Review

The Path to Sunshine Cove. RaeAnne Thayne

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Publisher: Harlequin

Date: March 30th 2021

Source: Publicist via NetGalley

The Path to Sunshine Cove by RaeAnne Thayne takes us to a beautiful spot in the American North West and a gorgeous spot on the coast. Here we have a house in need of decluttering, or so Eleanor the seventy year old owner declares.

Jess has a business that declutters. She arrives in her Airstream for the work to begin.  At first Nate’s son is a little anti when he finds a strange Airstream parked beside his mother’s house, but soon comes around. Living in Cape Sanctuary is also Jess’s sister Rachel. The women were once very close but now the relationship is strained. As well Rachel’s life all round seems strained – what is going on there? The two women have a past that is tough and haunts their lives still.

Nate has a thirteen year old daughter, Sophie who at the moment is rather put out by her Dad and is rather short and even at times surly with him. According to her it’s his fault.

So lots of relationships that seem to be in crisis. But of course when we face into a crisis there are always two paths we can take at least. What will Rachel and Jess do about each other? Will Nate and Jess embrace their growing attraction for each other? Oh the choices!

This a sweet, gentle story that touched me the more I read and I really enjoyed the way things worked out. 

Rating: 4 out of 5.

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7 thoughts on “The Path to Sunshine Cove. RaeAnne Thayne”

  1. I love her writing and it’s been too long since I’ve picked one up thanks for putting this in front of me Kathryn

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  2. I love stories involving decluttering. It always brings up a little history on the characters. This one sounds good and RaeAnne is always a great read! I need to see if I can find this one on audio.

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