Summer on Lovers' Island: A Jewell Cove Novel (Mass Market Paperbound)

A Jewell Cove Novel

By Donna Alward

St. Martin's Press, 9781250045188, 320pp.

Publication Date: May 5, 2015

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What happens when a seasonal fling turns into the love of a lifetime?

Lizzie Howard's life has always been adrenaline-charged. Top of her class at Harvard Med and now a gifted trauma doctor, Lizzie's medical career has always come before rest, relaxation, and especially romance. But when one careless mistake brings her future to a screeching halt, Lizzie's only chance at reviving it is to temporarily take over a friend's practice in Jewell Cove. The sleepy Maine coast, a world away from the bustling emergency room Lizzie knows and loves, leaves her feeling more lost than ever-until she meets widowed doctor Joshua Collins, and her heart starts beating a little bit faster...

"Brimming with old family history, small-town secrets, and newfound passion, you'll want to pack up and move to Jewell Cove, Maine " -Lily Everett

Coming home to Jewell Cove was Josh's salvation after his wife died. Looking for peace among the familiar faces of friends and family, he's grateful to work in the town's small medical clinic by day and spend his nights trying to forget everything he's lost. Lizzie's big-city sensibilities are a brash reminder of the world he's pushed away, but he can't deny that together they've sparked a flame that crackles higher and brighter every day. Maybe love is the best medicine after all ...

"Wonderful romance, packed with family drama, a sexy hero, an incredible old house. You'll fall in love from the very first page."-Debbie Macomber, #1 "New York Times" bestselling author on "The House on Blackberry Hill"



About the Author

A busy wife and mother of three (two daughters plus the family dog), Donna Alward believes hers is the best job in the world: a combination of stay-at-home mom and romance novelist. Donna loves being back on the East Coast of Canada after nearly twelve years in Alberta where her Harlequin career began, writing about cowboys and the west.
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