August 12, 2009

Catch of the Day by Marcia Evanick

Catch of the Day
In order to fulfill her life long dream of owning her own restaurant, chef Gwen Fletcher moves to the small town of Misty Harbor, Maine. There she plans to open Catch of the Day... as soon as she can get the building fixed up and clean.

To that effect, Gwen hires carpenter Daniel Creighton, who sets about turning Gwen's dreams for her restaurant a reality, even as they reluctantly fall in love with each other.

In a town where single women are in high demand, Gwen has a bevy of admirers and suitors but none of them capture her interests as Daniel does. Daniel, on the other hand, is still reeling from something that happened some five years ago, when his fiancee left him and he got the scar that now crosses his cheek.

Throw in a couple of hunky viking twins, Daniel's grandfather Jonah and Hunter - a war vet who's finding his groove in the kitchen - and lots of small town charm and you get Catch of the Day. A really enjoyable book, which is not to say that I didn't have a couple of pet peeves with it but, over all, a nice read.




PS -this book is the first one in the Misty Harbor/Fletcher Sisters Series, though it can be read on it's own.

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