Laura needs something else in her life. Her marriage was over years and her sons are grown so she moves to Newfoundland. On her first day in Puffin Cove, she almost collides with a moose and meets a sexy man, Kane, that she thinks doesn't like her at the pub. She also meets the owners of a B&B and gets a room. She's been there about a month when Kane asks her out to look for icebergs. He calls her Spitfire. Will they find love a second time?
This book makes me want to visit Newfoundland. I lived there when I was a baby for a couple of years but I don't remember - obviously. The author's descriptions make you feel as if you are there.
From the author:
Kane has friends. He is content. He carves his celebrated birds and farms on his little slice of heaven in Puffin Cove, Newfoundland, and heals from the tragedy that sent him fleeing from his homeland. But one look at a beautiful redhead in a quiet pub, and the life he has so carefully rebuilt tilts on its axis.
Laura knows there must be something better out there. This is the only life she is going to get, and dammit, she isn't going to waste one more day. When she runs away from home she certainly doesn't expect to fall instantly in love with a small east coast town, and a crusty, sexy Irishman.
As Kane and Laura explore the beauty of the land and a love that they never knew could exist, their fears for the future and the scars of the past threaten to tear apart a perfect forever.
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ebook, First, 300 pages
Published May 25th 2013 by Smashwords