be able to forgive yourself for not doing things differently until you stop
wishing things were different.”
healing, forgiveness and friendship. This story is sweet, sexy and heartwarming. When
it ended I found myself wishing there was more.
This is the third book in the Pine Harbour series and it can be read as
a standalone. The characters from the
previous installments were featured, which makes me want to go and read their
Cresinki aka Hope Cresswell. Ryan’s wife
was tragically taken from him and he was left to raise his children. He was struggling and found it difficult to
deal with his loss. His main focus was
his children’s welfare as such he was not looking to get involved in a relationship. However, when Holly Cresinki came to Pine
Harbour she made him see things differently. Slowly but surely she helped to
heal and made him realise that moving on with his life was not an act of
betrayal. Holly is a famous movie star
who came to Pine Harbour to film her latest movie. She is tired of the fast life associated with
Los Angeles. Pine Harbour provided a
tranquility that she has never felt in all her years of being in the spotlight.
When she met Ryan she knew her life would change.
began spending a lot of time together getting to know each other at which point
they discovered they had feelings for each other. Yet, throughout all this Ryan
never once suspected that Holly was not who she portrayed herself to be.
happenings in Pinewood. The romance was
well paced which made the story realistic given Ryan’s grief. I felt Ryan’s pain and it was easy to
understand the struggles he was facing. Losing someone is never easy,
especially if you believe that you are somehow responsible for the loss. He believed that he was not capable of loving
Holly and as such he kept pushing her away.
He believed that he would break her heart. His biggest obstacle in all of this was fear. Fear of letting go of the past, fear of love,
fear that secrets will be revealed and fear of his children getting hurt. Holly
was not afraid to let him know how she felt about him. She never made any unnecessary demands on him
as she understood his inability to be emotionally available. She was willing to wait until he felt he was
ready for all that a relationship had to offer.
and I enjoyed it very much. If you love
contemporary romance, then I would recommend that you pick up a copy Love on a
Spring Morning. Happy Reading
She lives in London, Ontario and is currently chugging Americanos, wiping sticky fingers, and dreaming of heroes in and out of uniform.
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