Today we have a review from book review team member Sterna, she blogs at http://sternakruger.wordpress.com/
Sterna chose to read and review Seaside Secrets by Melissa Foster in conjunction with Brook Cottage Books
Back in Seaside for the summer … home sweet home!
Jessica Ayers has decided to take a hiatus from her successful, though lonely career as a cellist for the Boston Symphony Orchestra this summer, renting a holiday apartment in Seaside. She’s determined to find out if this was all her life was supposed to be about, or if maybe there was something else out there for her.
Innocent and technologically-clueless Jessica had never thought that the one thing she could crave more than music, could be super-hot, tech wiz Jamie Reed.
Jamie has focused all of his attentions over the last few years solely on building his business up from the ground, and caring for his grandmother, who had raised him after his parents passed away.
Now successful beyond believe, Jamie decides to take a much deserved break this summer to spend with his grandmother and friends in Seaside, but finding love-or rather being thrown with love in the form a cell phone-was the last thing Jamie expected.
I love that Ms Foster always gives fate a sense of humor! And once again, the meeting between Jessica and Jamie had me laughing out loud!
Between the Seaside regulars and their hilarious antics-Thong Thursday and Tequila shots, are you kidding me, I LOVE IT-and the sizzling passing between Jessica and Jamie, the story keeps you glued to the pages until the end.
If sexy and hard-bodied Jamie, who definitely makes geekiness cool, offered to help me with … um …anything … I’d also be thinking naughty thoughts about … you know what!
I have officially dubbed myself a Seaside Sister for life as well! Along with chunky dunking and cookie dough pool nights!
These warm and amazing people let you into their lives and into their hearts from the very first book and page. They’re real, and crazy and loyal, and their love for each other is beautiful and heartfelt.
“Sometimes the heart tells us things in whispers, and we miss them.” – Vera