Asylum Harbor by Isla Grey
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
"Asylum Harbor" by Isla Grey
Entertaining and well-written. Those are the first two descriptions I can say for Isla’s book, but not the only ones. Terrific comes to mind, as well.
Devon Brown is one strong protagonist. She still believes in relationships, even after some past ones filled with drama. Moving to Shell Island to escape her family, Devon finds herself bartending and staying with an old crotchety woman. The bartending was okay, but the old lady? Not so much.
If Devon thought her past relationships with family and friends were hard, little did she know that the ones in Shell Island would be just as challenging, especially her new-found romance with Kerr. Victoria is a dancer at the bar where Devon works. Let’s just say Victoria doesn’t particularly care for Devon and it only gets worse when Victoria finds out that Devon and Kerr are romantically involved.
It’s one battle after another for Devon, but love wins out in the end. A great read and a must have!
Reviewed by Starr Gardinier, author of “The Other Side: Melinda’s Story”
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