahlia McGuire. Some might say he's never gotten over her. For years he lived with the anger of her desertion and now newly divorced he's finally ready to move on. That proves impossible when Dahlia returns to Boston and reawakens their explosive connection. Despite everything, Michael wants her back, but Dahlia can't seem to let go of the tangled emotions of the past. She flees home to Hartwell.
Determined to fight for their second chance, Michael follows Dahlia to Delaware, takes a job with the local police department, and does everything in his power to convince her they belong together.
However, when the unthinkable hits the quiet seaside town, Michael finds himself trying to unravel more than the mystery of Dahlia's McGuire's broken heart. It's time for truths left unsaid to finally be spoken or Michael and Dahlia might find themselves torn apart forever…
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Hooked from the first sentence
This book hooked me from the first sentence and did not let go. Just reading the prologue gave me all the feels. I could not put this book down. My heart was racing the entire time. There was some predictability, but it did not detract from the story at all. I loved Michael and Dahlia. They had great chemistry and I loved seeing the path their journey took. This was the first book in this series I’ve read. I did not feel lost at all or like I was missing anything. I will definitely be checking out the previous books.
Sorry I bought this. On Dublin street is one of my favorite books. I thought this would be a good read for me. No. It was awful. I don’t know what the train of thought was with this one. It’s like a bunch of different scraps and bits of pieces of books thrown together that don’t even make sense. It was all over the place and a complete train wreck. It got to where I was finally just having to scroll over certain area’s and was skipping portions of it just to try to get through it. Now I have 96% read and I just can’t read another sentence. I’m not even bothering to read the epilogue. I can’t take any more, I don’t even care what happens. I’m sorry I wasted my money on this. Won’t make that mistake again!