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The Inn at Wild Harbor by Grace Worthington: Book Review

 **I received a complimentary copy for consideration. All thoughts are my own. 

Her first rule for a picture-perfect romance: Don’t fall for your best friend’s brother.

For most of her life, Aspen has hidden her feelings for the striking firefighter who is the older brother of her best friend. But when she quits her job to pursue photography full-time, she’s certain that getting away from her beach town is the answer for moving on with her heart.

It’s the perfect plan until her beloved great-aunt dies, leaving Aspen a beautiful inn on the beach. To complicate things, Matt has been living there in return for being the resident security guard and handyman. Moving in was not part of Aspen’s plan, but she’s left with no choice.

Despite her best efforts, she can’t get away from Matt, but there’s no way she’d risk her friendship with him to reveal her true feelings.

It’s only when he offers to help her win a photography competition will she consider breaking her first rule of love. But she’s not sure she wants to take a chance with her heart.

Matt has always been tough under pressure. So why did he have a soft spot for Aspen? Despite his attempts to avoid her, their two worlds collide when Aspen inherits the inn. Now, he’s not only living down the hall from her, he’s bumping into her at every turn. In the hallway. At breakfast. In the middle of the night. It’s enough to make his defenses crumble. But is he brave enough to confess his feelings and compete for her love?

Helping her sell the inn and pursue her dream would be the perfect gift for Aspen. Except now that he’s near her, he doesn’t want to let her go.

The Inn at Wild Harbor combines forced proximity, a romance between best friends, and a tough but tender hero to give you a sweet romance story with a happily ever after.

Grace Worthington writes sweet love stories while dreaming of the beach and good books. She has an English degree and resides with her husband and two children in Indiana. She can be bribed with chocolate and coffee is her love language. To find out more, go to graceworthington.com

The Inn at Wild Harbor is the fourth book in the Wild Harbor Beach series. Personally I had not read the previous books in the series, and found that it read just fine as a standalone. 

This was actually my first book by Grace Worthington, but it most certainly will not be the last. I always enjoy a friends to more story and this one was done so incredibly well. I loved the chemistry between Aspen and Matt. It was believable, and so incredible sweet... There was a little bit of a mystery added into the story, which always makes me enjoy the story all that much more. I will say that I had figured it out pretty quickly, but that didn't really impact my enjoyment at all... the romance was really the key part of the story. Overall, this was a fantastic romance that definitely has me wanting to go back and read more in this series! I'll certainly be looking from more from this author in the future.


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