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By Donna Kauffman | Comments: ( 184 ) | Date: ( Jul 17, 2019 )

Blueberry Cove, Maine, is as small town as small towns get More than a little quirky, it has sheltered generations of families But there s always room for a new face Fixing things has always been Alex McFarland s greatest gift and keenest pleasure But with her own life thoroughly broken, she s signed on to renovate the dilapidated Pelican Point lighthouse, hoping to recBlueberry Cove, Maine, is as small town as small towns get More than a little quirky, it has sheltered generations of families But there s always room for a new face Fixing things has always been Alex McFarland s greatest gift and keenest pleasure But with her own life thoroughly broken, she s signed on to renovate the dilapidated Pelican Point lighthouse, hoping to reconnect with herself The last thing she expects is to find herself falling in love with the glorious coastline, with age old secrets and welcome home smiles with rugged Logan McCrae, the man she just might be able to build new hopes on.DIY is so much better with twoIncludes an easy do it yourself restoration project


  • Title: Pelican Point
  • Author: Donna Kauffman
  • ISBN: 9780758292773
  • Page: 261
  • Format: Paperback

About Author:

Donna Kauffman

USA Today bestseller and award winning author of the Cupcake Club series and the Blueberry Cove series, DONNA KAUFFMAN has been gratified to see her books get rave reviews in venues ranging from Kirkus Reviews and Library Journal to Entertainment Weekly and Cosmopolitan She lives in the beautiful Blue Ridge Mountains in southwestern Virginia, where she is happily working on the next book in her brand new Blue Hollow Falls series, set right in her mountain home area When she s not writing, she can be found recapping the popular tv show NCIS for USA Today, or escaping into her garden to play in the dirt Donna also works as a volunteer wildlife transporter for two local sanctuaries, giving orphaned and injured wildlife a second chance at survival You can catch up on all of her adventures via her author page on Facebook, or on Twitter, or Instagram writerchick Donna loves to hear from readers You can contact her through her website at donnakauffman.



Comments Pelican Point

  • ♡ Sassy ~ Amy ♡

    This this is the first book in the series about a town & the eclectic lives that live in it. Logan is the owner of the lighthouse in Pelican Point. He is also the town's police chief. His uncle Gus decided to hire a woman to help him restore the lighthouse for the tricentennial anniversary of the town. As soon as Alex arrives passing out from lack of sleep & hunger, in a completely sad state, he lets her sleep it off at his house & fires her the next morning. Both Logan & Alex ar [...]


  • Margreet Asselbergs

    ripeforreader/201PELICAN POINT by Donna Kauffman(BACHELORS OF BLUEBERRY COVE #1)ARC ReviewMy rating: 4 of 5 ⭐️Broken down on the side of the road, Alex McFarland feels like she has finally hit rock bottom. After a devastating loss, the lighthouse renovation specialist is on her way to Blueberry Cove, Maine, to attempt to hang on to the dregs of a business that is all she has left. No ties left to anyone or anywhere, She is desperate to reconnect with her roots, transient as they might have b [...]


  • Emsy Van Wyck

    Donna Kauffman's sexy, fun, and moving Pelican Point is a five star winner!A lighthouse, the coast of Maine, a brooding hunky hero with a sex god voice, and a strong, beautiful heroine overcoming emotional challenges - what more could you ask for in a romance? Well how about a little implied magic, another hunk with an Irish brogue, a tell-it-like-it-is diner owner, a pub owner uncle that everyone wants to hug, and a grumpy proprietor of an antique shop with very special tree growing within in i [...]


  • Susan

    Wonderful small town romance. Alex arrives in town at the request of one of the residents, to look at restoring the local lighthouse. She is the last surviving member of her family of lighthouse restoration experts and is trying to recover from the tragic death of her father. She needs this job for the money and to see if she still has what it takes to continue the work she loves. She hits town exhausted and hungry and promptly faints in the police chief's arms.Logan is the police chief. He has [...]


  • Nelle

    This is my first time reading one of Ms. Kauffman's books. The beginning didn't start out so well for me. She put in a lot of details on lighthouse restoring and while some might appreciate those details, it distracted me from they story. I pushed through that first chapter, though and I'm SO glad I did!Logan and Alex's first meeting was classic. She faints into his arms and hears his "Sex-god" voice. They are both overcoming a tragic loss. They dance around each other, trying not to get involve [...]


