Nobody said a fresh start would be easy
A clean slate is exactly what Katie Gallagher needs, and Bar Harbor, Maine, is the best place to get it. Except the cottage her grandmother left her is overrun with woodland creatures, and the police chief, Aiden Cavanaugh, seems determined to arrest her! Katie had no idea she'd broken his heart fifteen years ago
"Kelly's debut book is smart, sexy, and so much fun. I couldn't put it down."
Laurie Benson, author of the Secret Lives of the Ton series
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This book was hilarious with true laugh out loud moments. The chemistry between the hero and heroine sizzles and I loved the secondary characters. A fast-paced, fun read full of wit. A must read!
This book surprised me with many laugh out loud moments! I enjoyed the first person narrative for both main characters. Trailing car parts, golf club shrapnel, and a string of broken vows tied to her bumper like noisy cans—Katie Gallagher returns to a place where only fond childhood memories exist. But her gran's gone, marmosets have moved in, and the local police chief has an attitude. He may or may not resort to the use of hand-cuffs—like that's a deterrent for Katie. She already has one pity mug-shot to mark the occasion, and will not stop until she finds her place again or she starves. Either outcome is possible, since Katie will feed her dog, Chaucer before she feeds herself. She'll learn to trust herself again. She'll have to let go and learn to trust others, too. This was such a fast read for me. I suggest you bring it along as a beach companion along with your 30 SPF. I give it a five umbrella* review. *Whether you believe this umbrella provides shade on the beach for yourself or your blended boat drink is up to you and your imagination!