I traded credits for this book because of the 4 stars & reviews. What a disappointment! It's a "romance" novel, I guess--could've been written by a teenager in the 50s, so immature is the story, the characters, the plot. No resemblance to what would be real life for a single mother librarian starting over....and no development of the characters beyond cardboard cutout stereotypes.
There should be some indication it was a romance novel, one of the genres I have excluded in my preferences.
Hard Luck, Alaska -- a town that needs women!
Location: 50 miles north of the Arctic Circle. Population: 150 -- mostly men -- but growing! Because the O'Halloran brothers, who run a bush-plane service called MIDNIGHT SONS, are heading a campaign to bring women to Hard Luck.
Sawyer O'Halloran is not entirely in favor of his brothers' scheme. He considers himself immune to the charms of any woman -- until Abbey Sutherland shows up in Hard Luck, anxious to start over, and with two adorable kids in tow!
Clean, fast read, This was a quaint story. I enjoyed getting to know the people from Hard Luck. I liked the character development in this story and I enjoyed how the romance was sweet. I look forward to the rest of the series.