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Publisher's Summary

Emily Mitchell has fled her job, apartment, and ex-boyfriend in New York City for her father's abandoned home on the coast of Maine, needing a change in her life. Tapping her life savings to restore the historic home, and with a budding relationship with the caretaker, Daniel, Emily prepares to open the Inn at Sunset Harbor as Memorial Day comes.
But all does not go as planned. Emily learns quickly that she has no idea how to run a B&B. The house, despite her efforts, needs new, urgent repairs she cannot afford. Her covetous neighbor is still determined to make trouble for her. And worst of all: just as her relationship with Daniel is blossoming, she learns he has a secret. One which will change everything.
With her friends urging her to return to New York City and her ex-boyfriend trying to win her back, Emily has a life-changing decision
©2017 Sophie Love (P)2017 Sophie Love
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4 out of 5 stars
By YS on 04-18-18

Another good one

I really like the story but Emily’s whining and insecurities get annoying. It’s a great storyline but how insecure she is with herself and Daniel makes my stomach turn.

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3 out of 5 stars
By Candice Noyce on 02-26-18

Good but not as good as the first two

It’s not as good as the first two books. It goes on and on and on with “questions” about how Emily is feeling. I often found myself thinking “just get on with it.” And I’m still not sure why the narrator is British?! And she’s rather overly dramatic most of the time.

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