Book Reviews of Harbor Nights

Harbor Nights
Harbor Nights
Author: Marcia Evanick
ISBN-13: 9780821777084
ISBN-10: 0821777084
Publication Date: 9/1/2005
Pages: 304
Rating:
  • Currently 3.9/5 Stars.
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3.9 stars, based on 39 ratings
Publisher: Zebra Books
Book Type: Mass Market Paperback
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Twenty four year old Norah Stevens is looking to start over after a frightening experience calls into question the faith she once had in the power of love. Landing her own column in the local paper, Norah dives right into the rhythms of life in Misty Harbor, though her first encounter with log home builder Ned Porter leaves her a bit shaken. A giant of a man, Ned usually feels awkward around petite women and five feet nothing Norah, whom he discovers snooping around his yard in search of her mom's dog is no exception. Norah's obvious fear of him is disconcerting at first, but Ned soon discovers that while Norah may be tiny, she has vast reserves of determination. An Norah realized that Ned, who is a gentle in nature a he is large in stature, might just be the perfect man to help rebuild her life
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I definetly had a great time reading this. There is a uber tall hot guy, a nuerotic yappy dog thats afraid of birds, and an slightly fed up hereoine that drives him nut.
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Excellent Book!
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Enjoyable read and good for escaping from reality for a few hours.
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The magic of everyday pleasures permeates Evanick's contemporary romance in which a young woman and her newly divorced mother find refuge in the town of Misty Harbor, Maine. It's difficult for 24-year-old Norah Stevens to trust men after the shattering incident that led to her parents' divorce, and her new job writing a controversial column for the local newspaper doesn't help win friends. However, her mother, Joanna, leads the way as she takes steps toward establishing a new life, and then there are the Porters, the large, loud, loving family next door. Ned Porter, who often visits his parents' home, always expected to fall for an outdoorsy woman like his brothers' wives, so he's caught off guard by the ultra-feminine Stevens ladies. Throw in a spoiled but lovable Pomeranian named Zsa Zsa, and the rough-hewn builder isn't sure what hit him. Evanick (Blueberry Hill) has a gift for finding the humor in small details, and her story of opposites who attract unfolds with endearing warmth. Supporting characters provide delicious forays, including one in which Ned's two sisters-in-law enlist Norah's help to restore a little spice to their marriages.
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Twenty year old Norah Stevens is looking to start over.She gets a column in the local paper ans she meets Ned. A tall and gentle man. Can he win over Norahs heart?