Thursday, June 26, 2014
Safe Harbor by Marie Ferrarella (Ladera by the Sea)
All Mike Ryan can tell her is his name. Revealing any more to this beautiful stranger would put her in danger. And he's not willing to jeopardize Stevi Roman's—or her family's—safety any more than he already has. Why this angel has taken him in, nursed him and trusted him, he can't fathom. But it has been the best few weeks he's ever known. For the first time, Mike can imagine having a real life, a real identity, a real future. Stevi has done more than save him. She's inspired him.
And that's why he has to go. The safest thing he could do for all of them is to disappear….
File Size: 592 KB
Print Length: 165 pages
Publisher: Harlequin Heartwarming (June 1, 2014)
Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
My review: Safe Harbor by Marie Ferrarella (Ladera by the Sea)
This is the first book of Ladera by the Sea that I have read and would love to read the first two books of the series. Their are four daughters and their father that live and work the family Inn right on the ocean. This is Stevi Roman story. Stevi just graduated from College in art. She is dreaming to go away. As she is jogging on the beach she finds a man hurt.
Mike Ryan has been shot and washed up on the beach. He is face down on the beach with a gun shot. All he says don't call police. When Mike wakes up he does not tell anyone how he was shot. He fakes loss of memory.
Stevi decides to trust him so she gets help to sneak him in his room. When she is coming up with excuses to tell her father she is funny.
This is a charming story. It is a sweet story with drama, suspense and some action but mostly it is a look at life at the inn. I have to admit I loved the humor in the book. It is a clean read too.
The setting is a family inn on the California coast. I would love to stay their. Two of the sisters are now married and live in the Inn with their husbands.
I enjoyed getting to know the different characters at the inn. They all believe in helping others when they can.
fast read at 165 pages.
I was given this ebook to read for review. All opinions are mine. Received book from Net Galley and Harlequin.