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SUMMER AT SEASIDE COVE
by Jacquie D'Alessandro

Genre: Contemporary Romance, General Contemporary Romance
Sensuality: MILD

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Here’s a funny, sweet and pleasantly entertaining read. It’s easy to spend time with the crazy yet endearing Newman family. All their foibles and charms will embrace and delight readers. It’s enough to make any single woman want to head to the seaside to escape and find romance.

Jamie Newman’s boyfriend left her … for her sister! It’s a crime against women everywhere. Since she doesn’t want to work side by side with her traitorous sister, Jamie rents a seaside cottage for the summer. Her intention is to regroup and “find herself.” Unfortunately, the condition of the cottage is downright unsafe and the man who rented it to her is even riskier. Nick Trent is gorgeous and not afraid to tell it like it is. Despite his irritating personality, Jamie is undeniably attracted to him. As her drama-prone family descends upon her, Jamie turns to Nick for salvation from the chaos. Under his rough exterior and the saucy rumors about his past, Nick may be a man Jamie can finally trust her heart with. (BERKLEY, May, 368 pp., $7.99)

Reviewed By: Annette Elton

Publisher: BERKLEY

Published: May 2011

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