  • Quinn Fforde

    This book is why I read Donna Kauffman. It has a great story, deft characterization, true emotion, and fun dialogue. But the chemistry between Alex and Logan caused sparks to fly out of my ereader. Well, not literally but I was completely sucked in. I loved every minute.Also, I lived in Washington County a few years ago, and she writes the feeling of the place so very well. Not many tourists make it to Machias or Calais or Lubec, but they are well worth the trip. Until then, we have this lovely [...]


  • Chris Conley

    I enjoyed this. Alex and Logan are strong characters and the folks of Blueberry Cove are fun to meet.


  • Julie

    Donna Kauffman welcomes readers to Blueberry Cove with Pelican Point, the first installment in her wonderful new series set in a small town in Maine.Logan Mcrae loves his life in Blueberry Cove. Although his sisters had moved on to pastures new and made lives for themselves elsewhere, Logan has never been tempted by the glittering lights of the big cities and has no intention of ever leaving his home town. As the town’s Chief of Police, Logan’s free time is limited. Having to juggle keeping [...]


  • Romancing the Book

    Reviewed by JenBook provided by the publisherOriginally posted at Romancing the BookIf you’ve followed my reviews, you’d probably discover two things about my reading. One, Donna Kauffman is an auto-buy author for me and two, I’ve recently developed a love for small-town contemporary romances. So, it’s not entirely surprising that I’m reading and reviewing Pelican Point, since it falls neatly into both of those categories. And Ms Kauffman has not disappointed with this start of a new s [...]


  • Hannah Fielding

    Given that my own career background is in restorations (running a cottage restoration business), I expected to find an affinity with this book and so was keen to read it. The book didn’t disappoint, with plenty to interest those who, like me, find restoration fascinating.But there was so much more to like in the book too!The opening is really quite dramatic, and it hooked me in at once. I loved the characters, and quickly connected to them. There is so much depth to the characterisation, and s [...]


  • Paula

    I received this book through netgalley in exchange for an honest review. Thank you to netgalley, Kensington Books, and Donna Kauffman.This was a wonderful story and I look forward to reading more in this series. I'm not typically a big fan of romance novels (although I read one every now and then) but I love Kensington Books so I thought I'd give it a chance. I'm so glad that I did!Alex travels to Blueberry Cove, Maine to restore the Pelican Point lighthouse. Restoring lighthouses has been her l [...]


  • Ellen Parker

    November in Maine heats up in this contemporary romance.Alex McFarland didn’t plan on making her entrance in Blueberry Cove by fainting into the arms of Logan McCrae – police chief, owner of Pelican Point lighthouse, and bachelor. She’s here to assess and restore the lighthouse and associated buildings. It’s also her opportunity to discover if she needs to change the direction of her life.Logan thinks he has figured out his life and is working a job he loves in the place he belongs. He [...]


  • Janet

    A great start to a new series from Donna Kauffman. Ms. Kauffman has created an enchanting world in Blueberry Cove. Wonderful, quirky characters abound, as well as a bit of "magic" in the air.I have fallen in love with this town. But, the story, the story kept me reading far too late into the night. I read straight through and didn't regret a minute. The lead couple is so strongly detailed and drawn, that they leap off the page. I was totally emotionally invested in the outcome of their story. Th [...]


  • Lori Foster

    I enjoyed the story a lot. A great balance of emotion, romance, quirky small town characters and a touch of magic. Unique, fun, and poignant.


  • Ellen Rennels

    This serves as a reminder to myself - read book covers a little more carefully! In a hurry to get something to read on a trip I picked up this one without realizing that it is in the Romance novels stable. Fine print also said series called "The Bachelors of Blueberry Cove". So I was stuck with it on my trip and read it through. In spite of the gratuitous graphic tawdry sex scenes and language, I had hopes that there might be some interesting info about restoring lighthouses as that was the supe [...]


  • Gail

    Good read. The heroine is a restorer of lighthouses and the hero owns one. She is recovering from her father's death from a fall from a lighthouse they were restoring and its aftermath. He has been covering himself in his work as a small town police chief and the little bit of restoration work he's had time to do in order to avoid dealing with the pain in his past. And of course they strike sparks off each other. It's a nice story about opening up to possibilities, and second chances. I liked it [...]


