If you’re a contemporary romance fan, Courtney Walsh should be an auto-buy author for you. I’m returning to Nantucket with her April release.
About the Book
Emma Woodson is hoping the cobblestone streets of Nantucket and the charm of her late husband’s family cottage will be the fresh start she and her young son, CJ, need. Securing a dream job at an art gallery is one more step along the path to a new life . . . and away from a piece of her history she hopes will never be revealed. Falling in love with the kind and handsome guy she hires to clean out the rental apartment above the garage wasn’t part of the plan.
Jameson Shaw came to Nantucket for one reason: deliver his letter to Emma and never return. But when he sees an opportunity to help her, he takes a chance, desperate to atone for his past. He never planned to keep his connection to her husband a secret or to fall in love with her. After all, he knows that their new relationship might not survive the discovery of who he really is.
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Nicole Santana says
I’m just starting The Valet’s Secret by Josi S. Kilpack, so I’ll share the first line from there.
“If Kenneth Bartholomew Winterton had learned anything in his life, it was that there were things a man could live without and there were things that were entirely essential.”
Hope you have a great weekend! ❤
Danielle Grandinetti says
I’ve seen that one around. I’m currently reading The Catch by Lisa Harris. The first line is: “He’d lied to her again.”