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    Barefoot at Moonrise

    In Barefoot at Moon rise by Roxanne St. Claire, teenage loves Ken and Beth reunite years later at a high school reunion. Ken has the chance to finally apologize to Beth for how things ended between them, something he's regretted for a long time. Finding themselves alone in a beach cabana, they also find the desire they felt for each other as teenagers has not faded with time. With so much history between them, even after night of sizzling passion together, Beth is convinced that they can have no type of future together even now, no matter how much Ken might want to try. They go their separate ways again, but an unexpected event brings them together again...can they have a future after all or is there way too much in the way? I really enjoyed the multi-focal plot of Barefoot at Moonrise. The story starts off in an expected way as two people who have an unresolved past meet again, but it quickly builds into so much more as a dynamic plot unfolds. I liked Ken and Beth's story. I liked that they are mature characters whose life experiences have shaped them into who they are today and how they react to and deal with situations. There are so many parts to them and so much is driving them, they are both strong characters. I liked seeing them come together again, feeling their struggles, and watching them work for and against what they are feeling. Beth is very independent, almost frustratingly so, she keeps her walls up and at times tries hard to push Ken away. As I got to know Beth's character better I could understand her and why she might be like this. As circumstances unfold though, at times I felt like she was being more selfish than independent, and at times it was a little annoying! This made Beth who she was though, and made her real, because neither her nor Ken are perfect. I liked Ken, and I could feel his struggles. I liked how he was with Beth, that he wasn't going to let her push him away easily. Roxanne really brings Ken and Beth to life and really made me care for them and about what happened to them - because if they are going to have a future they are going to have to work for it. Family dynamics, trust, secrets, misunderstandings and assumptions play a big part in the plot of Barefoot at Moonrise, and I liked how Roxanne wrote these all in and how they related to the main plot. They made the plot exciting and unsettled enough to keep me guessing how things would turn out. Barefoot at Moonrise is about second chances in more ways than one, that it's never too late! With a great pace and flow, I was immersed in the story and almost sad to see it end! I'd recommend Barefoot at Moonrise to any romance reader. I received a free copy for an honest review.
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    LOVED!

    LOVED! The stories in this series seem to be getting better and better. These characters had my emotions all over the place. I laughed, I cried, I sighed....just wonderful! The last place firefighter Captain Ken Cavanaugh wants to be is at a committee meeting for his 25 year high school reunion. He's doing it though because he is determined to see Beth Endicott again and apologize for being such a jerk all those years ago. Beth is doing everything she can to avoid Ken. The last thing she wants is to revisit the painful past. She knows he still blames her father for the death of his own father. Nothing has changed so why go through it again. When she sees him headed her way she makes a quick escape down the beach but he's not giving up and follows her. Coming face to face one thing is clear. The fire and passion between them has never died. After one passionate night, Ken knows he needs to try and leave the past in the past but it's not that easy. He quickly learns that some things are worth fighting for! I highly recommend this one!
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    Book 2

    I really enjoyed this book. The characters are amazing, the plot line, and flow superb, and the romance steamy.
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    Barefoot at Moonrise by Roxanne St Claire

    Barefoot at Moonrise by Roxanne St Claire Beth Endicott and Ken Cavanaugh were once sweethearts back in school. The sparks at the reunion made for a hot one-night stand. Unexpected consequences have them back together now and working on her renovation. Ken wants to make this long-term and maybe even permanent. Unfortunately there is still her father to deal with and the past keeps interfering. A contemporary romance that deals with many different life issues. Exactly what you'd expect from a couple older than 20-something. I loved the established career and life feel. This is a couple that knows themselves pretty well and they learn more about each other as their lives become entangled. Emotional bumps that are so rewarding in the end. Excerpt: “I’m…scared, Ken.” The admission popped out without her thinking, because who could possibly think when faced with a semihard, naked god whose sizable chest rose and fell with his own strangled breaths? But there it was—the truth. She was terrified.” Excerpt From: Roxanne St. Claire. “Barefoot at Moonrise.”
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    Adored this story!!!

    I fell in love with the idea of the Barefoot Bay Timeless series when I first heard Roxanne St. Claire was writing about more mature heroes. I loved Barefoot at Sunset, the first book in the series and was so happy to see Ken and Bethany would be the couple in Barefoot at Moonrise. Ken and Bethany have a history, as in they dated in high school and broke up after Ken’s dad died on one of Bethany’s dad’s jobsites. After trying to avoid Ken during the entire time at their class reunion, they hooked up on the last night and changed both their lives forever. I absolutely loved the chemistry between Ken and Beth was every bit as strong 25 years after they dated as it was when they were in high school. Yes there were some issues from their past that made a future a challenge, but I loved that Ken and Beth both seemed to be ready to work to move forward. I loved that Beth was such an independent woman and had started her own business of renovating homes. Seriously loved how strong she was and honestly believe she could do anything she set her mind to doing. I also loved that when push came to shove, and she knew she needed help, she didn’t hesitate to call Ken. I had mad love for Ken and loved that he has known he wanted to be a firefighter since he was there when his dad died. I loved he has a natural instinct to take care of others, and loved how hard he was willing to work to have a relationship with Beth. I did dislike Beth keeping a pretty big secret from Ken about something from the past. I felt like it really was important she share the information as soon as she saw it. I also didn’t love that Ken still let his anger at Beth’s dad pretty much rule his world. I did see major growth with both characters as their story progressed, but worried these issues could be deal breakers in the end. I honestly loved Barefoot at Moonrise pretty much from start to finish. I felt like the growth of Beth and Ken as both individuals and as a couple made this story so very strong. I’m absolutely in love with the entire Barefoot Bay Timeless series and can’t wait to read Law’s story in Barefoot at Midnight when it is released later this year. Review copy provided by publisher
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