Notes on Wanting a Family Man

I don’t know what to say about this book except that I loved writing it. I loved having the broader canvas of the whale-watching tours to explore more of this beautiful part of the world and I am absolutely heartbroken to let go of Raven’s Cove.

When I conceived of this series, I knew that Storm’s aunt would become the love interest for the third brother. I didn’t expect Cloe would twist my heart up so much. She’s trying so hard and life is determined to not go her way, right up to the point that Trystan lets her down when she least expects it. (But she rallies! And so does he.)

I adore Trystan, mostly because he’s so good at appearing to have his act together and, it turns out, he doesn’t. He is human like the rest of us. I especially love that he has to admit his failings to his brothers. He messed up, he’s a little bit lost, and these tough, stubborn, arrogant men (finally!) say out loud that they have each other’s back.

I did everything I could to wrap up any dangling threads with this book. As much as I would love, love, love to continue going back to Raven’s Cove, I think it works best to close it with Trystan and Cloe and the knowledge that all of them are living very happily ever after.

If you do need a small Raven’s Cove after-dinner mint, you can get the bonus epilogue Marrying the Nanny here.

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