e-Book Turning The Tide epub downloadAuthor: Christine Stovell
Pages: 336 pages
Publisher: Choc Lit (May 1, 2012)
Category: Women's Fiction
Size ePUB: 1347 kb
Size Fb2: 1569 kb
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e-Book Turning The Tide epub download
by Christine Stovell
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Christine Stovell ery time Harry turned him away, and perceptive enough to see the loyal, loving woman who could keep him by her side. There would be another big spring tide today. Later on he’d have a potter round to see that all was well
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In the North Sea village of Little Spitmarsh, a London-based real estate developer and a beautiful boat yard owner lock horns over property and passion. Real estate developer Matthew Corrigan plans to turn the abandoned Spitmarsh Yacht Club into a first-class restaurant. To complete his vision, he intends to make a deal with Harry Watling, owner of the boatyard across the harbor. To read this book, upload an EPUB or FB2 file to Bookmate.
3 5 Author: Christine Stovell Narrator: Julia Barrie
3 5 Author: Christine Stovell Narrator: Julia Barrie. Harry Watling has spent the past five years keeping her father's boat yard afloat. Now all she wants to do is enjoy the peace and quiet of her sleepy backwater. So when businessman Matthew Corrigan announces he wants to redevelop the boat yard, it's like declaring war. Harry has to fight not just his plans but also her feelings for the man himself.
As a first novel by Christine Stovell this book is a great start. I read this as an eBook and on the Nook it has 700 pages. This is the story of Harry Watling and the small slowing dying town of Little Spitmarsh
As a first novel by Christine Stovell this book is a great start. This is the story of Harry Watling and the small slowing dying town of Little Spitmarsh. I liked the character of Harry but at times I found myself wishing Harry would hurry up and get with the program. The residents of Little Spitmarsh are a great group that would be interesting to hear more about. I would definitely read another book by this author. Christine's second book is called Move Over Darling.