The Perfect Hope

The Perfect Hope Cover

The Perfect Hope

By Nora Roberts

Jove Books, Mass Market Paperbound, 9780515151503, 305pp.

Publication Date: July 1, 2014

Description
#1 "New York Times" bestselling author Nora Roberts completes the Inn BoonsBoro trilogy with a novel or starting over and star-crosed love.
Ryder is the hardest Montgomery brother to figure out with a tough-as-nails exterior and possibly nothing too soft underneath. He's surly and unsociable, but when he straps on a tool belt, no woman can resist his sexy swagger. Except, apparently, Hope Beaumont, the innkeeper of his own Inn BoonsBoro
The former manager of a D.C. hotel, Hope is now where she wants to be except for in her love life. Her only interaction with the opposite sex has been sparring with the infuriating Ryder, who always seems to get under her skin. Still, no one can deny the electricity that crackles between them a spark that ignited with a New Year's Eve kiss.
While the inn is running smoothly, thanks to Hope's experience and unerring instincts, her big-city past is about to make an unwelcome and embarrassing appearance. Seeing Hope vulnerable stirs Ryder's emotions and makes him realize that while Hope may not be perfect, she just might be perfect for him

Don't miss the other books in the Inn BoonsBoro Trilogy
"The Next Always"
"The Last Boyfriend.



About the Author
Nora Roberts is the #1 "New York Times" bestselling author of more than 200 novels. She is also the author of the bestselling In Death series written under the pen name J. D. Robb. There are more than 500 million copies of her books in print.


Praise For The Perfect Hope

Praise for Nora Roberts and The Perfect Hope:

"[An] emotionally engaging, exceptionally entertaining contemporary trilogy."—Booklist

"With stellar pacing, humorous flair, and unerring insight into what makes families tick, Roberts wraps up another winning trilogy."—Library Journal

“Leaves the reader feeling blissfully satisfied yet wishing this romantically paranormal story would go on indefinitely.”—New York Journal of Books