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whisper's edgeCricket Creek, Kentucky, is a sweet river town known for its theater, shopping, and cuisine. But tough times are affecting the residents of the local retirement community—until a handsome hero shows up…

Savannah Perry loves her job as social director of Whisper’s Edge, a retirement community on the picturesque waterfront of Cricket Creek. Raised in foster care, twenty-nine-year-old Savannah feels treasured and loved by the retired residents, who treat her as their adopted granddaughter and rotate having her over for dinner. But the community is struggling to stay afloat financially—until Tristan McMillan swoops into town, rescues a dog, and, well, saves the day…
Business-minded Tristan bought Whisper’s Edge from his estranged grandfather to prove his worth to the curmudgeon and to turn a quick profit. He never expected to fall for the charms of a village of crafty retirees—or to fall hard for a small town girl like Savannah. Suddenly the man who knows all about making money finds himself needing lessons in love and what really matters in life…
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I liked this book, it was a cute and funny romance. I loved all the seniors in the retirement community, they helped in moving the story along. Tristan and Savannah were great together. They both had their insecurities that they had to overcome to finally be able to totally commit to each other. When Savannah finds out that Tristan does not want to keep the community a senior community, but turn it into more housing units all along the beach front property.  She tries to change his mind, and to come up with other ways to keep it a senior community so the citizens won’t have to lose their homes. I give this book 4/5 stars.
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