Daniel Cavanaugh has it all—a lucrative career as a lawyer, a gorgeous fiancée, and his future mapped out for him. So why is he feeling increasingly dissatisfied with his life? When the assignment to handle his late grandmother’s estate takes him to the California coast, Daniel welcomes the escape. Staying at the nearby bed-and-breakfast isn’t really his style, but he soon realizes the inn may hold the key to the answers he’s been seeking. Spindrift Cove has few opportunities for a young unmarried woman like Sarah Michaels. Even so, she enjoys her solitude as owner and chef at the Neverland Inn. She thrives on catering to the needs of her guests and treating them to her fantastic cooking. But when Daniel walks through her door, he immediately tests her patience. Though he is handsome and well-bred, she finds him insufferable. Soon, however, the tranquility of the inn works its magic, and Daniel and Sarah forge a sweet and unexpected connection—until the life he left behind in the city demands his return and it seems that a happily ever after may not be on the menu after all.
I loved the cover, the back blurb, and just about everything on the outside of this book! It made me want to dive right into the story! I absolutely could connect, cheer for, and like Sarah. She was a chef at heart, a lover of animals, and a super positive person! Enter Daniel; a go through the motions, follow orders, and hey, maybe I should figure out my life person. Opposites generally attract and when he finds himself at The Neverland Inn, I thought it would be pretty simple from there. But nothing is ever that simple. I felt like the pace of the story was pretty slow and it took over halfway through the book for me, for the pace to pick up. It is a nice, sweet story and a good read, just a little too slow paced for my preference.
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