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  • Very nice read!

    This was such a cosy, heartwarming, beautiful story! I loved the setting, description of village life and close knit community. The characters are so well depicted and real life ones. It's one of those books that makes you feel like you want to go and live inside it. Very happy to know this is the first one of a series, I can't wait to go back to Mermaids point. Highly recommended!! Thank you to NetGalley and Boldwood Books for providing me with an ARC in exchange for an honest review.

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  • Sweet Romance

    Thank you NetGalley, Sarah Bennett and Boldwood Books for the ARC of Summer Kisses at Mermaids Point. This is my personal review. Mermaids Point is a wonderful name of a community. The location is perfect for this story. The romance is written beautifully. Laurie and Jake are perfect together. Laurie has had her heart broken several times and she focuses on running the café and the excitement the idea of tourists coming to catch a glimpse of mermaids is her life. Jake is a writer and her comes to Mermaid Point to write a book, but he is very set on learning more about the mermaid sightings. This is a book that is a great escape for a few hours. Pick this one up and escape to Mermaid Point. You will be glad you did.

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  • Fun at the beach

    This was a fun, light, read! I really enjoyed meeting Laurie and her family. After finishing this book I felt like I'd had a nice relaxing weekend at the beach! Thank you to Boldwood Books and NetGalley for the opportunity to read and review this book.

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  • Hoped for more

    The premise of "Summer Kisses at Mermaids Point" by Sarah Bennett drew me in right from the start- who doesn't love a cozy beach read about a mysterious mermaid sighting in a quaint beach town? Laurie Morgan, our smart, spunky main character, lives a quiet, simple life running her cafe adjacent to her parents' gift shop. When Jake, the handsome reporter rolls into town to try to get the scoop on the mermaid story, the sparks start to fly between the two. Soon, they are enveloped in a sweet, enjoyable romance. The only thing that didn't quite work for me was the conflict. Throughout the story Jake lies about why he is town and worries that telling the truth will ruin everything. Then, when Laurie's brother, Nick, ends up being part of Jake's story, it somehow has the potential to ruin the entire family, though I'm not sure why or how. But don't worry, all is forgiven within a few pages without any real conversations being had or apologies being offered. The conflict of the story seemed to be there for the sake of having a conflict. Thanks to #NetGalley and #BoldwoodBooks for an e-ARC in exchange for an honest review.

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  • It made me smile a lot

    Laurie runs a café in Mermaids Point and all the business owners there are feeling the pinch. The community needs tourists, and they get their wish when hazy photos of a mermaid start appearing on social media. Jake has just resurfaced after exposing a horrific case of human trafficking, and his editor encourages him to take a much-needed break. And while he is on this break, he might as well find out what's going on with the mermaid-sightings. Jake sets himself up in a cottage at Mermaids Point and tell everybody he is there to write a book. That was some meet-cute between Jake and Laurie. I couldn't help but smile throughout the encounter. Jake fell in the trap of feeling guilty about not telling Laurie and her family the truth about himself and trying to find the right time to tell them. And then, of course, he manages to make a huge mess of everything. It didn't help that Laurie had some experience with flaky boyfriends. Laurie's father and his big personality was my favorite by far. Jake and Laurie and the rest of her family weren't too far behind. I liked the two of them together. It's a very sweet story of the power of having a supportive family behind you and of finding love when you least expect it.

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