Sugarplum Way (Harmony Harbor Series #4)

Sugarplum Way (Harmony Harbor Series #4)

by Debbie Mason

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Sugarplum Way (Harmony Harbor Series #4) by Debbie Mason

An instant USA Today bestseller!

"Heartfelt and delightful!" -RaeAnne Thayne, New York Times bestselling author

Romance writer Julia Landon knows how to write a happily-ever-after. Creating one for herself is a whole different story. But after a surprising—and surprisingly passionate—kiss under the mistletoe at Harmony Harbor's holiday party last year, Julia thought she might have finally found her very own chance at true love. Until she learns her Mr. Tall, Dark, and Broodingly Handsome has sworn off relationships. Well, if she can't have him in real life, Julia knows just how to get the next best thing....

Aidan's only priority is to be the best single dad ever. And this year, he plans to make the holidays magical for his little girl, Ella Rose. But visions of stolen kisses under the mistletoe keep dancing in his head, and when he finds out Julia has written him into her latest novel, he can't help imagining the possibilities of a future together. Little does he know, though, Julia has been keeping a secret that threatens all their dreams. Luckily, 'tis the season for a little Christmas magic.

The Harmony Harbor series:
Mistletoe Cottage
Christmas with an Angel (short story)
Starlight Bridge
Primrose Lane
Sugarplum Way
Driftwood Cove
Sandpiper Shore

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781538744154
Publisher: Grand Central Publishing
Publication date: 10/31/2017
Series: Harmony Harbor Series , #4
Pages: 368
Sales rank: 58,266
Product dimensions: 4.10(w) x 6.70(h) x 1.10(d)

About the Author

Debbie Mason is the USA Today bestselling author of the Christmas, Colorado and Harmony Harbor series. Her books have been praised for their "likable characters, clever dialogue and juicy plots" (RT Book Reviews). When she isn't writing or reading, Debbie enjoys spending time with her very own real-life hero, three wonderful children, two adorable grandbabies, and a yappy Yorkie named Bella in Ontario, Canada.

You can learn more at:
AuthorDebbieMason.com
Twitter @AuthorDebMason
Facebook.com/DebbieMasonBooks/

