Review: Home to Honeymoon Harbor by JoAnn Ross

The rivalry between the Mannion and Harper families has divided them for over a century. Which is why, when John Mannion and Sara Harper fall in love, they become the small seaport town’s very own Romeo and Juliet. But in Honeymoon Harbor, nothing—not even an infamous family feud—is a match for love.
I love it when a new series starts with a novella. It's a great way to get an introduction into this new world and or get a feel for an author and their writing. I've read Ross before so for me it was just a new introduction. 

I love the covert love affair these two are forced to have because of family. I know they are worried that they will be found out and all the crap that will come with it but you can plainly see how sweet they are together. 

Since this is a second chance romance it really works okay with the page count. You understand how they could have fallen in love within 66 pages. You don't have to feel it's rushed. 

Poor John has to work hard on getting Sara back but it's well worth it in the end. I really enjoyed these two very much and cheered for them. The story is fun and sweet and makes for a great happily-ever-after. Well worth reading. Any of you read her?

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