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Book your visit to the Beach Plum Cove Inn today...meet widow Lisa Hodges and her four adult children, friends, and visitors to the newly opened waterfront bed and breakfast.

In the first book, The Nantucket Inn, Lisa learned that her deceased husband had a hidden gambling addiction and had blown through their retirement savings. Since she'd been raising four children and hadn't worked in years, she had no employable skills. Her only option if she wanted to stay on the island near her loved ones, was to rent out her second floor rooms.

And she's loving it so far. Lisa's first guest, restaurant owner Rhett Byrne quickly became a close friend and then something more. In her early fifties, it sounds strange to her to call him her boyfriend, but that's what he is.

Her daughter Kristen, finally ended things with Sean, the separated man that no one in the family was excited about. It wasn't until she was beginning to move on, that he filed for divorce, and then begged her for another chance. So she gave him one, much to everyone's dismay. But then the cottage next door is sold, and she discovers who her new neighbor is.

Chase, the only boy in the family, has never been serious about anyone before. But he's suddenly withdrawn and has been secretive about who he's seeing, which only makes everyone that much more curious. When they learn who it is, the concern grows as no one wants to see Chase hurt, again. 

Lisa's best friend, Paige, has a new neighbor too and it's one she is most decidedly not enthused about. Violet was one of the women who stood up at town meeting and protested against Lisa's inn being approved by the selectman. Because the house is right next door, Paige can't help but notice the steady stream of traffic. Violet seems to be very popular with a lot of people.

The inn is doing well and bookings are up, but then one Friday night, a guest that prepaid for the weekend never shows up. And quite a few people, including the police, come asking questions.

©2019 Pamela M. Kelley (P)2019 Pamela M. Kelley

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Nantucket Neighbors

Absolutely love this audiobook. And with Rhett proposing marriage to Lisa, this was amazing. I was a little concerned that Jack didn’t propose marriage to Kate, but maybe in the next audio. And, I’m so glad that Chase and Beth got together. I guess it took her leaving, to realize that he had feelings for her. And now they have moved in together. So maybe down the road, he will propose marriage to Beth. Absolutely loved all the good feelings of this audiobook. And when Lesa got diagnosed with Lyme’s disease, fortunately Brett picked up the prescription and got her started on her antibiotics. Loved this audiobook.

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  • 09-26-21

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Overall, great book. Love the Nantucket stories. I do think the writers should get both female AND male narrators!! Can’t cost that much more!

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A GREAT WARRM READ

The entire book made me warm and cozy. I love the first book too. Now on to Book 3! I'm so glad I found this author!

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Loved it!!!

Heart warming book!!! It’s an easy going story that makes you feel good after reading it!

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Loved it.

Love Pamela Kelley's Nantucket stories! Wonderful storyline with interesting characters. Can't wait to read more!

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Nantucket Neighbors

Pamela M. Kelley has the most engaging characters in her books about Nantucket Island’s year round residents. This is no exception. A good book to curl up with any time.

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Sweet Story.

I enjoyed hanging out with the calm kind characters during these trying times. I'm looking forward to finishing this series.

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Lovely read

I truly enjoy this series of books. Curl up with a cup of tea and lose yourself.

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Narrator ruins the story for me

I love these light-hearted summer beach reads. However, the narrator takes away from the story. She changes her voice for the men and it sounds hokey. Also, ladies on Nanrucket have a specific accent. Words like 'scallap' is pronounced differently., not like scollop...

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Too short & nothing meaty in story line

This is the second in the series and not sure why I bothered they are so short ...not a lot of bang for your buck! And the obnoxious valley girl voices were too much for me ..sorry