Abby O' Brien Winters is back in
Chesapeake Shores, Maryland to help her somewhat flighty
younger sister, Jess, re-open the Inn At Eagle Point. Being
home brings back a lot of memories for Abby, and not all of
them are good. Like her relationship with Trace Riley. Long
before Abby became a financial whiz on Wall Street and
married Wes, Abby and Trace fell in love. But Abby’s dreams
didn’t mesh with Trace’s, or so she thought, and Abby left.
Years later, divorced and with young twin daughters in tow,
Abby is back and Trace realizes that he never stopped loving
her. Now amongst the troubles in her family, and Jess’
financial debacle, Trace has to convince Abby that they are
still made for each other, before he loses her again.
Sherryl Woods’ books are like comfort
food for me. I know what I’m going to get before I read the
first page. Her books are realistic and passionate stories
full of angst and heartfelt emotions. The Inn At Eagle
Point does not disappoint. Surrounded by her complex
family, Abby finds love again - a lost love that never died.
The Inn At Eagle Point is a good beginning to
what promises to be a wonderful series. Abby’s sisters and
brothers and even her parents have stories to tell and I am
eager to read them all.