Warm Nights in Magnolia Bay

ebook Welcome to Magnolia Bay Series, Book 1 · Welcome to Magnolia Bay

By Babette de Jongh

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Welcome to Magnolia Bay where:

  • The animals interfere in their owners' love lives
  • Everyone (humans and animals alike) has an opinion about everything
  • The neighbor is as infuriating as he is gorgeous
  • And a sprinkle of hope is just the right thing to have you believing in love again
  • Abby Curtis lands on her Aunt Reva's doorstep at Bayside Barn with nowhere to go but up. Learning animal communication from her aunt while taking care of the motley assortment of rescue animals on the farm is an important part of Abby's healing process. She is eager to begin a new life on her own, but she isn't prepared for the magnetism between her and her handsome, stubborn and distracting new neighbor.

    Quinn Lockhart snapped up the foreclosed estate next door determined to renovate and flip the beautiful bayou property. It's all part of a plan to make a financial comeback and reconnect with his estranged son. Definitely not part of the plan is the noisy petting zoo next door dragging down his property value. But getting rid of it becomes more difficult when he falls for the lovely and passionate Abby and bonds with an abandoned wolf dog who's mournfully waiting for his family to return. For humans and animals alike, it will take all the courage they can muster to learn to love again. But that's a journey worth taking—with a little help from their furry friends.

    You'll fall in love right along with Abby as animals and humans alike find unexpected ways to connect, nurture each other, and thrive.

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