Come Home with Me

Blue Moon Harbor

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It may be a dot in the Pacific Northwest, but tiny Blue Moon Harbor always has room for love . . .
 
Miranda Gabriel has finally hit rock-bottom. As a high-school drop-out, she fled Blue Moon Harbor and her shattered family life, and chased after love in all the wrong places. But now, as a single mom, her priority is her two-year-old daughter. Her only choice is to swallow her pride and return to the island she’s always hated. At least between working and studying, she’ll be too busy for romance—especially when the prospect is a nice guy, exactly the kind she knows she doesn’t deserve . . .
The island veterinarian, Luke Chandler is a widower raising four-year-old twin boys. In high school, he found bad girl Miranda fascinating—and though life has changed them both, he’s still intrigued. Luke has known true love, and something about Miranda makes him long to experience it again. Yet he’s wary of opening himself, and his boys, to hurt. But his heart may not give him a choice. And together, maybe he and Miranda can give each other the courage to believe in themselves, and to embrace a promising new future . . .
 
Praise for Susan Fox’s Caribou Crossing series
 
“The perfect sweep-you-away story—smart, sexy, funny and touching.  Susan Fox delivers an unforgettable read.” --Susan Wiggs on Home on the Range
 
One hot romance to remember.” ‑‑Publishers Weekly on Ring of Fire
 
“Fox’s honest storytelling is filled with sweet and raw moments that engage readers from the very first page.” –RT Book Reviews, 4 Stars on Ring of Fire
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About the author

International bestselling author Susan Fox (who also writes as Savanna Fox and Susan Lyons) has been a finalist in Romance Writers of America®’s prestigious RITA® contest and has won the National Readers’ Choice Award, the HOLT Medallion, the Booksellers Best Award, the Book Buyers Best Award, the Aspen Gold Readers Choice, the Golden Quill, the More Than Magic, the Lories, the Beacon, and the Laurel Wreath. She is a Pacific Northwester with homes in Victoria and Vancouver, British Columbia. She has degrees in law and psychology, and has had a variety of careers, including perennial student, computer consultant, and legal editor. Fiction writer is by far her favorite, giving her an outlet to demonstrate her belief in the power of love, friendship, and a sense of humor. Visit her website at www.susanfox.ca.
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Publisher
Zebra
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Published on
Dec 26, 2017
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Pages
368
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ISBN
9781420143270
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Language
English
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Genres
Fiction / Romance / Contemporary
Fiction / Sagas
Fiction / Small Town & Rural
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Content Protection
This content is DRM protected.
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Eligible for Family Library

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Known for its rugged beauty and eccentric residents, tiny Blue Moon Harbor is big on love . . .

For busy lawyer Eden Blaine, a trip to a Pacific Northwest island she’s never even heard of is far from a vacation. Eden’s ailing mother has tasked her with finding her long-lost aunt, who once had ties to a commune on the island.  Still reeling from a breakup with her longtime boyfriend, romance is the last thing Eden is looking for. But her gorgeous seaplane pilot has her wondering if a carefree rebound fling is exactly what she needs. . .
 
Aaron Gabriel has no illusions about happily ever after. His troubled childhood made sure of that. But he does appreciate a pretty woman’s company, and Eden is the exact combination of smart and sexy that turns him on. Still, as he helps her search for her missing aunt, the casual relationship he imagined quickly becomes something much more passionate—and much harder to give up. Can two people determined to ignore romance recognize that their heated connection is the kind of love destined to last?
 
Praise for Susan Fox’s Caribou Crossing series

“The perfect sweep-you-away story—smart, sexy, funny and touching.  Susan Fox delivers an unforgettable read.” —Susan Wiggs on Home on the Range

“One hot romance to remember.” —Publishers Weekly on Ring of Fire

“Fox’s honest storytelling is filled with sweet and raw moments that engage readers from the very first page.” —RT Book Reviews, 4 Stars on Ring of Fire

“A slow, sexy build to a pretty great happy ending…The perfect scorching summer read.” —Kirkus Reviews, Starred Review
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