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Sugarplum Way (Harmony Harbor Series #4) 4.4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 8 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Dragged at first but then moved quick, was a nice story. I am looking forward to #5
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Love this series. Highly recommend
LynnB888 More than 1 year ago
A whimsical holiday romance! The characters are fun and easy to like and the adorable children in the book bring lots of smiles and laughs to the pages.  Romance writer Julia Landon thought she felt some major sparks last year when Aidan Gallagher laid a kiss on her under the mistletoe, but it turns out the sexy cop is once bitten twice shy after a painful divorce. She might be crushing hot and heavy on him, but he's perfectly happy being single and loving it. Well, if she can't have him in real life, she can certainly have her wicked way with him on the pages of her work in progress! Aidan is trying hard to pick up the pieces of life as a single guy again and the most important thing to him is getting a relationship with his daughter back on track now that his unreliable work record is over and he's settled down in Harmony Harbor. When he discovers he just might be the sexy hero in Julia's latest book, he sets out to show her a thing or two about what he might be capable of between those steamy pages!
LindaTownsend More than 1 year ago
A page-turner infused with laughter, tears and dreams come true... “Why be ordinary when you can be extraordinary?” I want to live in the small town of Harmony Harbor! Sugarplum Way is the entertaining fourth installment in Debbie Mason’s Harmony Harbor series. I’ve not read all the previous books …yet, but I still thoroughly enjoyed Sugarplum Way, so it works well as a standalone if that is your preference. Sugarplum Way is the HEA story of Aidan Gallagher and bookstore owner and romance writer Julia Landon. The two share a history. They aren’t exactly enemies, but, as the story opens, they are far from being friends. In Harmony Harbor, there’s mistletoe everywhere as Christmas draws near. Julia loves Christmas. Aiden does not. Aiden is struggling both career-wise and financially as he and his wife have split. His conniving ex hopes to get back with Aiden and is holding their little girl’s visits as hostage. Meanwhile, Julie has dark secrets and is close to completing her hush-hush mission. There’s a lot going on in this book besides Aiden’s and Julia’s relationship. The romance between Aidan’s father and his neighbor across the street is on-again, off-again. A ghostly Colleen is celebrating her first anniversary as a specter adding a bit of paranormal to this tale. The frantic search for Colleen’s still-missing tell-all Secret Keeper of Harmony Harbor book continues as residents worry about what it will disclose when found. In addition, there are small-town bitter rivalries and politics. The characters are fun and likeable. Julia is one-of-a-kind, generous and a hoot. Aiden’s cynical detective instincts don’t trust Julia one whit. He’s still grieving and harboring anger over the tragic deaths of his mother and baby sister years ago. But, when Julia is sick, he’s there for her. The chemistry between them positively sizzles. But, when Julia’s deep, dark secret is exposed, will Aiden be able to forgive and forget? Following please find a few of my favorite quotes from Sugarplum Way: “I just wish they’d remember I’m thirty-two and not fifteen.” Colin looked down at her feet, and his lips twitched. She followed his gaze. She had on a cozy red plaid onesie with fake fur lining the hood and reindeer slippers on her feet. She shrugged, smiling up at him. “What can I say? I love Christmas.” --- …her fluorescent pink vibrator sailed through the air to land with a splash in the goldfish bowl sitting on the bench at the end of her bed. She slapped her hands over her mouth, releasing a muffled “I’ve killed Eric and Ariel! … It’s not funny! My fish are drowning. Save them!” I enjoy reading festive reads year-round. Sugarplum Way is a sweet and fun story about two stubborn people and a lovely little girl. If you relish charming, cozy small-town Christmas romances that make you feel like you’re participating in the festivities, I’d encourage you to check out Debbie Mason’s Harmony Harbor series. Just set aside a block of time to read it, as it’s a page-turner infused with laughter, tears and dreams come true that you won’t want to put it down! My full review is published at Reading Between the Wines Book Club. Please check it out there!
RomanticReadsandSuch More than 1 year ago
Like usual, I just a series late ... and unfortunately I think that this is one of the times that it kinda bit me a little.  Not as much as with some books but just enough to leave me just a tiny bit dissatisfied.  There is a lot of history with Julia and the people of Harmony Harbor, and more importantly here with Aidan.  I will give Mason props for doing a really good job of keeping me engaged and informed of the important bits that I might have missed but there were little things that I didn't have a clue about that came into play a few times.  I still loved Aidan and Julia and I was rooting for them to figure things out from the very first page, but it just made me feel a little ... left out because I wasn't there from the beginning of the series.  Now, having said that, I really enjoyed both the story and Mason's writing.  The plot was very well done and kept me engaged all the way through.  The characters (both primary and secondary) felt real and I was involved in their lives right away.  The pacing was spot on - never seemed to drag and I was sad when we got to the end because it was over too soon.  And you can't beat the Christmas season for adding to the romance and fun.  Overall, a really wonderful read.  Which would have probably been perfect if I'd discovered this series a few books ago  :) With lots of Christmas charm and delightfully likable characters, Sugarplum Way brings the holiday feels and then some.  Returning readers are sure to be thrilled ... new readers might want to consider checking out the backlist.  If they are anything like this one, you will have lots of great reads to get you through the next few months.  (Or weeks if you are a super fast reader like me!)   *** I voluntarily read a Review Copy of this book. All opinions stated are solely my own and no one else’s. ***
blonde_betty More than 1 year ago
Sugarplum Way, the latest in Debbie Mason’s Harmony Harbor book, was everything I expected. A lovely Christmas read, Julia and Aidan were fun. More secrets were revealed. This series remains one of my favorites. I voluntarily reviewed an ARC of this novel.
Honolulubelle More than 1 year ago
Favorite Quotes: “I just wish they’d remember I’m thirty-two and not fifteen.” Colin looked down at her feet, and his lips twitched. She followed his gaze. She had on a cozy red plaid onesie with fake fur lining the hood and reindeer slippers on her feet. She shrugged, smiling up at him. “What can I say? I love Christmas.” Maybe because he didn’t smile often, it felt like a precious gift when he did, like you meant something to him, like you were special. She ignored her inner hussy, who yelled Who needs a bed and suggested Julia throw herself on the floor at his feet. Her inner hussy was way more optimistic about their chances of getting lucky tonight. …her fluorescent pink vibrator sailed through the air to land with a splash in the goldfish bowl sitting on the bench at the end of her bed. She slapped her hands over her mouth, releasing a muffled “I’ve killed Eric and Ariel! … It’s not funny! My fish are drowning. Save them!” A lie means saying something with a deliberate intent to deceive, and what I did is more like embellish the truth. My Review: Sugarplum Way was a sweet and amusing story with an entertaining and active storyline. Colleen celebrated her first anniversary as a ghost, the holiday season was in full swing, romance was in the air, petty small-town rivalries/politics/ gossip continued to rule, snow was falling, Julia kept the firemen busy and broke the record for false fire alarms from burning her food, and The Secret Keeper of Harmony Harbor book was still unaccounted for, which kept the vast majority a bit on edge and more than a few extremely anxious about their deeply-held secrets being exposed. I smirked my way through this fun and jovial tale, although it was not all easy breezy for Julia as she was busy as a beaver daydreaming and maintaining a long-held secret crush on a growly and complicated Gallagher while actively cloaking her secret identity, organizing the community Christmas committee, writing a book, covertly playing fairy godmother, running her store, and attempting to bolster and imbue the entire town with Christmas cheer. I adored her tremendous heart, clever wit, and sweet nature and have enjoyed every installment of this endearing series thus far. I doubt I could ever tire of learning the dark secrets and personal shame of the various townspeople, as I’m snoopy like that.
Lashea677 More than 1 year ago
Sugarplum Way is all about the three H's: heart, humor and hope. Ms. Mason gets in touch with her lighter side this holiday season. With a little more laughter and not as many tears, she makes the heart rejoice and delights the inner romantic with an irresistible comedy that continues to give long after the last page is devoured. Endearing characters, a hint of drama and tempting secrets serve as the backdrop for a deliciously sentimental carol of the heart.