04 March 2019

Low Country Hero | Book Review


Welcome to Safe Haven, where love—and a second chance—is just around the corner…

Sunny, carefree days splashing in the ocean—it’s the life Anna George has always wanted for her five-year-old twins. And now that they’ve made it to Safe Haven, South Carolina, she won’t let anyone stand in her way. Not the abusive ex she’s just escaped and not the rugged contractor who caught her setting up house in the shuttered beachfront cabins he’s refurbishing. When he offers Anna and her daughters a place to stay in exchange for her help with renovations, she’s tempted. His gentle way with her girls makes her want to trust him, but she’s been wrong before…

A family is the last thing contractor and former military man Sean O’Dwyer wants right now. But when he discovers Anna and her girls, he recognizes kindred spirits. They’re survivors who’ve seen the worst of people, just like he has, and he’ll do anything he can to help them. As he and Anna spend their days bringing the cottages back to life and their nights sharing kisses in the warm bayou breezes, Sean must choose between the life he always wanted and the family he can’t live without.

Publisher: HQN
Release Date: February 26, 2019



A heartwarming start to Lee Tobin McClain’s new Safe Haven series, Low Country Hero delivers a story that readers of contemporary romance should not miss.

Anna George escapes to Safe Haven, South Carolina with her five-year-old twins, believing it a place she’ll be safe from her abusive ex. Sean O’Dwyer, a contractor struggling to find peace with his past, cannot deny the connection he feels with Anna. Together, they embark on a story full of family, friendship, community, romance, and healing.

An enjoyable read, Low Country Hero left me eager to read more of the series. The characters have great depth, the emotions they feel resonate, and their community is one I’d love to revisit.


Thanks to TLC Book Tours, I received a complimentary copy of Low Country Hero and the opportunity to provide an honest review. I was not required to write a positive review, and all the opinions I have expressed are my own.


Lee Tobin McClain read Gone With the Wind in the third grade and has been an incurable romantic ever since. When she’s not writing emotional love stories with happy endings, she’s probably driving around a carload of snarky teen girls, playing with her rescue dog and cat, or teaching aspiring writers in Seton Hill University’s MFA program. She is probably not cleaning her house.


1 comment:

  1. This is one of my favorite settings for a book so I'd be all in based on that alone! I'm glad you really enjoyed this. Thanks for being on the tour.

    Sara @ TLC Book Tours