After Mark offers Trace and his band a worldwide tour deal, Trace and Abby worry about how it might impact their future together. As Nell ponders a lost love from her past, Abby, Jess, and Bree are ...
Abby finally has to make a decision whether or not to break up with Trace for good. Bree's relationship with Simon is rocked when Caroline appears, and David and Jess have to finally figure out their...
In "Buried Treasures," the O'Briens dig up the past - both literally and figuratively - on "Chesapeake Shores." Nell discovers a treasure map that Bree made as a teen, leading Bree and Kevin to hunt ...
Abby O'Brien Winters returns to Chesapeake Shores when she receives a panicked phone call from her younger sister Jess, who has renovated the charming Inn at Eagle Point. The Maryland town her father built has many sad memories and Abby, thanks to her demanding career, divorce and young daughters of nine and seven years of age, has not had time to spare. Saving the inn from foreclosure means dealing not only with her fractured family but also with Trace Riley, the man she left ten years ago. Trace initially poses an obstacle but becomes an unexpected ally and a second chance at finding love.
Chesapeake Shores is wonderful new episode that should continue to be aired every week!
I have enjoyed all the episodes of Chesapeake Shores I have watched since the first & look forward to each new one as it appears each week. I find the story line very interesting & a delightful family story. There is just enough risqué romance to the story yet kept refreshingly wholesome & family clean, which is so nice to find as entertainment in this day & age. All very enjoyable, not to mention how talented each cast member is & how believable & well suited they are to the character they play.
It is so nice to have a clean romantic family episode with just enough punch to make you want to turn it on & look forward to it every week.
There is far too many sappy comedies, violent cop shows, unbelievable science fiction episodes & really boring reality shows, none of which are entertaining. Television is now saturated with so many of the same old, same old shows that other than the news cast there is no point in owning a TV. I sure hope that Chesapeake Shores is here to stay.
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