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This was an good read to listen to while I was on my evening walks. It made the time go by faster.
Written as a multi pov, but it's mostly from Hanna's pov. We do get some of Joel's, but not a lot. This book is basically like the Hatfield and McCoys but they all had money and riches to burn. It's family feuds of the rich and famous of Walker Island.
Hanna Walker is headed back home to Walker Island to film a documentary for her class and she chooses to air her families dirty laundry and get to the bottom of how the feud started. However, standing in her way is the guy she's had a crush on since she was a young girl, Joel Peterson. Joel has refused her permission to get into the historical archives to dig up information about his dead Aunt Poppy who "killed herself" more than 60 years ago after being spurned by Hanna's grandfather.
Joel can't believe how much Hanna has grown up, and doesn't want to start developing feelings for her...She's a Walker, and a Peterson, should never have dealings with Walker's. And, so the story continues...where truths are found, emotions are verified, and the sex is implied. This is a clean romance. It is book 1 of the series and can be read as a stand alone and does have a HEA.
All in all, an okay read/listen.
Would I recommend this book? If you are looking for a clean read then yes.
Would I read more from this author? Probably, I'm curious about the other sister, but not sure if I'm curious enough to pay for it. This book was free on Kindle Download
Sassy Beta Reading & Review
A beautiful story of two opposite sides of the love/hate coin. I love that it took place one one of the islands of Western Washington. Hannah graduated from the same university as did my sister. That helped make me feel I was involved with the characters. That and the fact I spent much of my life at sea.
Hannah's documentary was as real to me as if I had seen the final product.