If you like romance novels that spend lots of time describing intimate scenes, you'll love this one. Maddie is the daughter of a hippie flower child and movie producer. She's always lived with her dad, with only brief visits with her mom. As the book opens she has just lost her job after standing up to an abusive boyfriend. Luckily, as she was contemplating her next step, she received news that her mother had died and left her and her two half-sisters equal shares in an inn. While driving into town she runs him (he's on a motorcycle) off the road. They meet again when he turns out to be the contractor they hire to renovate the place. He has some secrets in his past, but in the present, he is almost perfect.
The main subplot deals with the Maddie and her two half-sisters becoming acquainted and learning to look out for each other while facing some of their own demons.
Giveaway: Thanks to the nice folks at Hachette, who provided my review copy, I have up to five copies of Simply Irresistible (A Lucky Harbor Novel) to give away. To enter, leave a comment with your email address. Tell me what you find irresistible. US and Canada only, and if you win here and on another blog, you will only be sent one prize. I'll draw 5 winners October 15.