Published by Harpeth Road Press on the 7th May 2024
Get swept away to the charming coastal town of Heron Isle with an absolutely uplifting summer listen that’s perfect for fans of Denise Hunter, Debbie Macomber, and RaeAnne Thayne.

Daily walks along the sparkling shoreline and chats with her best friend are a part of the slow-paced life for bookstore owner Lucy Sullivan. And that’s just how she likes to spend her time. She reveres the unchanging character and close-knit community of her picturesque village and works hard to preserve it from development.

After the town library was forced to close, Lucy stepped in to maintain the Little Free Library in town. Those who leave a book there include notes explaining why they’d recommend it, which Lucy adores. And Lucy, herself, has gotten a few that have her smitten.

So when she hears Logan Lancaster is brought in to solve the town’s budget deficit, Lucy isn’t at all excited about his vision for growth along the waterfront. To make matters worse, Logan and Lucy are appointed as the representatives of opposing views in a series of public forums for the proposed expansion.

They couldn’t be more opposite. Except for one small thing: unbeknownst to both of them, they’ve been swapping anonymous notes in the Little Free Library… Will their messages ruin everything Lucy has worked so hard to achieve in Heron Isle? One thing’s for sure, the quaint life she’s built for herself will definitely never be the same…

I feel like I have been waiting ages for this book tour as could not wait to tell you how brilliant it is and you need to buy it.
This is right up there with my favourite books of the year, a super feel good read for a lovely summer holiday. A few surprises along the way to keep you turning those pages plus you can almost see the eye candy!  Will they or won’t they and will the truth ever come out? I will leave that for you to read and discover the joys of books and the community.
Harpeth Road Press

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