Sabrina Kincaid (Sweetpea), a server at the Cobblestone Café, finds herself in a tangled web when she strikes up an internet relationship with a regular customer, Tucker McCabe (Harbormaster).
What Sabrina doesn't know is that Tucker intentionally initiated contact via "Nantucket Chat" in an effort to get closer to Sabrina, after overhearing she was a member there.
Reminiscent of Meg Ryan and Tom Hanks in “You’ve Got Mail”, this love story incorporates modern technology with old fashioned romance and makes for an enjoyable read.
As the plot thickens, Sabrina discovers that Tucker is “Harbormaster” and Tucker knows that Sabrina is “Sweetpea”……but neither of them let on to each other. Sabrina thinks she is being very careful at covering her tracks, yet Tucker knows who she is all along and develops “Operation Sweetpea” in an effort to force Sabrina into revealing her true identity.
In an effort to spend time with the woman he's falling for, Tucker approaches Sabrina about working for him and playing the role of private eye in tracking down Sweetpea. Sabrina reluctantly agrees thinking she can stall for time and throw Tucker off the trail. An unexpected visit from her cousin throws a huge wrench in the plans and Sabrina finds herself scrambling for cover as she feels herself falling for Tucker McCabe, and attempting to hide a dark secret that could end their relationship forever.
I could almost hear the waves beating the shore and smell the salty ocean air from the descriptions Denise Hunter uses for her
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