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- File Size: 645 KB
- Print Length: 211 pages
- Publisher: Mills & Boon Superromance (1 Jan. 2018)
- Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
- Language: English
- ASIN: B075Q3Y9GY
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Average Customer Review: 6 customer reviews
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #679,150 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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A Stranger In The Cove (Mills & Boon Superromance) (Templeton Cove Stories, Book 8) Kindle Edition
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This is the 8th book in the Templeton Cove Series yet my very first book.
It can be perfectly read as a standalone, however I will definitely be looking into reading the others as Templeton Cove is a very special place and I would love to uncover more.
I also want to mention just how much I adore this cover....A Sexy Musician what's not to love! Completely drew me in!
When Mac Orman (Sexy Musician) rocks into Templeton Cove tongues start to wag... well in particular Kate's.
When she bumps into the mysterious stranger in the local pub where he is staying she is automatically drawn to him.
Kate ( A Charity Worker for Teenage Support) is very proud and extremely protective of Templeton Cove and her friends that live there so she takes it upon herself to uncover just why Mac has come to Templeton Cove.
She is determined to stop him leaving a trail of destruction with the people she cares so dearly for.
You see Mac is a closed book.
He comes across as standoffish, aloof, distant, rude, somewhat hurt, but yet intriguing and sexy.
He has been deeply hurt by grief.
After learning his Dad was adopted and was given up by his biological grandmother who he believes is a resident of the Cove he sets out to find her and To finish what his Dad had started.
He is desperate to find her to let her know exactly what her son was like as a Man and Father.
I loved Kate, she is so loyal and has such a big heart.
But she too has had her heart broken and is carrying deep secrets of her own.
Can Mac be the one to heal her heart and get her to trust again?
Or is he just too broken himself?
Rachel had me thoroughly invested and captivated by Templeton Cove and it's residents.
Within the story Rachel touches on some very sensitive issues, which she handles with sensitivity and grace.
I loved Kate and Mac, there charisma and connection just sizzled right off the pages.
The banter between them was brilliant, they had a love/hate relationship, yet they was still so drawn to each other like magnets.
A Stranger in the Cove is a captivating and poignant read about heartache, secrets, dealing with grief, learning to love, new beginnings, friendship and hope.
It truly is a beautiful read that is just perfect for snuggling up on a cold winters night.
Mac is a musician. He's on a mission and will stay in Templeton Cove until he's succeeded. Mac's late father was adopted and Mac is looking for his grandmother, the woman his father never managed to meet. Mac is a city guy, but when he meets Kate and spends some time in Templeton Cove he starts to see the appeal of living in a small town. While Mac isn't in Templeton Cove to heal, it's something that just might happen because of Kate's loving influence and confronting honesty. Will he be able to find happiness again after everything he's been through?
A Stranger in the Cove is a heartwarming story about love, loss, grief, anger and hope. Mac is Kate's type, but that's why she's careful with him. She doesn't want to fall for the wrong man and carefully guards her heart. She's been hurt in the past and has been through a lot, just like Mac. They're kindred spirits and they're perfect for each other. However, Mac still has a lot of anger to get through first. It was beautiful to see how Kate helps him to find light in his life once more. Their relationship doesn't have an easy start and I was really curious to see where it would lead.
Rachel Brimble's writing has a wonderful flow. I love Templeton Cove, it's a fantastic small town with interesting inhabitants. I was immediately intrigued by Mac's mission and couldn't wait to find out more about his grandmother. Kate can help Mac with his search, but she doesn't accept it when he's behaving badly because of his grief. She clearly sets her boundaries and I admired her courage. I loved how Rachel Brimble makes them interact with each other and the dialogue is fabulous. A Stranger in the Cove is another amazing Templeton Cove book, it's captivating and incredibly romantic.
Mac has come into Templeton Cove with one thing on his mind, he wants to find his biological Grandmother and tell her what being adopted did to his Father. He has no intention to sugarcoat his message and doesn’t care what emotional damage his appearance may cause.
Kate, our resident charitable whirlwind who we’ve met a few times in this series, knows instantly that something is up with Mac and she wants to get to the bottom of his appearance in town before anybody gets hurt, especially if it’s somebody she cares about. The problem is she likes him, despite his shifty demeanour and the fact he annoys all kinds of hell out of her.
Rachel Brimble has woven a situation that makes it almost impossible for love to flourish, with two people pulling in different directions while their emotions are pulling them towards each other. It was hard to read at times willing them to find a way and even as a reader you couldn’t figure out what would be the best solution.
Mac and Kate were the perfect story to end the Templeton Cove saga on and while getting to the end of this book was bittersweet I know whatever is coming next from Rachel Brimble will be wonderful.
A huge thank you to Rachel Brimble and Harlequin/Mills & Boon for the eARC so that I could read and honestly review this book.
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