Home to the Harbor
"Lee Tobin McClain's books make my heart sing."--Debbie Macomber, #1 New York Time bestselling author
"Lee Tobin McClain dazzles with unforgettable characters, fabulous small-town settings and a big dose of heart."--Susan Mallery, #1 New York Times bestselling author
Friendship, healing and love are all waiting on the Chesapeake Bay.
Despite the charms of Pleasant Shores, coming home is a last resort for William Gross. The few happy memories he has here all revolve around Bisky Castleman, and she's still every bit as kind and strong-minded as he remembered. But William is reeling from loss, and seeing Bisky with her daughter is a painful reminder of his mistakes.
Between running her family's fishing business and being a single mom, Bisky finds her days are full. Yet there's always been room in her heart for William, her one childhood friend who never teased her about her height or her toughness. Through their shared volunteer work with local teens and rescue dogs, their feelings deepen into something much stronger. But is their growing bond strong enough to heal the past and forge a new beginning...together?
The Off Season
Book 1: Cottage at the Beach
Book 2: Reunion at the Shore
Book 3: Christmas on the Coast
Book 4: Home to the Harbor
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Just as I did with all the other books in this series, I fell in love with the characters. I had “met” Bisky in the previous books, and it was good to get to know her and her daughter better. I loved how Bisky and William’s childhood friendship grew into something more. This book also shows the importance of accepting yourself for who you are and having people love you for that. It also shows that you have to let go of blaming yourself for something that wasn’t your fault. I liked how the author handled William’s unexpected reunion with his father. I would recommend this book.
I received a copy of this book from the author and was under no obligation to write a positive review. The opinions are mine.
HOME TO THE HARBOR
Bisky and her daughter Sunny, running a family business from the waters in Chesapeake Bay. A friend walking by telling of a new resident coming for Victory Cottage, would they take over the dog therapy volunteer program. William Gross a childhood friend has come back to Pleasant Shores, twenty years, still hearing yelling of his father. He needed healing from losing a daughter, and maybe his teaching job.
A hug from Bisky, he couldn’t get that close, feel that much.
While Sunny had plans she wanted to organize for the dog therapy and to help get it up and running. . To bring a dog home, to have something of her own. A story that touches one with not only the dogs also for Bisky, Sunny and William needed healing, rescuing and new beginnings.
Given ARC for my voluntary review and my honest opinion