Years after betraying her, he's back in Haven Pointand ready to learn the truth. Megan Hamilton never really liked Elliot Bailey. He turned his back on her family when they needed him the most and it almost tore them all apart. So she's shocked when Elliot arrives at her family's inn, needing a place to stay and asking questions that dredge up the past. Megan will rent him a cottage, but that's where it ends-no matter how gorgeous Elliot has become. Coming back home to Haven Point was the last thing bestselling writer Elliot Bailey thought he'd ever do. But the book he's writing now is his most personal one yet and it's drawn him back to the woman he can't get out of his mind. Seeing Megan again is harder than he expected and it brings up feelings he'd thought were long buried. Could this be his chance to win over his first love?...
|Title||:||The Cottages on Silver Beach (Haven Point #8)|
|Format Type||:||Kindle Edition|
|Number of Pages||:||384 pages|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
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The Cottages on Silver Beach (Haven Point #8) Reviews
I loved stepping into RaeAnne Thayne's world. This is currently the eighth book in the Haven Point series. If you are familiar with the series, or the Hope's Crossing series, readers will find many of the characters from previous novels. If you aren't familiar with either series, it's absolutely fine, this can be read as a standalone.
One of the most enjoyable aspects of the novel, is the close community that exists in the small town of Haven Point. The families all know each other and are frien ...more
What an interesting mix of suspense, mystery and a romance in one place. It kept me until the end without putting it down.
This is my first book written by RaeAnne Thayne and now I'm sorry that I've started with the eighth book in the Haven Point series, but I will make sure to correct that and read the first seven now.
Despite the fact that the plot of this book was not at all what I expected based upon the blurb…it was another RaeAnne Thayne winner.
Megan manages her family’s Inn while moonlighting as a Photographer and Elliot is an FBI Agent who moonlights as a True Crime writer (Yum!). They sound like opposites with absolutely nothing in common…but as the story continues we learn about just how connected these two really are.
A cold case involving Megan’s brother Luke, which Elliot’s father was unable to solv ...more
It's not bad ... but The Cottages on Silver Beach , Thayne's eight novel in her Haven Point series is not my favorite. The biggest problems for me are twofold. First, the romance is insipid. Second, I'm more interested in the 'mystery' of Megan's missing (presumed murdered, but no body has been found) sister-in-law.
Neither Elliott nor Megan are interesting character for me. I struggled to understand Elliott's emotionally repressed character. His family seems to be open and loving. The only reas ...more
I know when I pick up a RaeAnne Thayne book that I am going to love the story. The Cottages on Silver Beach does it (again) for me! My take on the background of the story (and I have read all the Haven Point books but this is from a standalone point of view) is that Elliot Bailey is severely misunderstood – by his family, by his friends, and by just about everyone who has known or currently knows him. He “goes back home” to Haven Point, and shows up at Megan Hamilton’s inn, for an extended stay. ...more
Megan Hamilton thought her life was perfect. She was part owner of the family inn and loved her photography. She also rented out the inns cottages. She was living in one of them until the inn is rebuilt from the fire. She has just rented the cottage beside hers to Elliott Bailey. When they were growing up Megan's brother Luke and Elliot were best friends. Then Luke's wife disappeared seven years ago. Their marriage had been rocky and Elizabeth suffered from severe post-partum depression. Suddenl ...more
The Cottages on Silver Beach is the eighth book in RaeAnne Thyne’s Haven Point series, and it’s another wonderful addition to the series. In fact, it has left me extremely eager for book nine – there is such build up for Season of Wonder, and I really cannot wait to dive into it.
The Haven Point series builds upon each prior book, introducing us to more and more of the characters, allowing us to watch the stories unfold as we get to know each individual. It is possible to read each book as a stan ...more
Another satisfying entry in the Haven Point series. There were two reasons I didn't enjoy this book quite as much as some of the others in the series:
1) I didn't feel we got to know Megan and Elliot as well as characters in other books, so things felt a little forced at times. A lot of their current story seems based on things we're told happened in the past, which is fine, but it kept me from feeling a real connection between the two for most of the book.
2) This book differed slightl ...more