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ATTIC REVIEW : Seaside Hearts (Seaside Summers #2) by Melissa Foster

 
 

April 7, 2017

 

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Jeri’s Book Attic

 
 

 

 

 

Title :              Seaside Hearts

Author :            Melissa Foster

Series :            Seaside Summers #2

Release date :   October 21st 2014

Rating :           2 Stars

 

 

Blurb : Seaside Hearts is a USA Today BestsellerJenna Ward is vivacious, spontaneous, and confident—except when she’s around the man who stole her heart years earlier, strikingly handsome, quiet, and reliable Pete Lacroux. After years of trying to get his attention and overwhelmed from dealing with her mother’s new cougar lifestyle, Jenna’s giving up on Peter—and is ready to explore other men.As the eldest of five siblings, with an alcoholic father to care for, boat craftsman Pete Lacroux always does the right thing and has no time for a real relationship. He’s looking forward to seeing his friend Jenna, a welcome distraction who’s so damn sexy and so painfully shy that she equally entertains and confuses him.When Jenna picks up a hard-bodied construction worker, jealousy ignites Pete’s true feelings, and he’s powerless to ignore the desires for Jenna he never realized he had. But Pete’s not the quiet guy he appears to be, and his life is anything but conducive to a relationship. Can Jenna handle the real Pete Lacroux—the sexiest, most passionate alpha male she’s ever seen—or will she crack under pressure? And can Pete reclaim the life he once had without tearing apart his family?

 

Review : Again and again I am trying to read books from Authors like Melissa Foster. They are so popular to the wide public – yet they do nothing to fulfill my reading needs.

They are not bad novels but they are to fluffy and to nice for my taste.

While I also crave a Happy Ending for the characters in the books I love – I want mine to suffer before reaching it and books like this simply can not satisfy that demand

But on the other hand if you love it fluffy and nice than Melissa Foster is def. your author because her writing is well developed and her plots have depths.

 

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