Dory Cove

Rated 5.00/5 based on 2 reviews
Penny Martin swore long ago she'd never date a fisherman, even if it meant a break up with high school sweetheart Davey Grant. Davey, injured at sea, needs a nurse, and Penny agrees - just to help an old friend.

Drawn back into Davey's world, Penny struggles to break free. But which is stronger, her fear of the ocean and what it does to the men who fish it, or her attraction to Davey? More

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In this trailer, visit the fishing towns of the beautiful Oregon coast, setting for popular romance/mystery author Christina F. York's romance novel, Dory Cove.

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Review by: Wonder Realms Books on Oct. 05, 2010 :
I loved this book. My heart's still beating hard from reading it. The characters were real and likeable. The conflict kept me reading hungrily all the way through. The climax was terrific. I love being taken into the lives of these fishermen and their families. Dory Cove is a delightful and heartwarming read.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

Review by: Gerald M. Weinberg on Sep. 13, 2010 :
Although I'm not what would be considered a romance reader, the story of Dory Cove hooked my interest. The principal characters are lovely people–nice enough to root for them and want to read more. I knew theirs was a romance, so things would eventually work out for Penny and Davey, but I wanted to see how it would happen. The fine writing made it an enjoyable trip.

Before the romance between Penny and Davey could work out, Penny had to come to accept Dory Cove life and overcome her fear of the sea. To me, this was the difficult task, and I could identify with her fears and other emotional reactions. This part of the story made it not just a simple romance (if romance is ever simple), but a compelling tale of life and death by the ocean.
(reviewed within a week of purchase)

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