Lucie McNeil knows that Emma and Jonathan Hunter don't want to leave their island home to live in Boston with their son, Gabriel. Gabriel's first thought is that Lucie is a money-hungry young woman taking advantage of his aging parents, and after Emma's health takes a turn for the worse, he demands they move in with him. In Boston he learns the truth about Lucie and what brought her to his parents and wants to make it up to her. But she wants nothing from him. Still, Gabriel and Lucie will need each other more than either wants to admit in order to grant his parents' wish to return to their island paradise. Anna Schmidt's Seaside Cinderella (4) is reminiscent of the fairy tale. It's a charming, sweet story with a beautiful ending.
Reviewed by: 
Patsy Glans