Christmas at Saltwater Cove - Amelia Addler

Christmas at Saltwater Cove

By Amelia Addler

  • Release Date: 2020-10-07
  • Genre: Romance
Score: 4
From 103 Ratings


The ghosts of relationships past are threatening her happily ever after…

Pediatric surgeon Sandy Randall has given up on love. At 53, with a divorce and a string of bad dates behind her, she just doesn't see the point of it. Besides, her career keeps her way too busy to worry about romance. But when a trip to San Juan Island brings her face-to-face with her high school sweetheart, she can't help but wonder how the icy walls she's built around her heart can possibly survive him again.

Jack Pappas is thrilled when a holiday catering gig puts him back in contact with Sandy. In his mind, she was the one that got away – and she's more beautiful and delightful than ever. All he'll have to do now is convince her to give him (and love) a second chance…

Somewhere between the caroling and mistletoe (and the unwanted medical mystery that hits San Juan Island), can Jack and Sandy figure out how to take one last shot at love? It might take a Christmas miracle…

This novella is the perfect holiday pick-me-up, whether you're new to San Juan Island or have already read all about Sandy's sister Margie in the Westcott Bay series. Get your copy today and dive into this small town, feel good Christmas romance!


  • The book is ok

    By KuDiosKe
    There was little depth to this story. It is a quick read with little romance or suspense.
  • Christmas at Saltwater Cove

    By Tiggy/Cookie
    First time reading this author. This was a clean, sweet romance.
  • Great story!

    By MaryEllen505
    This is my voluntary review of a copy I received from the author. I've not read the other books in the series, yet wasn't lost. The story moves at a quick pace, but we easily keep up. The characters were well done and the dialogue and actions seemed real. The suspense was short lived––just enough to give the story a bit of excitement. The friendship and concern showed through and the HEA is easy to accept.