Lobster Cove is a great continuation of Cattle Valley but on the East Coast.
I picked this one up because I enjoyed reading Carol Lynne and her Cattle Valley series.
The beginning introduces a lot of characters with who you start to get to know.
This one begins with Boone Jensen wanting to get a new start after losing his partner when his younger brother comes to live with them. Moving to Lobster Cove seems to be the right thing to do since it is a LGBT friendly town and they have need of a carpenter. When Boon meets Dante Madia his first employer, sparks fly between the two men. Dante has come to Lobster Cove to start over after being burnt by his friend and business partner. Boone and Dante though learn a lot from each other about trust and forgiving and giving of themselves throughout the book.
I impatiently await the next book to this series so that I may revisit old friends. I happily recommend this book to others who also enjoyed the Cattle Valley series. Pick this book up if you want to get sucked into characters that you want more of in follow-up books.
When following your dream lands you in Lobster Cove, Maine, anything is possible.
After gaining custody of his younger brother, Boone Jensen moves to a unique LGBT community on the coast of Maine. There, he hopes to find work as a stonemason, heal his broken heart and give his brother a safe place to call home.
Life was good in New York City for chef Dante Madia, until his business partner betrayed him. Determined to trust only himself, Dante risks everything on a new restaurant venture in a small fishing village built on acceptance.
Neither man is looking for love, but in a town like Lobster Cove, secret dreams have the ability to become realities.