Title: Chaos and Crab Pots (Copper River Romance #7)
Author: Cherime MacFarlane
Her trip to Unalakleet to help her grandmother bring in crab is a fortuitous escape. An arrest record won’t help Aurora’s career. Her boss’s son is out of control and she hopes to escape being trapped in the fallout when her sometime boyfriend gets caught.
Matt hates the mission trips his parents forced him to make every year. The summer he stayed with relatives changed his life, he found commercial fishing. Adrift since splitting with an unfaithful fiancé, he fights the calling tugging at his soul. Instead, he answers a friend’s call for help in the Norton Sound summer crab season. Matt finds himself on a plane to Unalakleet sitting across from a beautiful woman… with a very bad attitude.
Two souls seeking escape come together on Norton Sound amid chaos and crab pots.
Aurora and Matt each have their reasons for traveling to Unalakleet, and as it turns out, neither of them are good. They find their solace in one another though and as the story progresses, so does their interest for one another.
The characters were very vividly written, and so was the world they are in. Not only did we get a good feeling for the personalities of the characters, but the book gave an interesting look into what crab season is like in Norton Sound. It made the story feel even realer.
The Copper River Romance books are always a great read. Even for someone like me who’s not a real big fan of romance. These books paint characters and romances in real light meaning that they have flaws, they have doubts, they have moments where they’re not perfect but love wins anyway. That’s an important theme to this book and this entire series, and that’s what I love about it.