Single mom Heather Donovan’s dreams of home and family are tantalizingly within reach when she settles in Chesapeake Shores. The welcoming arms of the boisterous, loving O’Brien clan embrace her and her son. But accepting their support seems to further alienate her son’s father, Connor O’Brien. His parents’ divorce and his career as a high-powered divorce attorney have left him jaded about marriage. Then everything changes. Will the possibility of a future without Heather make Connor look at love and his career differently?
Heather’s just about given up on her old dreams - of love, of family, and especially of Driftwood Cottage, the home she secretly wishes was hers. It’s going to take a lot of persuasion - and some help from the O’Brien family - to make Heather believe that some dreams are worth fighting for.
Spend some more time in Chesapeake Shores.
©2011 Sherryl Woods (P)2011 Brilliance Audio, Inc.
“Sparks fly in a lively tale that is overflowing with family conflict and warmth and the possibility of rekindled love.” (Library Journal on Flowers on Main)
OMG Heather was such an annoying person, she drove me mad, Connor should have just said ok and walked away, just truely pathetic and not worth the read, such a disappointment.
I began reading this series of books in anticipation of Hallmarks presentation. I enjoy the Hallmark version but the books not so much. I feel like I just read the same chapter 20 times. I do however love the family and want to get to know them as Woods first intended. Hopefully the next book will be better.
I'm a avid listener, 1000+ in my collection. Some of my favorite series includes: Charlaine Harris's Sookie S., J.K's Harry P. and K. Armstrongs Otherworld. Single books T. Clancy's Hunt for Red October and S. Meyer's The Host.
Sorry Sheryl.......Never penned.
The two main characters Heather and Connor seem to be emotionally age five, not mid to late twenties. I wanted to just lock them in a room and forget them. the book was full of the same scene played over and over and over however many, many places and times throughout the story and by both characters. Sheryl flogged that horse to death. I listen for pleasure and this book only made me disdainful.
Baby, bath water.
Connors seeing his job for what it was and the saving of a great old house.
Sheryl Woods captures the love of this family and spins a story with them that leaving you hankering to know more
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