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New Release Review: GUARDING HIS HEART by Annie Seaton (Half Moon Bay #3)

The trilogy is complete!

Some people get under your skin.

Some get into your heart.

Bestselling author Liam Wyndham needed an escape, and Half Moon Bay, with its small town charm and beautiful ocean, is the perfect place to hide out from the scandal surrounding his estranged dead wife. A place where he can enjoy his writer’s block in sweet isolation. But all of his plans to become a surly recluse disappear when carpenter Georgie Sacchi marches into his house…

Georgie wants an adventure, and she has a plane ticket that promises her everything she needs—excitement, independence, and a way to escape the memory of her last ruined relationship. Still, she has one last job to complete before she can leave the country. The last thing she needs is a recalcitrant author with a gorgeous face (and a hot body) distracting her from her plans.

But life doesn’t always give you what you think you need…



Such a sweet read–and another great addition to the Bliss lineup!

I loved that the heroine was the tradesperson and that the hero was the author–nice twist. (I am totally lusting after those two rooms full of bookshelves too–can I get me some of those? Preferably in a house on the coast as well, if it’s not too much to ask ;))

Georgie and Liam were an adorable couple, and their meet cute was just that–even if touched with a bit of insta-love. They could have communicated at bit better–there was an awful lot of second-guessing and internalizing going on–but overall I really enjoyed their story.

Couple #1 (Ana and Blake from Tangling with the CEO: A Half Moon Bay Novel ) are in the book in name only, and Couple #2 (Sienna and Jack from Brushing Off the Boss ) are in and out of the action, but this book would work fine as a standalone if the first two books are new to you.

Rating: 3 1/2 stars / B+

I received a complimentary copy in exchange for an honest review.

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