It was a pleasure returning to Trinity Harbor once more, this time the story centers around Bobby Spencer, restaurateur and real estate mongrel and Jenna Kennedy only daughter from a rich Baltimore family who has to fight to be seen as more than just an after thought to her father and brothers.
After hearing about development of beachfront property Jenna has a surprise delivered to Bobby's front lawn in the hopes of getting his attention so that he would be wiling to at least listen to the ideas she has regarding the development since he won't take her phone calls on the matter. Of course Bobby wants nothing to do with Jenna and the surprise she left disappears under mysterious circumstances.
After the disappearance of her attention getting surprise and much resistance from Bobby, Jenna packs up her stuff and her daughter then moves down to Trinity Harbor with a proposal that Bobby can't refuse for his new development which will make Trinity Harbor a place where families would want to visit on weekends or vacations.
Little do Bobby and Jenna suspect but more than fate has played a hand in their potential working relationship. Yes, the meddling King Spencer has decided the spunky Baltimore woman is just what Bobby needs to put his life in perspective and has decided that Jenna is the perfect candidate who would be perfect for his youngest son, and then sets the plan in motion. Things don't go precisely the way King planned but Jenna is definitely the motivation that Bobby needed in order to let go of the past and begin to really live again.
I especially enjoyed being reacquainted with the past couples from the Trinity Harbor saga: Daisy and Walker, Anna-Louise and Richard as well as the budding relationship between King and the lovable Frances have progressed.
Overall this was a fun and entertaining novel, and I can't wait to find out what happens to Tucker!!!