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Publisher's Summary

An emotional and sexy novel about guarded hearts, finding love, and families lost and found by Melissa Foster, the New York Times bestselling author of Maybe We Will.

After spending years wondering who she was, tattoo artist Cait Weatherby finally found her answers on the sandy shores of Silver Island. With two half sisters she never knew existed, a group of friends she adores, and a devastatingly charming admirer who flirts with her at every turn, she’s ready to figure out her next steps. The trouble is, Cait lives in the shadows of a dark past, and she can’t afford complications that might cause her to lose the family she’s only just found - complications like blue-eyed boatbuilder Brant Remington, who is as open as she is guarded. If only the sexy charmer would take the hint...

Brant is Cait’s opposite in every way, but he’s drawn to everything about the sexy newcomer - from the quiet strength that rivals the caution in her mossy-green eyes to her tough facade that he can’t wait to strip away. 

As Brant works his magic, Cait’s walls come down. But as sweet as that feels, Cait knows how quickly good things can turn bad. It’s going to take more than a little trust to beat the ghosts of her past and claim the future they both deserve.

©2021 by Melissa Foster. (P)2021 Brilliance Publishing, Inc., all rights reserved.

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  • Nailz.Cliques
  • 16-01-2022

loved it

loved finally getting to know Kate's story! heartbreak and so touching! they clicked so well they had me so invested!

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  • P. Phan
  • 01-01-2022

Wonderful story

I really enjoyed Brant and Cait’s story by Melissa Foster and it was wonderfully narrated by Savannah Peachwood and Aaron Shedlock.

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  • haydee Diaz
  • 30-12-2021

love it

love the story poor kate can't catch a break always something this or that but by the end of their Story He asked avery important question

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  • Sallyinspace
  • 17-12-2021

Can’t listen to these narrators

Terrible narration. It sounds like someone making fun of bad audiobooks. I’ll have to read this one in print.

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  • KC
  • 30-11-2021

Why is it so Blah?

Performance: does anyone like overly emotive vocal fry? Me neither. Dear God make it stop. There is no reason to be wispy and growly when talking about a door or blueberry muffin.

Story: overwrought and lacking any depth. There's this story about a woman who finds out about family she didn't know she had. Who suffered abuse in her childhood. Who is building a new life. That is not this story. This story is about a guy getting laid with a hot, aloof woman with additions of moodiness and tragic background story to give reason as to why they weren't already in bed. Seriously, childhood abuse is used as a means of a slow burn.

Does she go to therapy? No. Does anyone in her life, other than the guy who can't take a hint, seem invested in her mental health that is obviously damaged? No. Does the guy respect boundaries, especially as she continuously give clues that she has been abused? No. Instead we get descriptions of his bulge and his attraction to her assets while secondary characters do nothing but have surface level conversations.

I guess that's why this audiobook is blah. Bad narration felt trying to give life to a story that is pretty awful. Don't get it, even if it is free.

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  • MICHELE JOHNSON
  • 26-11-2021

Nope

skip this one! it was boring and way too sappy. the storyline was lacking. NO!

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  • Kindle Customer
  • 25-11-2021

loved it

I really enjoyed reading this author. I look forward to reading more books by this author in the near future.

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  • Ttly Addicted 2 Reading
  • 17-11-2021

Maybe We Should

In Maybe We Should, Foster wielded her magic and created a story, which will tug at your heartstring and  have you shedding a tear or two.

I have been looking forward to Cait Weatherby and Brant Remington's story ever since their introduction in Maybe We Will. An air of mystery surrounded Cait, which made me eager to learn her story. In Maybe We Will, she discovered she had siblings, whom she has grown close with since. She knew she had been adopted, but was never aware of the circumstances behind adoption. This information came to light in this installment of the Silver Harbor series. 

From the moment Brant met Cait, he knew she was the woman of his dreams. However, it would seem his flirtations and charming personality had no effect on her. He knew he needed to convince her they were meant for each other. Giving up was not an option.

As fate would have it, Cait’s attempt to save an adorable dog from drowning provided the perfect opportunity for them to get closer.

The chemistry between Cait and Brant leapt from the pages. It could not be denied, no matter how much Cait tried to running from it. I loved how patient Brant was with her. He wanted to be with her, but he chose not to push until she was ready. With his charm, patience and understanding, he slowly chipped away at the wall which encased her heart.

The revelation of Cait’s past was heartbreaking. Despite the pain suffered in the past, she stayed strong. I admired her bravery in confronting the person responsible for the pain and hurt. Her actions showed how much she had grown.

Maybe We Should, is another wonderful story in the Silver Harbor series. It introduced characters to whom readers can relate. The romance featured was well developed and authentic. One cannot help but root for this couple as they work through their issues. 

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Savannah Peachwood and Aaron Shedlock narrated. Both are new to me. I thought their voices complemented each other. I believed they did a wonderful job of bringing Cait and Brant to life, and they both added emotion into their narration.

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Overall, Maybe We Should delivered a wonderful romantic story, which fulfilled my need for a heartwarming romance. A story which romance readers will appreciate for its charm and for the emotions it will evoke.

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  • Kindle Customer
  • 15-11-2021

Excellent continuation of series

Although this can be read/ listened to as a standalone audio, it is a great second book in series. I loved the storyline. It tore at my heart in so many ways. I'm so invested in the characters. I laughed and cried. So many emotions. This is my favorite so far. I cannot wait for the next book in this series!

Aaron Shedlock and Savannah Peachwood are excellent narrators. They performed with such emotion and brought this audiobook to life. Perfect performances!

*I listened to this book through the Kindle Unlimited program.

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  • NightRunner
  • 15-11-2021

Good Story

4.25 Stars for me!

My rating range of this story...
If significant, why?

Main Character Ratings...
H = 7/10
h = 7/10

Narrator Rating(s)
M = 7/10
F = 8/10
If below 5/10,why?

Was cheating involved? No
Any major triggers to be aware of? Dad abandonment issues

Scenes with heat... Yes
What point does it start? 50%
How much of the story? 10%
Anything beyond M/F? No
If yes, explained

Heat Rating... 7/10
Clean or Fade to Black - 1 or 2
Normal to Descriptive 3-5
Detailed Descriptive Sex - 6-7
Um, Wow, Beyond Descriptive Sex - 8 or above

Was there so much sex or unrealistic sex that you rolled your eyes and/or skipped forward? Almost

The back story... The blurb says it all

The Romance... The patient H takes his time and provides continuous care for the h. She finally realizes that she can have it all.

The drama explosion... The H confronts dear old dad
Did it feel Real, OK or contrived? Semi-real
Was it OTT? A bit
Separation involved? Short
Was it resolved properly or rushed? Properly

Final Notes... Good Story - the h was driving me crazy though.


HEA or HFN? HEA

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