Maggie Harris has her ultra-organized life well in hand, until she finds her neighbor and husband together, in her bed, and the tight hold she keeps on her world unravels, leaving her grasping for an escape. So how can she refuse when she’s handed the dream job of running her aunt’s bookstore and a chance for a fresh start? Even though the bookstore is in Brockport, Connecticut, her former hometown, and a place she’d vowed to leave behind forever.
When someone breaks into Maggie’s new business and leaves a threat on the wall, Detective Cooper Stanton is assigned the case. It’s been twenty years, but Coop hasn’t forgotten the way Maggie once charmed him at every turn—even with her controlling ways. This time, though, Coop refuses to let her seize the reins. What he doesn’t know is she plans to grab them anyway…and she’s got a secret she never shared.
If you like stories with romance, a real life feel, and even a dash of mystery, then you’re in the right place! The small towns in my books will leave you feeling right at home.
I’ve been a Connecticut resident for over thirty years. Here I’ve found a true home. The Blue Moon Lake Romance Series came about from my love of this beautiful New England state. Share the Moon introduces us to the community. Twelve Nights, a novella, is about one woman’s struggles when all ties to the lake town threaten to disappear. And Harvest Moon has us seeing the town through the eyes of a newcomer looking for a second chance. A fourth series book, Bella Luna, releases in 2016—All I’ll tell you is that Bella is a basset hound.
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“Sharon Struth writes a good story about love and loss. She knows her characters and has a path she wants them to take.”—Eye on Romance