Have you been to Revelation Cove?
Off the coast of British Columbia lies a picturesque spa retreat where newly single Hollie goes to escape her unsatisfying life, where heartbroken hockey player Ryan learns to open himself up again, and where love is just around every corner. If you like a laugh-out-loud romps, sweet and passionate romance that gives you butterflies, and feel-good stories with a happily ever after, then these are the books for you!
If you like Sophie Kinsella, Emily Giffin, Sally Thorne, Avery Flynn, Janet Evanovich, Lauren Weisberger, Graeme Simsion, JoJo Moyes, Cecilia Ahern, Christina Lauren, and Helen Fielding, you’ll love Eliza Gordon!
Book 1: Must Love Otters – Emergency call operator Hollie Porter is saddled with a job she hates and a boyfriend who’s all wrong for her. Reaching breaking point, she cashes in a gift certificate and heads to Revelation Cove in British Columbia.
Flying solo and newly single, Hollie hopes to reflect and discover her purpose among the beautiful surroundings but instead ends up unintentionally providing comic relief for the staff and guests alike. Even concierge Ryan, a former hockey star with bad knees and broken dreams, can’t stop her from stumbling from one (mis)adventure to another.
Book 2: Hollie Porter Builds a Raft – After relocating to Ryan’s posh resort at Revelation Cove, Hollie Porter embarks on an all-new adventure as the Cove’s wildlife experience educator, teaching guests and their kids about otters and orca and cougars, oh my.
When darling Ryan gets down on one hockey-damaged knee and pops the question of a lifetime, Hollie realizes this is where the real adventure begins. It’s all cake tasting, flower choosing, and dress fittings until a long-lost family member shows up at the Cove and threatens to hijack her shiny new life. The unexpected reunion forces Hollie to redefine what family means to her and question what she willing to sacrifice to have one of her very own.
Book 3: F-Stop – Frankie Hawes is happy to shrink into the background and play personal assistant to her superstar photographer father and prodigy older brother. But when her brother breaks his leg, and her dad is off on vacation, Frankie must step up to the plate and fill in for the Meyer-Nelson wedding.
Held at the picturesque Revelation Cove in British Columbia, Frankie is more than a little nervous about playing photographer for the weekend. Other than a few snaps of canines here and there, Frankie is inexperienced, underprepared, and overwhelmed at the prospect of dealing with an incessant and irritating bridezilla who just so happens to be an old school bully.