Blue Harbor Book #2

Amelia Conway spent the past twelve years doting on her widowed father and playing mother hen to her younger sisters—and conveniently hiding her heart from love after her high school sweetheart moved away. Now the owner of a charming café, she realizes she has no excuse to shy away from the possibility of a happily ever after, and not just because her family doesn’t need her so much anymore. Amelia’s first love has returned to Blue Harbor, and suddenly the summer looks full of more than sunshine.

Matt Bradford never felt settled after leaving his hometown, but his fondness for it is overshadowed by the reasons behind his family losing their business. Now an architect, Matt is back in Blue Harbor to pitch a full-service resort that will not only secure his future, but also right past wrongs. But he didn’t expect to meet resistance along the way, or to discover that he still has feelings for his old girlfriend. Leave it to Amelia to remind him of the boy he used to be—and the memories he has tried to forget.

When Matt’s plans clash with Amelia’s beloved café, she will have to convince him that Blue Harbor is perfect just as it is, and that maybe, there can be a second chance for both of them to find lasting happiness in this town.



The Morgan sisters spent many blissful summers at their family’s lake house growing up, but as they grew older, their lives took very different paths.

Hope adores her twin girls, but she doesn’t love being a stay-at-home mom. When her workaholic husband doesn’t support her career aspirations, she packs up the kids and goes to Sunset Cottage, thinking that some time apart will help her decide what she really wants—but when the life she dreamed of becomes a possibility, she is more torn than ever.

Gemma was supposed to be planning her wedding, not trying to get back deposits. And she was supposed to be finished writing her latest romance novel, not staring at a blank screen. Lost and down on her luck, she heads north to Evening Island, hoping to find the inspiration she needs to fill the page, and maybe, her heart.

Ellie is almost perfectly content living in the house that once belonged to her grandmother, even if it does get a little lonely sometimes. Still, work is steady at her art studio and the island continues to serve as a muse, especially when her first love makes a surprise return.

In the course of a month, the Morgan sisters learn that despite their differences and their personal struggles, they might just have more in common than the old summer cottage that they inherited.

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