Harbor Nights

Harbor Nights

by Marcia Evanick

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ISBN-13: 9781420140415
Publisher: Kensington
Publication date: 09/01/2005
Sold by: Penguin Random House Publisher Services
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 304
Sales rank: 757,048
File size: 655 KB

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Harbor Nights 3.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
harstan More than 1 year ago
Twenty-four years old petit Norah Stevens and her mom have relocated to Misty Harbor, Maine where she gets a job writing a weekly column for the Hancock Review that provides Views from the Other Side. Her mom¿s Pomeranian Zsa Zsa has moved under the next door neighbor¿s bush where Norah tries to get the canine diva. Ned Porter sees her and introduces himself. However, Norah fears his size as he seems even bigger than her father who beat her up last year. As Norah adjusts to living amongst the Redwoods with even the females extended Porter family easily topping six feet, she finds herself attracted to Ned though remains afraid of him. Ned reciprocates, but believes the beautiful runt is wrong for him as he needs females like his outdoor hefty but beautiful sister-in-laws. Still as love connects them, their relationship cannot grow until she overcomes her phobia that giant males equate to abuse. --- HARBOR NIGHTS is a fine contemporary romance that focuses on how abuse can potentially devastate a person¿s psyche and ultimately even relationships with a caring soulmate. The story line is character driven as neither Norah nor Ned is comfortable with the size gap, but their reasons greatly differ. He because he assumes a big outdoor guy needs a big woman she because of her father¿s recent physical abuse. Though the resolution seems abrupt as love conquers all (this reviewer believes it would need time to heal the wounded), fans will enjoy the return to Misty Harbor (see BERRY MERRY CHRISTMAS and BLUEBERRY HILL). --- Harriet Klausner
mjmbecky on LibraryThing 5 months ago
A cute little romance. Predictable, and a bit cheesy at times, but that's just what you want once in awhile. In the story, Norah has a wounded past, and Ned must convince Norah that he isn't like the person who has hurt her. I like Evanick for quick escape, so while it was predictable, it was still cute.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago