Friday, June 30, 2017

Review of Serenity Harbor by RaeAnne Thayne

Brief Book Summary Courtesy of HQN Books 

Computer-tech millionaire Bowie Callahan is about the last person that schoolteacher Katrina Bailey wants to work for. As far as she can see, he’s arrogant, entitled and not up to the task of caring for his young half brother, Milo. But Kat is, especially if it brings her closer to her goal of adopting an orphaned little girl. And as her kindness and patience work wonders with Milo, she realizes there’s more to sexy, wary Bo. 
Bo never imagined he’d be tasked with caring for a sibling he didn’t know existed. Then again, he never pictured himself impulsively kissing vibrant, compassionate Katrina in the moonlight. Now he’s ready to make her dream of family come true…and hoping there’s room in it for him, too… 

My Review:

I received an ARC of Serenity Harbor in exchange for an honest, unbiased review. This is the 6th book in the Haven Point series by RaeAnne Thayne and like the other books in the series this book did not disappoint with its catchy, heartwarming story and well developed characters. In regards to the well developed characters I really felt like RaeAnne did a great job of giving you enough back story on the characters that you felt like you knew them but not too much where it was over done.

In addition to the well developed characters I really enjoyed the story that RaeAnne chose to tell with this book. It was very interesting to read the interactions that Katrina had with the other main character Bowie but also with his half brother, Milo who had autism. I always enjoy reading stories like this because it gets away from the typical contemporary romance stories that are out there and dives more into who a family works and the struggles that people go through.

Lastly, I enjoyed how RaeAnne was able to intertwine previous main characters in her books into this one so that you can catch up on their stories along with reading about this new one.  

Highly recommend this book to readers who enjoy contemporary romance or romance in general.

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