The Captain’s Second Chance by Elana Johnson

March 18, 2019 | 1 Comment
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The Captain’s Second Chance by Elana JohnsonThe Captain's Second Chance
Author: Elana Johnson
Series: Hawthorne Harbor #6
Genres: Contemporary Romance
Format: eBook
Pages: 219
Date: March 18, 2019
Publisher: AEJ Creative Works

A Coast Guard captain would rather spend his time on the sea… unless he’s with the woman he’s been crushing on for months. Can Brooklynn and Dave make their second chance stick? Love’s second chance on the beach!

David Reddington has spent years in the Coast Guard, and his career brings him a lot of joy. But he’s lonely even surrounded by his crew, and he feels like he’s perpetually looking out to the ocean, hoping and wishing he could be as fulfilled on land as he is at sea.

Brooklynn Parrish lost her husband three years ago to an accident on the ocean, and she can’t bring herself to accept Dave’s invitations to dinner. Or lunch. Or even coffee. How he can go out on his ship each day baffles her, and she’s not willing to lose another loved one to the relentless ocean waves.

But Dave only has eyes for her, and when they get put together to organize Hawthorne Harbor’s Spring Fling, Brooklynn can’t deny the attraction between them. As they go through the bachelor auction, tour the blooming apple orchards, and judge the dessert bake-off, their relationship deepens and strengthens. Will she be strong enough to battle the unyielding ocean? Or will she lose her heart to another man destined for a catastrophe at sea?


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About Elana Johnson

Elana Johnson

Elana Johnson is an author of YA novels and romance novels, as well as an elementary school teacher. Her work includes young adult speculative and romance under the pen name, Liz Isaacson. She co-founded the Query Tracker blog and WriteOnCon, and contributes to the League of Extraordinary Writers. She is also a mom to two kids, a weekday chef, and is dancing and writing her way through life with a flourish!

One response to “The Captain’s Second Chance by Elana Johnson

  1. Maria

    Sweet, clean, quick read.
    Brooklynn’s angst was understandable and the captain’s insecurities about her anxiety was understandable as well. I felt like rooting for them to be able to work out their issues and was glad that she got enough therapy to work through her problems.

    No sex, language or violence

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