THE FORCE OF THOSE EYES HIT FRANKIE MOOREHOUSE LIKE A GUST OF WIND But she quickly reminded herself that she had dinner to get ready, the staff of White Caps B&B (such as it was) to motivate. She didn't have the luxury of staring into a stranger's face. Although, jeez, what a face it was. And... show more
THE FORCE OF THOSE EYES HIT FRANKIE MOOREHOUSE LIKE A GUST OF WIND But she quickly reminded herself that she had dinner to get ready, the staff of White Caps B&B (such as it was) to motivate. She didn't have the luxury of staring into a stranger's face. Although, jeez, what a face it was. And wasn't it just her luck that the owner of that face, Nate Walker--with his rebel attitude and distaste for authority--was the chef her restaurant desperately needed, and he was staying for the summer.... And...it was a bit too tempting to let this breath of fresh air sweep her off her feet. Because all work and no play had been Frankie's motto for much too long!
Publish date: June 28th 2011
Publisher: HQN Books
Pages no: 298
Edition language: English
Series: The Moorehouse Legacy (#1)
Back before JR Ward wrote about vampires, she wrote under a different name... Heroine - head of the family and managing the family pile (which at this point seems to be literally a pile). She has spent the past 10 years taking care of her sister and grandma following the death of the parents. She ...
My review cross-posted from Romance Junkies For Frankie Moorehouse, White Caps is more than just a Bed & Breakfast. It’s her childhood home…and it’s falling to pieces. Frankie’s worked herself to the bone trying to keep her parents’ legacy going, while supporting herself, her sister and her grandm...
2.5 stars First half I kept imagining ways to strangle bitch slap the heroine Frankie in this. Second half, I was just waiting for something more to happen. I was left feeling a little bit bored and a whole lot of underwhelmed by the overall story and pacing. And everything was resolved a little *to...
Meh. Probably more like 2.5. It was pretty bland, predictable, and full of contrivances. I can't really work up a lot of steam to go in depth about this. Other than Frankie, the Heroine, who was pretty awful. She was dreadful to Nate, the Hero, out of the gate for no reason whatsoever. She couldn't ...
I liked this book, but I felt it drifted off on the siblings, especially Joy, a little too much. Getting POV from five characters in a 250 page book can lead to some confusion. I will read the other two books to find out how things turn out for Nate and Frankie.
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