Catch and Release (Fishing for Trouble #3)

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The irresistible O’Donnell brothers return in a charming novel from the bestselling author of Off the Hook (“The perfect balance of sweet, sexy, and wonderfully romantic.”—Lauren Layne).

Hope Seaver is an up-and-coming TV producer tackling the hardest gig of her career: a reality show set at the Buoys, a scenic fishing destination owned by three handsome, stubborn brothers. Liam and Finn O’Donnell are willing to tolerate her crew for the sake of the business, but Ronan would rather chew off a limb than open up on camera. Somehow Hope has to convince him of her good intentions—and stop herself from swooning every time Ronan walks into the frame.

Ronan knows that he’s the reason his brothers gave up their old lives to run the Buoys, and he needs to make it worth their while. So if this out-of-towner with the kind eyes and dazzling smile wants to give them the free publicity they desperately need, Ronan can’t say no. He just won’t let himself get burned again by a double-dealing woman. But what if Hope’s good-girl routine isn’t an act? When Ronan lets his guard down long enough to catch a glimpse of the real Hope, he likes what he sees—enough to give love another shot.

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Book Info

  • Original Title:Catch and Release (Fishing for Trouble #3)
  • Author:
  • Rating:8.46 / 10
  • Genre:Romance
  • Language:English
  • ISBN:-
  • Publisher:Published February 28th 2017 by Loveswept


Chapter 1

“There’s no place like home.”

Dorothy, The Wizard of Oz



“Did you know there’s a town in Saskatchewan called Climax?”

Hope Seaver pulled a Wet-Nap out of her oversize tote bag and handed it across the narrow aisle to her camera guy, Kevin, as the small float plane banked a little to the right.

Kevin had spent most of the flight bent over his barf bag, and his already pale complexion seemed almost transparent as he sat up slowly, dragging the damp cloth over his mouth.

“It’s true.” Hope smirked, quirking her left eyebrow. “And as you drive out of town, their sign says, COME AGAIN.”

Instead of laughing—or even smiling—Kevin leaned his head back against the velvet-covered rest and groaned.

“Oh, come on,” she said. “That’s funny.”

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