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    contemporary romance

    One Summer Night by Caridad Pineiro At the Shore #1 This book begins and ends with a wedding. It has ups and downs. It is a bit like a modern day Romeo and Juliet story without the death of both the main characters and the families in discord is all due to their fathers having a falling out over 30 years before the story begins. Rachel is dealing with a family company on the brink of disaster with a father unwilling to move in a direction that might save the business. She has friends that will star in the future books of the series but are also there to support her during the telling of her story. Owen also has a huge company that he runs with his father but where his father’s goal is to break Maggie’s father Owen’s is quite different. In fact, he wants to HELP Maggie an in doing so will also help her father. Owen and Rachel do have a chance at a happily ever after IF they can get all their ducks in a row…well…get them BACK in a row and if both are willing to listen to their hearts. This is a book I believe will appeal to New Adult readers and those that like a fairly predictable plot without any major dramas to contend with. Thank you to NetGalley and Barclay Publicity for the ARC – This is my honest review. 3-4 Stars
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    Good Beach Read

    The book is a very nice summer read. The romance gives a warm fuzzy feeling. It was nice that Maggie and Owen started out as friends. This usually provides a good basis for a lasting relationship, which was shown. The characters were well developed and the writing had great descriptions, allowing me to visualize everything. I would recommend this book to someone who likes contemporary romance books. I very much enjoyed it. I received this book as an ARC.

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