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Harmony Cabins (A Finding Home Novel) Mass Market Paperback – February 4, 2014
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Book starts out with Andrea posing as Penny Lane and arriving in Trinity Falls, Ohio for a month.
Jack is not only the owner but the desk clerk and he has past issues that he needs to get over and finds himself fascinated by Andrea.
The town has it's problems with the race for a new mayor. Lots of drama going on and it's easy to keep the characters straight.
Love all the things Jack and Andrea do together as he finds out about why she is in town for a full month...
Sex scenes. Things become complicated with the townsfolk as the festival is upon them....excerpt from the next book in the series, about other townsfolk is included at the end.
Good read, kept my interest.
I received this book from The Kennsington Books in exchange for my honest review
Jack is not happy to have a guest, but sees no way way out of it and decided to let her stay. Little by little she starts to bring him out of his self-inflicted exile and he begins to rejoin the human race. He even has his pigtails cut off and his long unruly beard shaved off.
There is so much going on in the story line, all revolving around the town and their up-coming 150 year birthday celebration. The characters are believable, friendly , and very interesting. The plot is strong and keeps interest, making the book hard to put down. For a while it looks like there won't be a HEA.... you'll have to read the book to see if the reformed hermit ends up with the grammy winning songwriter.
Dafina/Kensington, Feb 4 2014, $6.99
Los Angeles songwriter Audra Lane comes to the Cabins in Trinity Falls, Ohio to overcome her writer's block as she owes her business manager Benita three tunes. If first impressions matter, her wearing a garbage bag as a dress and signing in as Penny Lane are doozies, but disheveled desk clerk Jackson Sansberry contains his mirth until she is out of sight. Over the next three weeks, the lodger and the renovating owner become acquainted and subsequently become attracted to each other, he becomes her muse as she feels empathy for the grieving divorced Jack unable to move past the death of his daughter Zoey.
Caring Books & Bakery owner Doreen Fever begs Jack to participate in the Trinity Falls Sesquicentennial event as he is not only a descendent of the town's founding family, but a good person even donating Penny's room payment to the school rather than his cabin renovations. As Doreen runs for mayor, a late candidate shakes up the race by placing doubts in her mind that she is no longer the best person for the job.
The second Finding Home saga (see Trinity Falls) is an engaging look at a small Buckeye town. Readers will enjoy this warm tale of love between a Grammy-award winning Southern California native and a true blood Buckeye with strong supporting subplots that bring Trinity Falls to life.