The McCullagh Inn In Maine, Jen McLaughlin

The McCullagh Inn in Maine opening line:The sickly sweet scent of dying roses drifted over me as I backed down the driveway, moving too quickly to check for traffic first.

The McCullagh Inn in Maine
The McCullagh Inn in Maine
The McCullagh Inn in Maine:
Her second chance at love…
Chelsea O’Kane escapes to Maine with fresh bruises. She’s ready to begin anew – until she runs into her old flame, Jeremy Holland. As he helps fix up her inn, her heart heals and they rediscover what they once loved about each other. But as the two play house, it starts to seem too good to last…
My verdict:
With only a few days to go between ending one book and leaving on holiday, I picked up the first of the BookShots, conceptualized by James Patterson. The McCullagh Inn in Maine has been written by Jen McLaughlin and was a great read. BookShots are designed to be able to get through the book in one sitting. This is a love story with a bit of drama attached and well worth the read.
Publishing information:

First published by BookShots in 2016

ISBN: 9781786530356

Format: Paperback – 137 pages
Disclosure: I was sent the book to review by Penguin Random House South Africa. I was not required to write a positive review. This post is in line with my blogging policy.
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6 thoughts on “The McCullagh Inn In Maine, Jen McLaughlin

  1. I confess…I have never read a James Patterson book! I need to start.

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    1. I mostly read his books as he is so prolific 🙂

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  2. I love reading so much:)

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    1. me too!

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  3. Oh I’ve never heard of this bookshot concept before but I’m sure it’s useful for the time poor. Oh hang on, that’s me! What do you think of bookshots Tandy? I’d love to know your opinion 🙂

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    1. I think they are great for flights so you get to read an entire book in one go. Especially if you might not have time to read during your trip 🙂

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