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Summer's Moon (A Sweetland Novel)

by Lacey Baker

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Loved this one!! Great small town romance filled with wonderful characters and a beautiful coastal location. The writing is fantastic and makes you feel like you are sitting on the porch watching. Parker Cantrell came back to Sweetland for his grandmothers funeral, but a beautiful woman and an unexpected pregnancy has him sticking around and re-assessing his life. Couldn't get enough of this one and now I must go back and read the preceding two stories while I wait for more from this author. I recommend this one for everyone. ( )
  Bette_Hansen | Nov 3, 2015 |
Summer’s Moon is a fantastic romantic story about Drew and Parker. Drew own a flower shop in Sweetland. Parker is part of the huge Cantrell family, and practically the only one left unmarried. After a one-night stand with Drew, she discovers she is pregnant with Parker’s baby. The story that follows is a sweet romance about how these two step all around committing themselves to each other when they both find strong feelings for the other. Parker is a police detective, on leave because of a killing he was involved in that has taken on a mysterious aspect. Drew steers clear of all men after a terrible incident with one guy years ago that left her shaken and disheartened. There are lots of other small town characters, many of who are part of Parker’s large family, but these two are the chief ones. The author has provided an interesting story about two people falling in love who really don’t’ want to be in love and do everything they can to avoid it. I loved the small town feeling conveyed throughout. The development of Drew’s and Parker’s characters was quite well done. Even the other characters were well done, though they played less important, supporting roles in this story. I have not read the other books in this series, but found I could easily follow and understand this, as it makes a good stand-alone read. However, now that I have finished with it, I intend to find the other books in the series and read them. I am hooked on the series and on the author. This is a great book for anyone enjoying a light romantic read. I received this from NetGalley to read and review. ( )
  KMT01 | Aug 31, 2014 |
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One charming B&B. Six grandchildren. One litter of puppies... the late, great Mary Janet Cantrell hoped that her family would return to their hometown and find comfort, happiness--and maybe even love. But what will it take for her wishes to come true?… (more)

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