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Sight for Sore Eyes by Joan Leacott
Clarence Bay Chronicles #2
Love isn’t blind; it’s just nearsighted.
Emma Finn has had enough of life-altering changes. Stability is all she wants right now, no matter how boring.
Ophthalmologist Asher Stockdale wants her to dust off her old dream of globe-trotting photographer, no matter the cost to his new dream of home, family and small town life.
Carpenter ants, cream pies, and a pair of scheming seniors help Emma and Asher to see what really lies before their eyes.
About the Author
She spends her winters in Toronto, Canada attending piano classes, melting in the hot yoga studio, and writing.
Her summers are spent on the shores of Georgian Bay relaxing on the deck with a romance novel and a glass of wine. After she’s done her laps in the bay, she settles down to write more multi-generational stories of people living and loving in today’s world.
See you on the streets of Clarence Bay!
Sight for Sore Eyes by Joan Leacott is a fast, sweet read. I liked Emma’s character, even if I thought she was a bit stubborn. Asher was a great character and I really wanted him to be happy! I enjoyed my first trip to Clarence Bay, and I would enjoy going back and reading the first Clarence Bay book. The town itself is a charming character.
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