Event planner Emma Henry is used to focusing all her attention on reaching her goals and letting romance fall by the wayside. Read more...
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Event planner Emma Henry is used to focusing all her attention on reaching her goals and letting romance fall by the wayside. But when her sister Sam's bachelorette party prompts the most tightly-wound Henry to let her hair down, Emma's night ends with the entire town linking her to a man who could lay waste to anyone's best-laid plans.
Army vet Seth Andersen thought that joining the police department in sleepy Harvest Cove would offer a quiet, normal life. But when he finds himself responsible for uptight Emma Henry at the end of her wildest night ever, his world turns unexpectedly complicated--and he's surprised to discover he doesn't mind at all...
- ISBN-13: 9780451467591
- ISBN-10: 0451467590
- Publisher: Berkley Books
- Publish Date: March 2015
- Page Count: 352
- Reading Level: Ages 18-UP
- Dimensions: 6.7 x 4.25 x 1 inches
- Shipping Weight: 0.2 pounds
Series: Harvest Cove #1
Publishers Weekly® Reviews
- Reviewed in: Publishers Weekly, page .
- Review Date: 2015-02-02
- Reviewer: Staff
There’s a lot to like about Castle’s tiny fictional burg of Harvest Cove, Mass. (introduced in For the Longest Time), and high on the list are the Henry sisters, Samantha and Emma. Now that Sam is getting ready to marry Jake Smith, she turns to party planner Emma for help with the wedding. But at Sam’s bachelorette party, uptight Emma drinks a little too much tequila and champagne, leading to an alcohol-soaked dance routine that of course is caught on video. Local cop Seth Andersen has to escort the blitzed, humiliated brunette home, and he’s immediately attracted to Emma’s pretty blue eyes and tousled hair. But by Monday that wild hair is tucked into a tight bun, and when Seth invites her to dinner, Emma declines. The plot relies heavily on Emma and Seth’s vaguely described intimacy-precluding psychological issues, but the supporting cast of quaint, endearing characters is almost strong enough to carry the day. (Mar.)