Dr. Nora Walsh has just been dumped in spectacular fashion, making it the perfect time for a major life change. She figures taking over the medical practice in tiny Matchmaker Bay for a couple of years will help her get over her broken heart, and then she can head back to the big city. But when the first man she sees looks like a superhero god, she wonders if maybe there’s something to small-town living after all.
Jake Ramsey also has a broken heart—one he never expects to heal. He doesn’t need people anyway and is content hiding out in his secluded cottage on the beach. But after helping Nora with a medical emergency, he finds himself opening up to the witty, warmhearted doctor. Soon the local matchmakers are working overtime to pair them off, and Jake begins to wonder if his campaign to get Nora to stay is for the town or because he can’t bear the thought of her leaving.
About the Author
Jenny Holiday is a USA Today-bestselling and RITA-nominated author of romance novels. The New York Times once had this to say about one of her characters: “His feminist bona fides can seem piled on for a hypermasculine hero.” She took it as a compliment. She lives in London, Ontario.
Review of Paradise Cove
Review (5 Stars): I love Nora and Jake’s story! These two characters need a chance at love especially after Jake was stilling feeling the loss of his young son. Nora brought Jake out from his shell and made him want to live again. He had spent so much time alone and dealing with the grief that he felt that he was to blame for losing his son to the flu. Nora was such a breath of fresh air in his life and he made Nora feel as though she was the most beautiful woman in the world. They needed to find each other and their relationship helped to heal the wounds that had been hurting them for so long. The ending of this book is so wonderful and I’m looking forward to spending more time in this cozy community in the future.