Thursday, April 12, 2018

Review: Home to Honeymoon Harbor by JoAnn Ross



Genre:
Romance

Format:
E-Book

Publisher:
HQN Books

Release Date:
April 1, 2018







Synopsis from Goodreads:

New York Times bestselling author JoAnn Ross invites you to discover Honeymoon Harbor with the captivating prequel to her brand-new romance series!

The rivalry between the Mannion and Harper families has divided them for over a century. Which is why, when John Mannion and Sara Harper fall in love, they become the small seaport town’s very own Romeo and Juliet. But in Honeymoon Harbor, nothing—not even an infamous family feud—is a match for love.

My Review

Many years ago John Manion and Sara Harper fell in love and intended to get married. Unfortunately, their families hated each other dating back to way before John and Sara met. They broke up and went their separate ways.

Now, John wants a second chance but can Sara forgive past mistakes? Living in a small town like Honeymoon Harber doesn’t help.

This is a prequel to JoAnn Ross’ new series, Honeymoon Harbor. I love prequels as it gives the readers a chance to for an introduction to the characters and setting. For a short book, it is filled with romance, drama and characters readers can care about. It’s a quick, charming second chance romance.

I’m looking forward to the first full length book in this series.



For reading challenges:
Literary Escapes Reading Challenge 2018 (Washington State)

Disclosure: I borrowed this ebook from my library. I was not required to write a positive review. All opinions expressed are my own.

2 comments:

  1. Do names like Honeymoon Harbour actually exist!

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  2. That sounds good and I love the cover!

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