Book Review of
The House On Cannon Beach
Originally published in 2007 as The Daddy Makeover, dive into the heartwarming Women of Brambleberry House series with this first book in the original trilogy!
Hotel mogul Eben Spencer had learned long ago to keep his eye on the ball and his emotions under wraps. And where had this philosophy got him so far? In business, to the pinnacle of success. And in his personal life, it had brought him one beloved, if unhappy, little girl, and one shattered marriage. And he was not about to embark on another one anytime soon….
But then he met Sage Benedetto. The bewitching nature girl was everything Eben was not—warm, emotional, open—and everything he’d never dreamed he’d want. But lately he was having very different dreams….
I picked The House On Cannon Beach because I needed a light easy read. This book was just that. It was an easy fun read. One of the reasons that I choose this book was that it is set in Cannon Beach, Oregon. I grew up about an hour from Cannon Beach and have been there many times. We still go there every year when I visit my family.
When I read this book I felt like I was back home. I recognized the places she talked about. It was a fun read that had me feeling like I was back home on the Oregon Coast. It was a bit more of a romance book than I normally read, but I enjoyed it.