- Series: Haven Point (Book 6)
- Mass Market Paperback: 384 pages
- Publisher: HQN; Original edition (June 27, 2017)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 037379939X
- ISBN-13: 978-0373799398
- Product Dimensions: 4.2 x 1 x 6.6 inches
- Shipping Weight: 6.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
- Average Customer Review: 228 customer reviews
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #105,291 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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I can't exactly pinpoint what was off about this book, but while it was a good book, it wasn't as good as her other books. At least not for me.
I'm pretty obsessed with the Hope's Crossing series and I get the feeling the Katrina Bailey was supposed to be the Genevieve Beaumont of Haven Point, but it didn't quite work for me the same way Genevieve's story did (which was my FAVORITE book of the Hope's Crossing series).
Katrina was a secondary character in a couple of the other books, but her transition from flighty and boy crazy to all the sudden being grounded and responsible wasn't very smooth. When we met her in the Riverbend Road she's upbeat and man crazy and very eccentric. But then when this book opens, she's like a COMPLETELY different character. Ms. Thayne gives an explanation as to why she changed and is behaving so differently, but it was all-of-the-sudden instead of one-step-at-a-time over the course of a couple of books in the the way she transitioned Genevieve's character from the first book to five books later when she got her own book. Don't get me wrong, the Katrina Bailey in this book was a wonderful heroine and I really enjoyed reading about her, I just didn't see any connection to the Katrina is the other books.
Bowie Callahan was an awesome hero. He wasn't in any other books, just moved to Haven Point, and his introduction to the story was awesome. While he was obviously rich, I liked that she didn't label him as a billionaire (like Ben and Aidan). Three billionaires in one small town is too many billionaires. Bowie's character progression was awesome. His transition of only being interested in helping his 5-year-old autistic brother to falling in love with Katrina was super smooth and believable. The brother, Milo, was also a great addition. Ms. Thayne did a great job at explaining autism and how it affects children/people and the different degrees of it there are.
As a whole, I really enjoyed the book and this it was very well written. I think it serves better as a standalone when it comes to character development verses being apart of a series.
For those interested: there are no sexual situations to offend any readers