Hawthorne Harbor Second Chance Romance Series
Go to Hawthorne Harbor on the seashore of Washington for the best clean beach romance on the West Coast. All second chance romance, all with heroes you'll love!
Paramedic Andrew Herrin delivered Gretchen Samuels's daughter on the side of the road when she and her husband couldn't make it to the hospital in time. When their paths cross again in small-town Hawthorne Harbor, she's a widow and the baby is ten-year-old Dixie.
Dixie gets along great with Drew, and Gretchen finds herself falling in love with the man who's rescued her twice now. But when Drew's ex-girlfriend comes back to town, Gretchen's trust issues rear their ugly head. Can she and Drew find their way toward finding love in the lavender?
Janey Germaine is tired of entertaining tourists in Olympic National Park all day and trying to keep her twelve-year-old son occupied at night. When long-time friend and the Chief of Police, Adam Herrin, offers to take the boy on a ride-along one fall evening, Janey starts to see him in a different light. Do they have the courage to take their relationship out of the friend zone?
Bennett Patterson is content with his boring firefighting job and his big great dane...until he comes face-to-face with his high school girlfriend, Jennie Zimmerman, who swore she'd never return to Hawthorne Harbor. Can they rekindle their old flame? Or will their opposite personalities keep them apart?
Trent Baker lost his wife four years ago and moved back to Hawthorne Harbor so his parents and sister could help with his toddler. He trains K9 police dogs--and needs a new deck. So he calls Lauren Michaels, a general contractor and woman who asked him out years ago. She knows he can't remember that, but as they start working together on the Festival of Trees, she's hoping to build a relationship with him. But she doesn't like kids, and he feels disloyal. Can Trent and Lauren find love this holiday season?
Hunter Magleby left Hawthorne Harbor nine years ago to serve in the Army. His one-week-old marriage was annulled by his wife, and he feels strange coming back to the town where he grew up, unsure if Alice is still there.
Not only is Alice Kopp still in town, she has an eight-year-old son named Westin. When the boy literally bumps into Hunter, its like looking right into a mirror from the past.
The child is clearly his.
Can Hunter and Alice find a way to forgive each other and become a family?
David Reddington has spent years in the Coast Guard, and his career brings him a lot of joy. But he’s lonely even surrounded by his crew.
Brooklynn Parrish lost her fiancé three years ago to an accident on the ocean, and she can’t bring herself to accept Dave’s invitations to dinner. Or lunch. Or even coffee.
But Dave only has eyes for her, and when they get put together to organize the Spring Fling, Brooklynn can’t deny the attraction between them.
Will she lose her heart to another man destined for a catastrophe at sea?