Review: More Than Anything by Kimberly Lang

From the USA Today bestselling author of Everything at Last comes the third in the “delightful” Magnolia Beach series, a tale of two hearts adrift finding love in the most unlikely of situations...

The small, waterfront town of Magnolia Beach, Alabama, gets its fair share of tourists breezing in and out, but one handsome visitor might just be tempted to stay...

Running the Bay Breeze marina means Shelby Tanner is used to fielding strange requests from vacationers, but she is still less than amused when she gets a call in the middle of the night to rescue a boat stranded nearby. The clueless sailor is infuriatingly inexperienced—yet also frustratingly attractive.

Architect Declan Hyde only planned on stopping in Alabama briefly on his move from Chicago to Miami, but Magnolia Beach is proving to be more captivating than he imagined. For one thing, there’s the sweet, Southern charm. For another, there’s the stunning tomboy who rescued him from the bay and keeps invading his thoughts.

As the time draws near for Declan to weigh anchor, he begins to realize that Shelby may have saved more than his boat that night—and leaving Magnolia Beach might set his lonely heart permanently adrift...

When it comes to small town romances, More Than Anything gets it right. It’s sweet, romantic, fun, and exactly what I expect out of a contemporary romance. The story is light and moves along at a great pace. The characters are very well developed and likeable, and I very much enjoyed Shelby and Declan’s story.

Rating: 4 Stars

I read and reviewed a paperback copy of the book gifted to the blog in exchange for an honest review. All conclusions reached are my own.

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