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    like the author's style

    The writing, plot, and characters are good. I like how nice a group of friends it is in the seaside summers books.
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    Love In Bloom - Seaside Summers

    Love this series. Just finished No. 4 and ready to start No. 5. I will definitely be checking out more by this Author.
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    Sizzling Love Story With Some Tears

    I've read several of Melissa Foster's books and tweeted to her how much I enjoyed them, fully expecting to get hit with a demand for a review. Didn't happen. Foster is a class act who puts her efforts into her books rather than harassing her readers. I was ready to roll when this book came along. I was not disappointed. What impressed me most was her character construction. Amy is someone I could easily not like at all because I'd be so jealous of how pretty and sweet she is. But Foster has so nicely drawn this character that she's irresistible, the kind of person you'd love to hate but instead end up wanting as your best friend. When her love of Tony runs into brick walls, the reader runs into them with her and hurts right along with her. I wanted to reach through the book and give her a hug. Tony is one of those gorgeous men you hope is a jerk. In Foster's hands, he's a nicely rounded character who is anything but a jerk or wish you could have him all to yourself. He belongs with Amy. It's impossible not to have your heart break a little when circumstances keep him from the tremendous love he has for her, and the world of hurt he goes through when a misunderstood past stands as a ghost between them, keeping them apart. He's accomplished, athletic, and no slouch when it comes to running his own business or riding a surfboard. Have mercy! The physical setting was also a treat to read, and the friendships amongst the characters was lots of fun--wish fulfillment friendships it's a pleasure to be part of. As a stand alone book, this was a delight to read. It's all working together in the best possible way. I'll be looking forward to other books in this series as they come up.
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    Great Read

    I really enjoy this author. She mixes humour with romance and the realism of her characters draw you into the stories.
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    Amy and Tony’s story was a bit unexpected.

    Now that Amy’s three friends have found their true love, she is the only one left unattached. It’s not that she isn’t in love, she has loved pro surfer Tony for as long as she’s known him. Growing up together, they seem to be stuck at the friend stage. When Amy is offered a job in Australia, she pushes out of her comfort zone and tries to entice Tony to show more than friendship. The problem though is the secret between them that no one else knows about. They’ll have to dredge up the past in order to make a future. Amy and Tony’s story was a bit unexpected. There really wasn’t much character from Tony in the other books, but he sure made up for it in this one. I loved them together. I just wish there had been more to read about the wedding day. It kind of felt rushed to me and I didn’t get satisfied. I was also looking forward to the recipe for Sweet Heat but alas, no recipe this time. I can’t wait to continue this series.
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