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"Home to the Fletcher family for generations, Dare Island is a fishing village rocked by changing timesuits traditions slipping away like sands of the North Carolina coast. Single dad and fishing boat captain Matt Fletcher deferred his own dreams to support his innkeeper parents and build a future for his sixteen-year-old son. Matt has learned to weather life's storms by steering a steady emotional course . . . and keeping a commitment-free approach to love. Newcomer Allison Carter came to Dare Island to escape the emotional demands of her wealthy family. The young teacher aims to build a life here, to make a lasting place for herself. She doesn't want to be another Woman Who Once Dated Matt Fletcher. It's both tempting and dangerous to believe she can be something more. Then Matt's brother Luke makes a sudden return home, with a child of his ownuand a request that will change all their lives. With a child's welfare at stake, Matt must turn to Allison to teach him to let go of the past, open his eyes . . . and follow his heart. 'A story as fresh as the Carolina ocean breezes . . . it's always a joy to read Virginia Kantra.' JoAnn Ross,a New York Times abestselling author 'Virginia Kantra is one of my favorite authors.' Teresa Medeiros,a New York Times abestselling author "
Publisher: New York : Berkley Sensation, ©2012
ISBN: 9780425250938
Branch Call Number: APB R KAN
Characteristics: 294 p. ; 17 cm.


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booklady1 Jul 06, 2013

A light, fun, summer read...about family, love, and second chances.

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booklady1 Jul 06, 2013

When she comes to Dare Island to escape the emotional demands of her wealthy family, Allison Carter, a young teacher determined to make this tight-knit community her home, gets involved with single dad and fishing boat captain Matt Fletcher and must teach him how to let go of the past.


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booklady1 Jul 06, 2013

Taking a perfect moment and accepting it for what it is. Not trying to hold onto it, not grasping at happiness. "Just... being glad. happy.


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