Sherryl Woods, once again, plunges her reader into a love story, on the first page, with a sexy kiss shared by strangers on a beach. The story keeps us interested with love fraught with complications, small town politics, and charming and funny characters.
I am a reviewer who does not give the reader the entire story in my review. I hate when that happens, don't you?! But I will promise you that you will be rooting for Abby and Seth by Chapter two. They both deserve 'forever' love, but with the baggage that they both carry (and I'm not talking trains here) will they be able to find a common ground?
And the little town of Seaview Key....every one of us wishes we could live there. Surrounded by ocean, salty breezes, ice tea on the wrap-around porch and populated by folks that care about their community and each other.
'Falling for a handsome stranger on the very morning they meet is hardly what recently divorced Abby Miller planned for her return to Seaview Key. Hoping to mend an old friendship and to give back to the community she loves, Abby's definitely not looking for love.' (excerpt from amazon.com)
I have been reading Sherryl Woods for decades. Her quality of writing never waivers. You can always count on a good story filled with interesting people. Highly recommended.
Don't miss my interview with Ms. Woods coming this April!
DON'T MISS UPCOMING BLOGS featuring INTERVIEWS with best-selling AUTHORS! "The Writer's Corner"
In addition to my twice weekly blog I will also feature an interview with another author once a month. These authors have already responded and you can read their interviews by clicking on their name: Janet Evanovich, Ann Purser, Susan Elia MacNeal, Karen Robards, Mark Childress, Rhys Bowen, Dean Koontz, Tasha Alexander, Patrick Taylor, Sheryl Woods, Jo-Ann Mapson, Jeffrey Deaver, Cathy Lamb, Elizabeth Gilbert, Amber Winckler, Raymond Benson, Andrew Grant, Heidi Jon Schmidt, Robert McCammon, Sue Grafton, Janet Evanovich, Walter Mosley, and many others.
So come along with me; we shall sneak into these writers' special places, be a fly on the wall and watch them create! Raymond Benson was my January author. In the coming months, Andrew Grant, Janet Evanovich, Barbara Delinski, Loretta Chase and Sherryl Woods will join us. Dean Koontz just granted me an interview and will be featured here this spring!