More to Give – Anchor Island #4 by Terri Osburn

Sam Edwards is the quiet, seclusive hotelier who inherited the two main hotels on the Island from his Uncle Morty. Following the rules of his late uncle’s will, Sam is forced to stay on the island for a minimum of five years unless he can find a loophole with the help of the local lawyer, Lucas Dempsey.

Callie Henderson knew that the first meeting with Sam Edwards could make or break her career. After applying for the job to renovate his hotel she hopes that their last encounter six years ago won’t be an issue to them working together.

Against his better judgement Sam agrees to take Callie on but could this be a mistake? Will the past get in the way of the future? and do either of them plan on staying on the island after the job is done?

The final part of the Anchor Island Series.


I was a little uncertain about this book to start with as we had only briefly met Sam Edwards in the previous book and Callie Henderson was a complete unknown, however, as with all the characters there is a great background story that soon has you wanting to know what will happen next.

Sam and Callie have shared heartbreak in the past but the question throughout is – can either of them trust again? Cecil is also an integral part of this story and by the far the comedy element.

The great thing about this book (as with all the others) is that the characters all integrate and all of our favourites from the previous books continue their stories in this one. Weddings, babies and lots of cake!

If you decide to read this series I would highly recommend that you read it order to enjoy the best of all the characters.

Author: mandy

I love to Read! Mostly romance (of all types) but I also enjoy murder mysteries, paranormal fantasy, sci-fi, comedy, pretty much anything.

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