No matter if she is writing fun and quirky or on a more serious subject Kim always knows the way to our hearts. She can make the toughest of us shed tears and laugh, it is a joy to read her books.
Releasing on January 12, 2016
Sassy tomboy Ginger Atkinson would rather be captaining a deep-sea fishing boat than baking pies, yet she still wishes she had a man to bake for. Sure, the pretty redhead is happy running her late father’s Turtle Island Ferry business, but everyone in the world is finding love except her. Stuck on the wrong side of thirty, she’s trying to accept singlehood by building a dream home—for one.In high school, Carter Ridley loved to sneak off with his good friend Ginger to watch the sun rise over the ocean. But after graduation, his path took a different route. One that, unlike Ginger’s, did get him the spouse and house of his dreams. At least, until a scandal shattered everything.Running from his heartbreak, Carter returns to Turtle Island, where he discovers that Ginger is all grown up. His teenage friend has become the woman he’s always wanted. But will Carter’s pain scare him away from a chance at happiness? Or can he be the loving partner Ginger’s been looking for?
My review: Ginger is not a girly girl she is running a bat charter business on the island and is still single, while her friends are all married now. This is a tough time for her and she is trying to make the next step in life.
Carter is divorced after a huge discovery, and he was coerced by his parents to come back to Turtle Island to help his sister. He is not in a good place in his life.
This is a light story about two people who were friends forever and lost touch through the years. Seeing each other again brings back memories of days past. First they have to break through walls and figure out what is best for them selves before they will be able to move on.
I found this book to be emotional for me as it hit home for me in a lot of ways and it was an incredibly awesome book. I hope you enjoy it as much as I did
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