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by Melissa Foster
Released: February 22nd 2017
Series: The Bradens at Peaceful Harbor MD #5
Published by World Literary Press
“The Peaceful Harbor series is one of my favorites amongst Melissa Foster’s series”
~ Under the Covers
Welcome back to Peaceful Harbor! In this fifth installment to the series, Tempest Braden rents a room from a closed-off artist named Nash Morgan. She hopes to be able to concentrate on her blooming business. However, Nash and his adorable son, Phillip, become a presence she can’t ignore.
I feel like I always say this with Melissa Foster’s books but I just love how this woman writes small-town romances. It has just the right amount of coziness that readers feel right at home when they pick up a book but also, no two books are similar. You’ll find in a lot of small-town stories, most of the characters are similar but even from book to book within a series, Foster comes up with heroes and heroines who are not only unique but are very interesting as well. Since I liked both Tempest and Nash individually, I liked them even more as a couple.
One of the things that stands out with this book is the presence of Phillip. I liked that Foster incorporated his presence throughout so that this book really feels like a family story. You’ll encounter a lot of walk-on moments of characters from other books/series so that’s nice if you read all of Foster’s books like I do. However, if you don’t, that can be problematic since they do have a good amount of page time. I would just keep that in mind if you decide to try these books out without having read the others in the series.
The Peaceful Harbor series is one of my favorites amongst Melissa Foster’s series. I’m really looking forward to seeing what comes next!
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