SEA GLASS SUNRISE is a great way to start off the Brides of Blueberry
Cove series. I felt an
instant connection to the characters and wanted to be in Blueberry Cove at
the wedding with them. I am usually drawn to stories with a small town feel
and this was one of them. I enjoy the connection between family and
friends in small towns, because it is exactly what I had growing up.
A personal and professional blow leaves Hannah McCrae, a high powered
attorney, unsure of her future. She returns to her home
base of Blueberry Cove under the facade that she is only there to attend
her brother's wedding. Upon entering town and being distracted by the
beauty she has missed, Hannah runs a stop sign that brings her face to
face with sexy contractor and farmer Calder Blue. Oh my, we all need a
Calder has travelled to Blueberry Cove to conduct some business and to
settle a two hundred year old family feud. Becoming involved in a traffic
accident with a gorgeous woman was not a part of his plans, though he's
definitely attracted to her. Will his temporary stay in Blueberry Cove
turn into something permanent? The whole killing of the sign is such a
funny scene that I was laughing out loud.
Calder and Hannah keep bumping into each other all over town, literally.
Calder continues to come to her rescue in small ways in the week leading
up to the wedding, but soon she comes to his aid as an attorney when
there is suspicion that he committed a crime in the name of a family feud.
Although there seems to be an instant attraction, and everyone in town is
talking, Calder and Hannah each have past experiences that make them
leery of true love forever.
SEA GLASS SUNRISE is the perfect way to spend the day. The ways that
Hannah and Calder keep running into each other are hilarious and I was
doing so much giggling reading their escapades. Plus Hannah's sisters
Fiona and Kerry will have you laughing so hard you will be snorting.
Donna Kauffman's SEA GLASS SUNRISE is a follow up to the Bachelors of
which I am now in a quest to read. There is no need to read the series or
books in order, but I know some people have to read series that way. The
dialogue between Hannah and Calder is hilarious and the romance sizzling.
Included at the end of the book are some delicious recipes, and who doesn't
love that? Donna Kauffman's stories always leave me smiling and wanting
more. I'm so excited to read the next book, SNOWFLAKE BAY, coming out in
In seaside Blueberry Cove, Maine, friends are just another
word for family, and big-city politics take a backseat to
local pride. But the real treasure on these shores is always
When D.C. lawyer Hannah McCrae heads home for her brotherís
wedding, sheís dragging a lot of baggage along with heróand
she doesnít mean suitcases. Betrayed personally, and
humiliated professionally, the last thing she wants is a new
man. Thatís fine with square-jawed, rugged contractor Calder
Blue. He and Hannah may be wildly attracted to one another,
but all he wants is to build the townís hotly contested new
yacht club and mend a centuries-old family feud. Yet thanks
to resentments old and new, day after day the pair wind up
tangled in each otherís businessóand maybe soon in each