Thursday, January 18, 2018

Review: Willow Brook Road by: Sherryl Woods

Title: Willow Brook Road
Author:Sherryl Woods
Publisher: Mira a division of Harlequin
Series: A Chesapeake Shores #13
Pages: 379
Format: Paperback
Source: Personal Purchase


#1 New York Times bestselling author Sherryl Woods sweeps readers away with the story of a beloved member of the O'Brien family as she claims the life she's always dreamed of...

Spirited, spontaneous Carrie Winters has grown up under the watchful eyes of not only her grandfather Mick O'Brien, but the entire town of Chesapeake Shores.

Now that she's home from Europe, a glamorous fashion career behind her and her heart broken, there seem to be far too many people watching to see if she'll live up to the expectations her family has for her.

As if that weren't enough pressure, Carrie finds herself drawn to sexy, grief-stricken Sam Winslow, who is yearning for someone to help him raise the nephew who's unexpectedly come into his life after a tragedy.

With her own life in turmoil, is Carrie really ready to take on a new career and a new man? Or is Sam exactly what she needs to create the strong, loving family she's always wanted?

My Thoughts:

In this book we follow Carrie as she comes home to Chesapeake Shores to figure out what to do now that she has given up the fashion life.  Unsure of where to go she flutters from thing to thing her grandfather Mick drags her too.  While visiting the local Irish Pub she has an encounter with Sam Winslow who has recently inherited his nephew after his sister and her husband died. 

As the two go through various stages of their relationship between Sam trying not to depend on people to help with his nephew which proves to be harder that it looks.  While Carrie is trying to figure out what to do with her life which leads her down the path of daycare's.

Both Carrie and Sam have a lot to get through to get where they want to be but can they move forward or are they too set in their ways?

I love the O'Brien's they are great, funny and nosy as all get out but their intentions are good even if they go about things a tad dysfunctional.  This one didn't disappoint in the slightest.  It was great watching Sam and Carrie dance around each other and watching it all played out was great to see, as well as seeing what other family members are up too.  Including Susie and Mack who are having a difficult time adopting a baby.

I can't wait to see what is next for the O'Brien's they are a great group and I am curious to see where they wind up next!

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