Summary: In the second book of the Star Harbor Series, Seb’s twin brother, Theo, returns to Star Harbor in an effort to shake his writer’s block. Theo is a widely successful author of fiction and his editor has been breathing down his neck. Feeling stifled by his life in San Fransisco, he decides some time in his hometown might be just what he needs to gain some perspective and refocus on his work. After a tragedy at work, social worker Avery takes a leave from her job in Boston to travel to Star Harbor to help her aunt run the Inn. She meets Theo when he takes a room at the Inn and sparks fly from their first meeting. Theo is immediately intrigued by Avery and pursues her relentlessly, convinced that if Avery would just open up that they could have something magical. But, despite her deep attraction to him, Avery refuses to let Theo in, which might cause her to lose him forever. Add some bumps in the night (is the Inn haunted?) and the return of the hilarious cast of characters from the first book in the series (including 3 more hot Grayson brothers) and you get a fast-pased and entertaining contemorary romance novel.
Reasons: I really liked this book! The second book in the Star Harbor series, this book picks right up where the last one left off. And if you liked Seb Grayson, you will LOVE his twin brother Theo! He was such a great guy – honest, direct, romantic and a really sweet guy. But, like all “alpha males” he knew what he wanted and went for it – Avery. I also really enjoyed Avery’s character. She was strongwilled, dedicated to her job and her clients, and focussed on helping her aunt through a difficult time. She was awesome.
I really enjoyed the return of all of our favourite characters, including the last 2 Grayson brothers. The author was already setting us up for the next installment, which I will definitely read.
The author added in some “action” to keep things moving, and I found that this helped with the pacing of the book.
Overall, it was a great read and I would definitely recommend this book (and series) to anyone looking for a good contemporary romance.
*This book was provided by NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.