Review: Dogwood Hill by Sherryl Woods

#1 New York Times bestselling author Sherryl Woods tests the strength of the beloved O'Briens and proves that love and family can always triumph! 

When former pro football quarterback Aidan Mitchell comes to Chesapeake Shores to take a high school coaching job, he's embraced by the town—especially the O'Briens. But Aidan has a secret that could alter all their lives. 

For wounded Liz March, who's trying for a fresh start after a devastating betrayal, taking a chance on Aidan may be more than she can handle. Her heart, however, refuses to listen to her head. But just when forever seems within reach, Aidan's secret threatens to change everything. 

Does this tempting stranger who's made her feel alive have the power to convince her to look beyond the past and reach for the future?

Review:
Sherryl Woods has always know to create such wonderful stories on relationship and family. We get another book in the Chesapeake Shores series. In Dogwood Hill, the reader will read about two new and fresh character that they are not used to O'Brien ways. Aidan is finding his self by changing career path, however, there is a huge secret that it will jeopardy his stay. It was a shocking surprise but it is not a bad one. However, Aidan does get more involve with Liz, who has a heavy baggage about her past. I really did not like Liz personality because she was always judging Aidan character and actions. He has not done anything to her that I found myself not liking Liz character. Those two does have chemistry together when they are not arguing with each other. Four star 

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