When her last two plays are dismal failures and her relationship with her temperamental mentor falls apart, writer Bree O’Brien abandons Chicago and the regional theater where she hoped to make a name for herself to return home. Opening Flowers on Main promises to bring her a new challenge and a new kind of fulfillment.
But not all is peaceful and serene in Chesapeake Shores, with her estranged mother on the scene and her ex-lover on the warpath. Jake Collins has plenty of reasons to want Bree out of his life, but none of those are a match for the one reason he wants her to stay: he’s still in love with her.
Jake might be able to get past that old hurt if he knew Bree was home to stay, but is she? The only way to know for sure is to take a dangerous leap of faith.
Spend some more time in Chesapeake Shores.
©2009 Sherryl Woods (P)2010 Brilliance Audio, Inc.
“Woods…is noted for appealing character-driven stories that are often infused with the flavor and fragrance of the South.” (Library Journal)
I love Sherryl Wood's books. This was a good read as a second in the series. I'm anxious to read Book 3. I do have to admit the Grandmother's Irish accent was distracting but the Texas accent on the bride of the brother.....the WORST. I'm from Texas and found it very offensive and not at all authentic. Not the author's fault.
I would listen to this story again especially when I am feeling like I cannot accomplish anything.
Everyone loves a come back story and this is it!
I like the series and find it fun to read a book with familiar characters.
Would have loved a more varied range with the vocal performance.
I have read a few books in this O'Briens series by the author. The books are easy to listen to and you don't have to pay much attention if you are doing something else. However, all the books seem to sound the same. At the end of her books too the author seems to get bored and just ties everything up.
Would be so much better with another narrator...The story was a bit repetitive and not as good as the others in the series.
Book two was too much like book one in its constant attempts by the new couple to understand each other. The other problem is the reader who is no Barbara Rosenblat. Too bad, Worst is the attempt to make third generation Grandma sound Irish.
This book has a bad narration, way too many adverbs and adjectives, and is just all around a bad listen. Thank goodness I only paid $4.99 for it. It really shouldn't have any stars.
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