• A Return to the Keys

  • Coconut Key, Book 5
  • By: Hope Holloway
  • Narrated by: Amy McFadden
  • Length: 8 hrs and 45 mins
  • 4.9 out of 5 stars (65 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

A lost love comes home in search of answers…and a second chance at life.

An unimaginable change is in the air when a long lost love reappears on the sands of Coconut Key to complicate lives and open old wounds. With shocking news that changes history and the family dynamic, the new arrival brings hope, love, and the answers some have been searching for years to find.

As Jessie builds a brand new life and business, and Beck nears the opening of the Coquina House B&B, everyone is tested and forced to lean on each other for love and laughter. And when a budding friendship blossoms into something more, lives are once again changed by love…old and new, lost and found.

©2021 Hope Holloway (P)2021 Podium Audio

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I'm giving only 3 stars because.....

I've read books 1-4. This trend started in Book 4 with the appearance of Heather, Jessie's friend from Atlanta. Heather is sweeter than sugar with a southern drawl that becomes annoying. Then she wants to start church and there the trend begins. I don't read books that push religion, or any other 'thing' like politics. It's showing up way too often. Love of Jesus, the Bible, God. I'll drop this series of books if this continues.

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Great series

All the books in the series have been has been excellent I’ve enjoyed them all and can’t wait for the next one

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loved it

A feel good story.
Can't wait yo listen to the next story.
Pure good listening.