At Last by Jill Shalvis
Reviewed by Cassandra, Collection Management Library
Amy Michaels is looking for a place to feel safe and belong. Lucky Harbor seemed like a good stopping point and waitressing in the local café seemed a great way to pull in rent money and in walks in the local park ranger, Matt Bowers. Dubbed “Hot Buns” by the local gossip reporter, Matt has had a crush on Amy since she started serving him his weekly double burger and soda. It isn’t until Amy gets lost in the woods while trying to uncover her grandmother’s secret and Matt has to rescue her does their romance takes off. However, both Amy and Matt have trust issues. Are they capable of a lasting relationship? Shalvis once again brings together two steaming hot characters and fills their back history with drama and their current lives with missed connections and mystery. Another good read in the Lucky Harbor series.