* Review * SOLDIER, HANDYMAN, FAMILY MAN by Lynne Marshall

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* Review * SOLDIER, HANDYMAN, FAMILY MAN by Lynne MarshallSoldier, Handyman, Family Man by Lynne Marshall
Series: American Heroes, Delaney's of Sandpiper Beach #2
Published by Harlequin Special Edition on April 1, 2018
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five-stars

He’s all kinds of man. But is he a family man?

It’s good to be home! But civilian life isn’t easy for Mark Delaney. The former surf champ copes by carving California waves and working solo as the handyman for his family’s beachfront hotel. Until Laurel Prescott, pretty owner of the new B and B—and widowed mother of three—asks for his help. One small task leads to another and another, and suddenly Mark is knee-deep in kids, responsibility…and a love he never dreamed possible.

 

A picture perfect rendition of life’s second chances! With the second book in her Delaney’s of Sandpiper Beach series, Lynne Marshall spins the tale of how two people who have both suffered heartache can pick up the pieces and move forward with life while healing together. Both of their stories are touching and how they play out together keeps us entrenched in drama, feel good family moments and hopes of a happily ever after! A heartwarmingly good story!

Mark Delaney’s reintroduction to life as a civilian after so many years in the Army isn’t easy. He likes to spend a good bit of time by himself as he adjusts and makes sure his former surf champion lifestyle is kept alive and well as he spends the afternoons relaxing on the waves. When a new neighbor catches his eye, he might soon find himself busy with more than he ever expected!

Laurel Prescott’s move to Sandpiper Beach was meant to be a healing step for her and her three kids. It’s a big undertaking, but remodeling a glorious old Victorian house into her very own bed and breakfast seems to be a perfect solution for her little family. When she meets Mark at just the right time to get his help on a few projects, it seems it was meant to be … but the more time he spends with her and the kids, the more of a connection they all forge together. Can this really be her second chance at a happy ending?

five-stars

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