First in a heartwarming new series from the New York Times bestselling author Former Navy SEAL Sax Douchett returns to his home town and is hailed as a local hero. But starting over is difficult when he unearths a long- buried secret that reunites him with a past he's never forgotten. She's... show more
First in a heartwarming new series from the New York Times bestselling author Former Navy SEAL Sax Douchett returns to his home town and is hailed as a local hero. But starting over is difficult when he unearths a long- buried secret that reunites him with a past he's never forgotten. She's Sheriff Kara Conway, a girl who's always held a special place in his heart. But as he cautiously reconnects with Kara and bonds with her young son, another long-held secret in Shelter Bar threatens their second chance at a life together...
Format: mass market paperback
Publish date: July 6th 2010
Pages no: 377
Edition language: English
, Contemporary Romance
, Womens Fiction
, Chick Lit
, Romantic Suspense
Series: Shelter Bay (#1)
Not as good as the next book in the Shelter Bay series. There was not nearly as much sexual tension between the two main characters as there was between the main characters in One Summer, the next novel. Despite that I am really enjoying the series and I love the Oregon coastal town the books are se...
Widowed sheriff of small coastal OR town investigates the conundrum of human bones found by the dog of the town's former bad boy & ex-Navy SEAL Hero. Her investigation leads to her life being threatened. So heroine & her 8yo son temporarily move in Hero's house. To progress from old friends to lover...
Kara Conway is the new sheriff in Shelter Bay. Taking over her late father’s position, Kara believes returning home to the small Oregon town will bring her peace and quiet. After a brutal attack in the city, she only wants to write up reports about smashed up mailboxes and easy pranks but a dispatch...
This is the first book in JoAnn Ross' new Shelter Bay series, which is a spinoff of her High Risk series, which I've never read. There are things that are referenced in this book that must have happened in the other series, but not in a way that made me think I needed to read those books to understa...