LIKE ONE OF THE FAMILY
LIKE ONE OF THE FAMILY (4) by Kimberly Van Meter: When marketing executive Lora Bell goes home to St. John to help save the family resort from bankruptcy, she’s forced to spend time with Heath Cannon, the man who works for her grandfather and whom Lora believes swindled the family out of money, putting the resort in jeopardy. But Lora soon learns things aren’t quite what they seem. Far from taking advantage of her grandfather, Heath’s been trying to hold the resort together, and it will take a concerted effort to save the property. Excellent use of description gives a nice view of the island, and a secondary plot point involving Heath being badly injured adds depth.