Stand Alone Novel
Book 3
By: Ellie Hall

Going Home to Hawk Ridge Hollow: Sweet Small Town Happily Ever After

Ellie Hall
 Her emotions threaten to take her under. His heart is locked up after a tragic accident. Does she hold the key?

Cece Sparrow has it all. She’s a successful popstar, her boyfriend was voted one of the hottest men alive, and her fans adore her. When tragedy strikes, she questions everything, including who she is.

Blake Hawkins was a billionaire bad boy. He left a trail of broken hopes and hearts wherever he went, including that of a young singer. Then he disappeared from the public eye without a trace.

After Cece’s world crumbles she makes a choice that could ruin her career. Seeking escape, she flees to an exclusive resort. Shortly after her arrival, a rogue wave nearly drowns her. Thankfully, a mysterious man rushes to her aid since she doesn’t know how to swim.

It turns out, he’s an arrogant beach bum. He thinks she’s a careless diva. They can’t stand each other, but they also can’t seem to stay away from each other.

To complicate matters, they have a past and as the balmy island breezes blow between them so do their feelings for each other. But can they create a future?

This is book 3 in the Hawkins Family Romance series. Each book stands alone but reading them in order provides a deeper, richer experience. It is a sweet, “clean and wholesome” romance without swearing or mature content and contains a happily ever after.*Please note: this book was previously published as Resort Getaway with a Bodyguard.

Report content

more books by this author.

Ellie Hall is a USA Today bestselling author. If only that meant she could wear a tiara and get away with it. ;) She loves puppies, books, and the ocean. Writing sweet romance with lots of firsts and fizzy feels gives her joy. Oh, and chocolate chip cookies are her fave. Ellie believes in dreaming big, working hard, and lazy Sunday afternoons spent with her family and dog in gratitude for God’s grace.


There are no reviews yet.

Be the first to review “Going Home to Hawk Ridge Hollow: Sweet Small Town Happily Ever After”