Rangers of Acadia: Jordan Pond

· Rangers of Acadia Book 1 · Rycon Press
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What’s lost can be found again…

Five summers ago, Chelsea Woodridge met, fell in love with, and married ranger Theodore Lapierre in beautiful Bar Harbor. It was perfect, until her father’s manipulations cost her not only the man she loved but their child, spiraling her into a fog that lasted for years.

Theo loved Chelsea the instant he saw her and thought the feelings returned. Her visit with her father has him questioning her love when instead of returning, he gets a note of rejection. And several months later, a newborn on his doorstep.

With her father now dead, Chelsea returns to Maine, where she’d been happiest. Theo’s presence brings back the pain of the past but seeing the daughter she thought was dead devastates her. How could Theo have thought she didn’t want her own child? More importantly, how could her father have lied to her about her baby?

Rebuilding the marriage may take more than either can manage. They shared love once, but Chelsea still holds secrets. Ones that can’t be revealed if she wants to have a life with Theo and their daughter. 

1 review
Lyn Morris
July 11, 2022
An intriguing story with an element of suspense. I felt like this book wouldn't have been the same without the town/area it was set in. While the story could have succeeded without Chelsea & Theo's daughter Jordan it quite simply wouldn't have been the same book. It was beautiful seeing Chelsea and Theo find their way back to being a couple and having their own HEA. Note: if you are sensitive to gaslighting and/or trauma, you may want to approach this story with caution.
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