She's waited a long time for her second chance at love.…
It's been 12 years since Jenny Wilks lost her fiancé in the 9/11 attacks in New York City. Since then she's been floundering, trying to find her way. Taking the job as lighthouse keeper on Gansett Island was the best thing she could've done for herself. On the island she's found amazing friends and a wonderful new life. There's only one thing missing and that's romance. She's recently asked her new friends to fix her up with some of the island's more eligible men. While her friends are busy arranging dates for her, Alex Martinez comes to cut the grass at the lighthouse.
He's given up everything to come home to Gansett to care for his ailing mother.…
Alex has gone from cultivating orchids at the US Botanic Garden in Washington to cutting grass on Gansett, like he did as a teenager. Running the family business with his brother while managing their mother's dementia requires Alex's undivided attention until a sexy lighthouse keeper shows him there's much more to life than work and endless obligation.
During a scorching summer heat wave on Gansett, Jenny and Alex take comfort in each other, and what begins as a hot summer fling quickly becomes something much more lasting. But will it hold up beyond the heat wave when real life intrudes on their sexy interlude?
Catch up with many of your favorite characters from past Gansett Island books in this latest installment in the New York Times best-selling McCarthys of Gansett Island Series!
At the end of Meant for Love, stay tuned for the first-ever look at All You Need Is Love, Book one in Marie's new Green Mountain Series, out on Feb. 4, 2014!
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I was about to walk away from the series after the last book! Don't give up!!! This may be one of my all time favorites. This story is so beautiful and touching. Keep your Kleenex handy!!!
Say something about yourself!
Probably not due to the narrator.
All the Gansett books in the series. Good series. Well developed characters.
Only to finish up this series.
The narrator detracts from these books. All the men sound the same. It is difficult to follow when the story moves from one character to another since most of the males are voiced the same and most of the women's voices are the same. I like Marie Force but I am hesitant to read another book read by Holly Fielding.
I enjoyed this book and found Jenny and Alex's story particularly engaging. I almost gave up on the series after the last book but am glad I didn't. Jenny and Alex are both strong characters and you can't help but want things to work out for them. Unfortunately the narration is no better than in the previous books.
I loved the way they met.
I really like the scenary. I would like to see the lighthouse.
The apples to the back.
"Love at the Lighthouse"
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