I found this book to be a book that held my interest. A very good romance.
I really enjoyed this emotional story about Laura McCloud and Matt Parker. Laura returns to Pilgrim Cove to regroup after a health crisis, and meets single dad Matt. Together they find healing for their spirits and the thrill and joy of love.
Laura McCloud used to visit Pilgrim Cove every summer. As a teen, she met Matthew "Matt" Parker. They even kissed under the boardwalk. Laura had missed several summers. She had been taking care of her dying mother and dealing with her own medical trauma, breast cancer.
As the story opened, Laura's mother had passed away. Laura had detected the lump early, underwent treatment, and had just been given a clean bill of health. She retreated to Pilgrim Cove to lick her wounds and get away from the city. She needed the beauty of the small town she remembered, to watch the waves crash upon the beach, and a couple months of solitude. Laura began it all with a call to Bartholomew "Bart" Quinn and rented Sea View House.
Matt had never forgotten Laura. His family had always been known for their musical talents, and she had a voice that was unforgettable. When Matt learned who had rented the town's special house, his interest was immediate. (That house had a reputation, good things happen to everyone who stays there.) Matt's wife had died four years ago. He now had two sons: Brian, age eleven (going on thirty), and Casey, age seven, with a speech problem.
Enjoyed this so much, I ordered the others in the series!