Liam's Perfect Woman (Home to Harbor Town, #2)
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Liam's Perfect Woman (Home to Harbor Town #2)

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It happened one summer...The moment Liam Kavanaugh first glimpsed the exotic beauty dancing across a moonlit beach, he was smitten. But he was in for the surprise of his life when she turned out to be Natalie Reyes! The big-city cop had returned to Harbor Town to be the chief of police. Instead, he was battling an intense attraction to the woman who was forcing him to conf...more
Paperback, 224 pages
Published July 19th 2011 by Harlequin (first published January 1st 2011)
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This was another good story by this author and based in Harbor Town.
Liam has returned home after quitting the Chicago PD as he promised his brother and mother, to take over the new job as police chief, but before he does that he is surprised to get a call from Natalie Reyes, she was the sole survivor of the accident in which Liam's father drunk, killed himself and three other people.

He finds it weird to be talking to her in the shadows, she asks him to investigate the accident, to actually find...more
Liam Kavanaugh worked as undercover detective in Chicago before pulling up stakes and returning to the small lakeside community of Harbor Town, Michigan. Liam accepted the position as Harbor Town’s Police Chief and buys the Myerson cottage situated on a lovely piece of beachfront property. The house needs considerable work but Liam is content to renovate his carpenter’s dream over time and enjoy a quieter existence in the small town. Then he meets Natalie Reyes and his life takes an unexpected t...more
Mandi Schreiner
Liam Kavanaugh is done with the high stress police force in Chicago, and has decided to return to the small town of Harbor Town, Michigan to become the police chief. And while he wants to spend a few weeks relaxing before he takes his new position, Natalie Reyes has a proposition for him.

Sixteen years ago when Liam was only 15 and Natalie even younger, Liam’s father Derry drank way too much, got behind the wheel of his car, and started driving. He crashed into a car carrying Natalie and her mom....more
Some people say you can never go home again, but in Beth Kery’s Home to Harbor Town series, going home again can be the one place you find both forgiveness and love.

Beth Kery weaves a story not only about romance but about three families that worked, played and grew up together, until one night a drunk driver ended all their hopes and dreams and changed the course of their futures forever. In one moment everything changed and childhood friends and a lifetime of loving memories transformed into r...more
Packed with emotion, passion, drama, and great chemistry, 'Liam's Perfect Woman' is a very engrossing story. It was interesting to read a damaged heroine for a change instead of a scarred hero; it did interesting things to their relationship. I really liked this book. It was a quick read but it felt fully developed and well put together. It makes me want to check out the rest of the series.

The basic plot: Sixteen years ago Liam's father was driving drunk and caused an accident that killed Natali...more
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Miniseries: Home to Harbor Town
Liam’s Perfect Woman by Beth Kery

Tags: Beth Kery, Harbor Town, Fiction, Romance, Contemporary, Novella, Harlequin, Sheriff, Car Accident, Family Secrets, Scars, Beach Town, Small Town

Liam Kavanaugh has been working as a cop in Chicago for many years and has finally decided to move back home to Harbor Town. He is reluctant about the move and his new job as sheriff. Natalie Reyes is a Harbor Town local. Liam and Natalie are linked together because Liam’s father caused a terrible accident 16 years...more
I am addicted to this series, there is something about these 3 families whose lives have been so altered by one car crash that you can't help but to want them to be finally happy. I love that the as adults they seem to be finding happiness with the others that understand what they went through. Although these couplings have one person from each side of the tragedy, that by understanding what the other has gone through can they finally be happy. I love that they also seem to understand that their...more
I enjoyed reading another book in the Home and Harbor Town series. I wanted to learn the reason that Liam's father drove drunk and caused the accident that left Natalie with out a mother and some obstacles to over come. She still sees herself as scarred, but Liam sees below the surface to the beautiful woman she is.
You'll cheer this couple on as they search out the truth of the past in order to get on with the future.
I really like this book. I rooted for these two to come together and overcome and get through family tragedies. Well paced and wasn't to rushed for a short book.
Really excellent category romance! Lots of angst, but both hero and heroine will draw you in. Can't wait for the last book in the series to come out next month!
Lenore Kosinski
Yup, thoroughly enjoyed it. Liam and Natalie are most definitely perfect for each other...
Perfect ! Search for answers other think don't exist or choose to ignore .
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3.5 stars

I liked it. And the series arc just got intensely fascinating.
So touching! I loved it!
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Beth Kery is the New York Times and USA Today best selling author of over thirty novels, novellas and serials. She writes contemporary romances as well as erotic contemporary romances, her hallmarks being emotional intensity, leap-off-the-page realistic characters and steamy sexual tension.
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