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JT was a really well done character.

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There is a theme of moobshell love that ties together all the characters and relates to t I liked this book.

It’s sweet story and an easy, but enjoyable read. But she believed in him.

No, cancel Yes, report it Thanks! I’ve been burned out on small town contemporary romance for a couple months, but Ross’s novels are so well done I can’t help but gobble them up. But how can a man who has nothing left to give and a woman who dreams of the sort of happy ending her sister discovered find common ground? Mary has surprised everyone— He no longer believed in anything. A lingering storyline is tied up, another one is continued, there is set up for future characters and we see a lot of the town people, mostly through their interactions with famous movie stay Mary Joyce who visits the town for a film festival.


But she believed in him. How would she not when her home town in Ireland is the sister city to Shelter Bay. Last, Ethan and Phoebe overcome some hurdles and get much closer.

Dance with a Dynasty. Ross has some really fun references to other movies and events and I have to admit after J. He is charged with keeping Mary Joyce safe when she comes as the main attraction in the local film festival.

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Google Books — Loading The two fall in love rather quickly. But in Shelter Bay, even the most strongly guarded heart is no match for love. Both have ideas what the other moonhell be like but learn that they are wrong. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. Jul 24, Brianne rated it liked it.

Open Preview See a Problem? But just as heartwarming is the ongoing monoshell story of Phoebe and Ethan–a battered and abused wife trying to hide from her husband but find herself once more and a farmer who thought he had lost his one chance at love when his wife and son were killed.

Moonshell Beach (Shelter Bay, #4) by JoAnn Ross

Jul 17, Sharon rated it it was amazing. Jul 05, Anne OK rated it liked it Shelves: I’m not finishing this book, I’m just done. But in the romance novel game, the strength of the attraction and commitment can’t be measured by elapsed time.

Sax’s fiance Kara is sheriff a J.

But Mary turns out to be nothing like he expects, shattering every ounce of control he has relied on for so long. When they end up acting on their mutual attraction, the sparks fly, the earth moves and both are left wondering how to turn a flash fire into an eternal flame.


They are a shining example for all the characters in Ross’s books as well as all of her readers. He will provide security for the town event. Mkonshell also concentrates on Cara, the sheriff and JT’s brother Zeke who are to be married, sooner than planned. Your display name should be at least 2 characters long. Tantor Media An edition of this book was published by Tantor Media. Project Gutenberg 0 editions.

Moonshell Beach (Shelter Bay, book 4) by JoAnn Ross

This one is a solid four stars for me, missing higher only because I would have liked to see more of the hero and heroine, and a little less of the subplots. Mary has surprised everyone—including herself—by accepting an invitation to a film festival in Shelter Bay. Item s unavailable for purchase.

Whe I feel like I waited forever for this one. Home Groups Talk Zeitgeist. His last assignment was emotionally draining, and he’s numb.