Hope Conrad runs a whale watching business. She's hoping this season
will be a good and profitable one because she sure needs the money. But
her hopes are dashed when Captain Eric Bandon's boat damages her boat
while docking. The good captain offers a solution to help her out. One
she really doesn't like, but knowing she needs the money to keep the
business going, she accepts Eric's offer. Eric is drawn to Hope and he's
hoping his debonair ways will win her over. Hope is attracted to Eric
but he both challenges and frustrates her in almost every aspect of her
life. Will Eric convince Hope of the possibility of a future together?
One that could perhaps include contacting her estranged sisters?
Heart finds us peaking into the life of Hope Conrad. Hope is a strong
woman (much like Faith was in Rock and a Hard Place) but she also has
some deep issues that keep her from doing the things she would really
like to do. I could certainly relate to that. Eric was a lot of fun and
you can't help but love 'em, although sometimes he got a little carried
away. I loved watching how Eric was with Hope. How he never gave up. I
couldn't help but be reminded that that is how the Lord is with us.
Aren't we glad He never gives up. Bayward Heart is book two in the
Cascade Brides Series but could easily be read as a stand alone. If
you're looking to get away for a little while, I recommend you set sail
along with Hope and Eric. Maybe you'll even see a whale or two!
*This complimentary copy provided by the author in exchange for an honest review*
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