To Love - Laura Scott

To Love

By Laura Scott

  • Release Date: 2018-09-04
  • Genre: Suspense
To Love book review score

4.5 Score: 4.5 (From 295 Ratings)

To Love Laura Scott Book Review Score: ★★★★★ 5/5 stars

Desperate for a fresh start, Jazz McNally pours her energy into renovating her grandparent's mansion overlooking Lake Michigan. Her goal is to turn the cherished childhood home into a bed and breakfast she'd manage with her twin sister. Jazz doesn't mind the hard work, until vandals strike. She needs help fast or risk missing the date of their grand opening and being in debt to her four older brothers.

Drifter Dalton O'Brien doesn't mind giving Jazz a hand, knowing once the job was complete he'd be on his way. But he enjoys spending time with her, more than he should. When vandalism escalates into danger, Dalton is determined to keep Jazz safe. Can he let go of the ghosts in his past long enough to embrace the future?

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User reviews about this book

  • Great story line, I do look forward to the othet

    5
    By JAM-H
    I do recommend it !
  • Great story

    5
    By A@714
    Well written .
  • To Love

    5
    By J LeRose
    I read the entire book in one sitting! Couldn’t put it down..... loved it! Can’t wait for the next in this series!!!
  • Sweet and heartwarming, yet a little slow

    3
    By Arcix
    To Love is a clean and sweet story about second chances and starting over. It is the tale of Jazzlyn, a sweet, determined and generous woman and Dalton, a gifted, caring and wounded individual. After leaving her previous career as a realtor, Jazz is renovating her grandparents’s lake house and planning to open a B&B with her twin sister, who is also in search of a new beginning after an abusive marriage and a nasty divorce. Dalton has left his life and his home behind after the tragic death of his wife and baby son. Devastated, he hasn’t yet found a way to overcome his grief, and spends his time drifting from place to place, living off of odd jobs. When someone tries to sabotage Jazz's project, Dalton steps up to help while Jazz, perceiving his internal struggle, tries to make him face his past and regain ownership of his life. Jazz and Dalton’s emotional journey is sweet and captivating, in tune with the cozy and delicate atmosphere pervading the book. Even if the storyline is at times a little slow, To Love is an enjoyable novel, with lively and captivating characters that give the reader the feeling of being immersed in the relaxing environment of a peaceful lakeside vacation I voluntarily reviewed an advanced reader copy of this book. Opinions and comments are solely my own.

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