{Review} Summer on Lovers’ Island by Donna Alward

{Review} Summer on Lovers’ Island by Donna AlwardSummer on Lovers' Island by Donna Alward
Also by this author: The House on Blackberry Hill, Treasure on Lilac Lane
Series: Jewell Cove #3
Also in this series: The House on Blackberry Hill, Treasure on Lilac Lane
Published by St. Martin's Paperbacks on May 5th 2015
Genres: Contemporary Romance, Falling for Colleague, Love After Loss, Opposites Attract, Small Town Romance
Character(s): Doctors/Medical Guys
Pages: 320
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Lizzie Howard's life is close to perfect, until her father's death brings her world crashing down around her. With her reputation and heart in tatters, she reluctantly agrees to temporarily take over her best friend's practice in scenic Jewell Cove, Maine—a position that's a world away from the high pressure career she once loved.

Josh Collins is no stranger to pain. After losing his wife, he moved home looking to start over. One of two doctors at the town clinic, his sleepy coastal practice is just what he needed. Until Lizzie Howard arrives. Lizzie is everything Josh wanted to get away from: brash, ambitious and not interested in a quiet life in a quiet town. But as the sparks fly between these two doctors, they realize that sometimes opposites really do attract.

You don’t have to read the other books in the Jewell Cover series. Summer on Lovers’ Island is a great place to start with Donna Alward. We’ve got Doctor Josh, who returns home after losing his wife. He’s going into practice with one other doctor, who is out for awhile. Taking her place is her best friend, Lizzie. Sparks fly between Lizzie and Josh, but how can they be together when they want totally different things out of life?

I really enjoyed this story. It was a fast-paced, sweet read. A perfect summer read, romance fans will really enjoy Summer on Lovers’ Island by Donna Alward.

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