Sharing Spaces

Sharing Spaces

by Nadia Nichols
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ISBN-13: 9780373780624
Publisher: Harlequin
Publication date: 12/01/2005
Series: Harlequin Super Romance Series , #1317
Edition description: Large Print
Pages: 384
Product dimensions: 4.20(w) x 6.50(h) x 1.20(d)

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Sharing Spaces 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
harstan More than 1 year ago
While working on a wedding at the Inn on Christmas Cove, her mom calls Senna McCallum to tell her that her grandfather the Admiral just died in North West River, Labrador that the funeral is being held today and he will be cremated. Finally he named her as his executor. Senna wished she had been closer to the Admiral, whom she had not seen in five years, but is shocked that he named her to handle his estate instead of one of his male offspring. --- The trip to Goose Bay takes forever, but Senna, after meeting the Admiral¿s lawyer, travels to the fishing lodge to meet the partner and best friend John Hanson expecting a crusty old sea wolf. Instead John is a handsome hunk currently drunk around her age. As they squabble over who the Admiral really was, they fall in love, but she is a wedding planner while he is a fishing host in a place where no one would celebrate nuptials, but love makes strange partners. --- SHARING SPACES is a terrific contemporary romance due to the rich vivid detail of Labrador provided by Nadia Nichols that gives the audience a strong picture of an area not often used as a backdrop. The lead duet are a fine pairing as the Admiral apparently believed when he selected Senna (though hard to tell how he knew since he pretty much isolated himself from his family). The story line is character driven as John and Senna argue over the Admiral's virtues and what to do with the fishing lodge (to sell or not to sell that is the question). This tale has a strong eccentric cast starring in a fine modern day tale yet Labrador steals the show. --- Harriet Klausner