A Shelter Bay Novel, Book 4
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Rating: 4 Cups
Even the beauty of Shelter Bay cannot dispel the black cloud hanging over J.T. Douchett’s head. He has come home to regroup and come to grips with the grief he has delivered to those left behind.
Storytelling is as much a part of Mary Joyce as her Irish soul. Her ability to get those stories on the big screen has made her a star, which means she is often far from the home she loves.
J.T. is having a hard enough time shaking off the depression of his last duty as a Marine, so the last thing he needs or wants is a babysitting job for a spoiled celebrity. But Mary turns out to be nothing like he expects, shattering every ounce of control he has relied on for so long. Mary also feels totally out of her element when her mysterious dreams become reality in the form of J.T. Douchett. If she is lucky, he could be hers for a week. Anything more is improbable if not impossible.
The men of Shelter Bay are just as rugged and breathtaking as their surroundings, and J.T. is no exception. His intelligence and empathy are the keystones of his personality, which makes him a perfect pairing for a woman like Mary. Her character is a woman whose heritage has made her a marketable commodity, but it is her love for tradition that makes her so special. Mary and J.T. have a connection that goes far beyond the physical, easily drawing the reader into their story from the very first scene.
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