Summer at the Cape

HQN: Harlequin. (Cape Sanctuary, Bk. 4). Apr. 2022. 336p. ISBN 9781335936356. $26.99. F
When her sister Lily dies by drowning, L.A. lawyer Cami returns to Cape Sanctuary to help her mother welcome guests to Lily’s brainchild “glamp-ground.” Lily’s twin Violet has also returned. For Cami, Cape Sanctuary serves as a reminder that her mother took the twins there to live when their parents divorced, leaving Cami with her father in Los Angeles. The one bright spot is the hunky neighbor, Jon, who seems to have feelings for Cami, but how can she get involved with someone trying to ruin her family’s new camping venture?
VERDICT The fourth captivating “Cape Sanctuary” novel (following The Path to Sunshine Cove) shows how overcoming past hurts and tragedy can pave the way for positive change. Will please readers of the series as well as fans of authors such as Susan Mallery and Debbie Macomber.
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