DOGWOOD HILL by Sherryl Woods

DOGWOOD HILL by Sherryl Woods
Dogwood Hill
by Sherryl Woods

Series: Chesapeake Shores
Published by MIRA Genres: Contemporary
Source: Publisher

Reviewed by Melissa

#1 New York Times bestselling author Sherryl Woods tests the strength of the beloved O'Briens and proves that love and family can always triumph! When former pro football quarterback Aidan Mitchell comes to Chesapeake Shores to take a high school coaching job, he's embraced by the town—especially the O'Briens. But Aidan has a secret that could alter all their lives. For wounded Liz March, who's trying for a fresh start after a devastating betrayal, taking a chance on Aidan may be more than she can handle. Her heart, however, refuses to listen to her head. But just when forever seems within reach, Aidan's secret threatens to change everything. Does this tempting stranger who's made her feel alive have the power to convince her to look beyond the past and reach for the future?

Aidan Mitchell is the new high school football coach. As a former pro football quarterback he’s warmly welcomed by the town. It doesn’t take long for him to meet Liz March and know that she is someone he definitely wants to get to know better, much better! But Aidan has secrets, secrets that could affect the O’Briens, a family that is much loved in the town. As he and Liz get closer and closer he holds off telling her. Liz wants to trust Aidan but betrayal in her past makes it hard. When Aidan finally comes clean with the secret he’s been keeping, will it pull them closer together or push them farther apart?


Dogwood Hill is a welcome addition to Sherryl Wood’s Chesapeake Shores series. Both Aidan and Liz have things in their past that gravely affect their future together and keep you involved in the story. Add to this a welcome chance to visit the O’Briens and you have a winner with Dogwood Hill. A perfect choice for your holiday reading list!!

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