Secrets and lies threaten to tear Coral Island’s close knit community apart.
Charmaine moves to Coral Island and lands a job working at a local florist shop. It seems as though the entire island has caught wedding fever, with weddings planned every weekend. It’s a good opportunity for her to get to know the locals, but what she doesn’t expect is to be thrown into the middle of a family drama.
Penny and Rowan’s wedding is coming up fast and Penny’s working too hard to give it her full attention. Rowan’s still figuring out what to do with his life when a suggestion from a friend gives them both an idea. Could change bring them closer together or will it push them apart?
Beatrice and Aidan are content with how their lives are going, but one heated night results in an impulsive proposal. They’ll have to decide whether to give in to the romance or let common sense prevail.
Coral Island has wedding fever. Can these couples withstand the heat?
The Coral Island series is full of family drama, sweet romance, renewal, mystery, and friendship. This is the fourth book in the series and ends on a cliff hanger. Be sure to read books 1-3, before starting this one.
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