The Inn At Eagle Point

THE INN AT EAGLE POINT                       SHERRYL WOODS
Point: July 18, 2013

The Inn At Eagle Point (Chesapeake Shores, #1)"New York Times"-bestselling author of the Sweet Magnolia series welcomes readers to Chesapeake Shores, a Maryland town built by the father of Abby O'Brien Winters, who returns after years away to renovate the charming Inn at Eagle Point with her younger sister. Original.

It's been years since Abby O'Brien Winters set foot in Chesapeake Shores. The Maryland town her father built has too many sad memories and Abby too few spare moments, thanks to her demanding Wall Street career, the crumbling of her marriage and energetic twin daughters. Then one panicked phone call from her youngest sister brings her racing back home to protect Jess's dream of renovating the charming Inn at Eagle Point.

But saving the inn from foreclosure means dealing not only with her own fractured family, but also with Trace Riley, the man Abby left ten years ago. Trace can be a roadblock to her plans...or proof that second chances happen in the most unexpected ways.


MY REVIEW:

Abby is an O'Brien daughter who is divorced and raising two twin daughters in New York. When she left years ago to pursue her career as broker in firm managing investments for clients she was in love with young man named Trace.  When she did she left behind a broken hearted Trace Riley.  Trace real life is a Abby has been now asked to come home by her sister Jess because Jess is about to loose her Inn because she has ADHD and got involved in remodeling and forgot about doing the books. She needed help and the bank said they needed a guarantee so Abby was it.When she got home who was she to deal with none other then Trace because His father got him to agree to work for the bank for awhile but then told him that he was not made for this job his sister who had always lived breathed a followed him around should have it. Trace has successful business as a freelance commercial artist doing ads for large companies   His father eventually said OK but...was of the belief that women belonged at home more or less.

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