  • Niki

    This is the first in the Bachelors of Blueberry Cove and like the Brides and other Bachelors books I quite enjoyed it and all of the different characters. I did read the series is the wrong order as the Bachelors series comes first.


  • Lynne Evans

    New author for me and a good first start to this series. Donna Kauffman's descriptions of the lighthouse and Maine coast make me want to travel that week. Looking forward to the next book in the series.


  • Cindy

    Logan and AlexI loved this book. Alex came to town to restore a lighthouse, needing to figure out out if this is w hat she wanted to do with her life. She was worn out and fainted in the sheriff's arms. And the story continues with humor, romance, and a little intrigue.


  • Janet

    three stars only because there was far to much internal talking. Thinking thing over and over. talking them to death. Not a whole lot actually happened.However I admit to being sucked into this town and need to know what happens next.


  • Carol

    I liked the characters in Pelican Point and I loved the lighthouse restoration background.


  • Susan Moxley

    A story of healing and moving on from tragedy.


  • Kortney

    This is the first full length book of Donna Kauffman's that I have read. I really enjoyed her writing style and dialogue that she created in the book. She did a great job of giving you a background on the main characters Alex and Logan so you really felt like you knew them. In addition, this gave you a better idea of the actions that they took.In addition, I really think she did a great job of developing the background of the story, that being the setting of the town and the other characters. I [...]


  • Julie Barrett

    Pelican Point by Donna KauffmanChange is coming to the island so keep an open mind about it. How true this is in my life with the ferry and others who want to take it over.Love the island life but I mostly live on the mainland and treasure my time there. Small community where everybody helps one another out.Logan McCrae is the police chief and makes his rounds and attempts to keep things running smoothly. The town's anniversary date is in a few years and some want money to fix up the lighthouse [...]


  • Jaksen

    Just want to say I won the second book in this series through and the publisher was kind enough to send Books 1 and 2 in this series.Well, I used to love romances as a younger person. Absolutely devoured them. As I got older I veered off into the classics, horror, scifi and mystery. But when I saw I might win a romance, wow, I put my name in and won this book. Excited much? Yes I was and eager to read a romance by a popular and well-liked author. I'm retired, have more time to read and thought [...]


  • mandyfujita

    This is the first book in the Bachelors of Blueberry Cove Series. I read the 2nd book first, Half Moon Harbor, and did not really care for it. I think that I couldn't get behind the main characters. I liked Pelican Point much better. I think because Alex MacFarland and Logan McCrae are more likeable. They are both have experienced losing someone they truly love through an accident. Alex lost her father from a working accident, trying to restore a Canadian lighthouse and Logan lost his fiancee du [...]


  • The_Book_Queen

    What can I say? Kauffman has created a sweet small-town that I enjoyed visiting and look forward to doing so again. The romance had a few spicy moments, and while they were very steamy, I was a bit disappointed by the small number of smexy scenes (call me dirty, I guess!). There was really only one “complete” scene and two or three partial fade-to-black scenes. I wanted more of the dirty variety, though! :) The road to the couple's HEA was pretty sweet, too, and I found the quirky townspeopl [...]


  • Bette Stanek

    Donna Kauffman was able to develop a depth of character not only to her people, but to the town they live in. Blueberry Cove has a personality all its own; I wouldn't mind living there. I'd definitely want to spend some hours with Fergus in the Rusty Puffin and grab breakfast at Delia's. I wonder if Eula might let me get a peek in her workroom? There are several stories going on here as the the main one unfolds. The story of Logan and Alex is one of how life, and fate, can destroy as well as pro [...]


  • Maggie

    I went to the library in search of a series that could keep my interest for a few weeks of reading and my library had all 3 of the books available in this series so it won. I really like the setting of these books, the characters are interesting and funny and I think I'm going to like the stories very much. The reason I give this book 3* instead of 4* is that there is quite a few times where the character has a long and lengthy inner dialogue during an actual conversation which makes me imagine [...]


  • Linda

    This is the first time I have read a book by Donna Kauffman and it was quite a surprise. It took me a little bit to get into the book but it was a very informative book about restoring old light stations and old lighthouses that had weathered through the years. Alex McFarland's entire family had been into restoration and this was Alex's whole life until her father was killed falling while working on a lighthouse. She was invited to Pelican Point to look at a family owner lighthouse owned by the [...]


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