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Publisher's Summary

Chesapeake Shores has always represented home and family for the O'Briens, but in Lilac Lane, the community extends its healing powers to a woman recovering from overwhelming grief.

Single mom Kiera Malone struggled for years to raise her three children in a small town on the coast of Ireland. Just when she's let down her guard and allowed herself to love again, her fiancé suffers a fatal heart attack and leaves her alone yet again. Overwhelmed by her loss, she's persuaded to visit her father, Dillon O'Malley, and her daughter, Moira O'Brien, in Chesapeake Shores. With the promise of family ties and a job at O'Brien's, her son-in-law's Irish pub, she takes what seems like the biggest risk of her life.

As it turns out, though, crossing the ocean is nothing compared to moving into a charming cottage on Lilac Lane, right next door to Bryan Laramie, the moody chef at O'Brien's, who doesn't do anything the way Kiera believes it should be done. Their kitchen wars quickly become the stuff of legends in Chesapeake Shores, and the town's matchmakers conclude where there's heat, there's sure to be passion.

As these two deal with their wounded pasts and discover common interests, they might just find the perfect recipe for love.

©2017 Sherryl Woods (P)2017 Harlequin Enterprises, Limited.

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  • Julie A. Beard
  • 14-07-2018

Didn't want it to end and want a sequel!

A wonderful book, great storyline, likeable characters and excellent narration. I highly recommend it! A+++

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  • FutureDoc
  • 13-04-2018

Sherryl Woods doesn't disappoint

This is another wonderful continuation of the Chesapeake Shores saga. The O'Briens aren't prominently featured, but the new characters are charming and real. I won't divulge too many details here for fear of spoiling it, but be assured that Sherryl Woods did another great job with this book. I can't wait to read the next installment!

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 02-11-2020

loved it sad there is no more Cheaspeak shores now

this book was a great way to listen on a long drive. I've been waiting out to read it because it sadly is the last in the series. but I fell back in love with seaside town once again and felt I knew each one of the characters as friends.

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  • Cindy
  • 31-08-2020

A pleasant read

This is a very pleasing study of a close extended family of Irish background working in their east coast restaurant. Multiple generations deal with life's problems, while some meddle (in a well-intentioned, and usually successful way) to bring harmony.

The reader portrayed different characters well, but the volume of her voice varied from sometimes almost inaudible to almost shouting. That was annoying and sometimes uncomfortable to my ears. Otherwise, this was a good read.

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  • Katherine E. Rooney
  • 17-03-2019

Simply awesome!

I love the storyline, I love the way the characters got together and I love that the relationships were developed. I would recommend this book to anyone who loves a great love story

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  • Deborah
  • 05-11-2017

Lame ending

I have always enjoyed the Chesapeake Sores O’Brien family saga. This one lacked plot resolution. It made for a very flat ending.

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  • Sparky
  • 27-10-2017

She does it again!

Only Sherryl can pull off so many great novels using this family. I can only hope for more.

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  • Happy Reader
  • 31-12-2018

predictable and fake

I have no doubt a lot of readers like this series, but I found it so boring I couldn't finish it. The strory is unexciting and so predictable, you could see every plot turn a mile away. there was zero sexual/romantic chemistry between the main couple and the story seemed to rely on inconsequential chitchat between side characters to fill the pages. So much so, that it was hard to remember who the story is supposed to be about.
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Will not be reading another from this author

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