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Gansett After Dark (Gansett Island Series, Book 11)
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About the Author
***Start reading Marie's New York Times Bestselling Gansett Island Series today with Maid for Love, free on Amazon.***
Marie Force is the New York Times bestselling author of more than 50 contemporary romances, including the Gansett Island Series, which has sold more than 2.3 million books, and the Fatal Series from Harlequin Books, which has sold more than 1.2 million books. In addition, she is the author of the Green Mountain Series as well as the erotic romance Quantum Series, written under the slightly modified name of M.S. Force. All together, her books have sold more than 5 million copies worldwide!
Her goals in life are simple--to finish raising two happy, healthy, productive young adults, to keep writing books for as long as she possibly can and to never be on a flight that makes the news.
Join Marie's mailing list on her website at marieforce.com for news about new books and upcoming appearances in your area. Follow her on Facebook at Facebook.com/MarieForceAuthor, on Twitter @marieforce and on Instagram at instagram.com/marieforceauthor/. Contact Marie at email@example.com. --This text refers to the Paperback edition.
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The creak of the rocking chair on the new wooden deck, the warm afternoon breeze off the ocean, the heat of the baby asleep on his chest and the bustle of the town he now called home soothed and calmed Owen Lawry. Along the newly painted white porch rail were flower boxes containing the pink, lavender and white impatiens Laura had nurtured all summer.
Every square inch of the Sand & Surf hotel had been renovated in the last year, leaving the scents of sawdust and fresh paint behind. They’d been operating at full capacity since Memorial Day, and it was indeed thrilling to see the hotel open and once again full of happy visitors.
Almost a year ago, Owen had stood on this same deck and watched the last ferry depart on Columbus Day. It had felt symbolic then. With that ferry went his old life as a footloose and fancy-free troubadour, traveling from gig to gig, following the seasons and the work.
He’d stayed that day. He’d stayed because of Laura. He’d stayed because he could no longer imagine a day―hell, an hour―without her. And he’d never regretted it. Not for one second. Her son, Holden, the child they were raising together even though another man had fathered him, was now as much Owen’s as he was Laura’s. Earlier in the summer, they’d been surprised to learn they were expecting twins together. He who had never wanted the constraints of commitment or marriage or family was now as committed as any man could be, and he’d never been happier as their wedding date got closer with every passing day.
Just one thing stood between him and the future he wanted so desperately with Laura, Holden and the twins―his father’s trial. The thought of seeing his father again for the first time in more than a decade made Owen feel sick and anxious and fearful, as if he were still a five-year-old who couldn’t figure out what he’d done to stir his father’s wrath.
In a few days, he and Laura, his mother and Laura’s father, along with several friends who would be testifying, would depart Gansett on the ferry and travel to Virginia for the trial. Frank was coming to help out with Holden while they were in court. Owen didn’t want Laura to come, but she was insisting on being there for him. He hated the thought of her sitting in the courtroom listening to the nightmare that had been his life in vivid detail that would shock and horrify her. --This text refers to the Paperback edition.
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Top Customer Reviews
Welcome back to Gansett. The island that houses that loving family the McCartneys. Join Big Mac and Linda they watch the 5 kids and all the other members of their large extended honorary family go through daily life.
No central romance in this one but all of our stories make progress. Where to start where to start.
There are 2 big buildups in this one.
It is time for Owen and his mother Sarah to finally face the abusive bastard Mark. General Mark Lowery has enjoyed beating the crap out of his wife and 6 kids for over 30years. Time for him to face justice. The big trial is looming.
Owen is due to marry the love of his life. Owen and Laura are about to get their happily after.
Big Mac gets the surprise of his life when a young woman shows up at the Marina.
It is so hard not to give spoilers. I am bouncing off the walls still because I adore Gansett. My desire to move there will never come true. Although in a few years I am going to make my husband take me to Block Island so I can see the real life Gansett when we renew our vows. Thanks Marie for being so wonderful and bringing the world of Gansett to life. You have said multiple times that you will stop writing about Gansett when we get tired of it. Well I don't think we ever will. And Linda and Big Mac may live to be two of the oldest people to ever live. Maybe we will let you stop writing in about 50 60 years. IF you are lucky.
As a testament to how great an author Marie is, you don't see very many people who write bad book reviews apologize for giving a bad review. I did and the other person who wrote a bad review did too. We feel the need to apologize because she is normally so great and we just can't wrap our brains around the fact that she wrote something we don't love.
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