About the Book
Emma Holland is almost finished with the renovation of The Brown Bear Lodge nestled just off the Pacific Coast 101 Highway in picturesque Justin Harbor, Oregon. Being a business owner in a small town isn’t easy, but Emma’s got more than enough determination—not to mention an excellent eye for interior design. There’s only one problem. One of her first guests of the season is someone she hoped she’d never see again.
As a famous landscape photographer, Connor Pearson has traveled far and wide following his dreams at the cost of losing his first love. Now, back in Justin Harbor, Connor is looking for more than just a place to stay. He’s looking for himself.
As Emma and Connor rediscover their lost friendship and seek to find common ground in the present, Connor feels the tug of his small town roots. Is it possible that a man who’s traveled the world could find his home where his dreams began? Can Emma come to terms with the fact that self-reliance isn’t all it’s cracked up to be? Will their bonds from the past weather the storms of the present?
As Easy as Riding a Bike will introduce you to the salty air and calming waters of Justin Harbor, the first novella in a series featuring small town women business owners.
About the Author
Annabell “Bell” Renshaw has always loved books and the power of a good story. She turned those passions toward writing at an early age, finding solace and adventure in made-up worlds when her mother would read to her as a kid. She’s grown up now, but still finds herself lost in those worlds. She believes in the power of a happy ending and the fact that--no matter what--love will always find a home.
Bell Renshaw has written a sweet contemporary romance novella that will capture the heart of its readers from the first page. The characters spring to life from the pages as readers come to know them and their stories. This is a sweet home town and rekindling an old romance story that readers will thoroughly enjoy! Readers will not want to miss book one in the Justin Harbor novella series.
Series: Justin Harbor
Genre: contemporary, romance, short story, novella
Publisher: Pine Mountain Publishing
Publication date: February 14, 2018
Number of pages: 115
Other books in the series:
2-The Perfect Christmas (December 2018)
A review copy of this book was provided by the author. A review was not required and all views and opinions expressed are my own.
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