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  • The sea is not a bed of roses

    As much as I enjoyed this book, it paled slightly in comparison with the rest that I have read in this series. Sea of Love talks about 2 persons who have been totally attracted to each other for 15 months and hovering towards being in a committed relationship. However, I find Lacy coming off as a little too exaggerating and undecided despite all that she felt towards Dane. There's nothing in life that isn't a gamble and you just have to take that leap of faith. Instead she was just so scared about everything and attributed these feelings to her fear of sharks and her panic attack. I find that irritating. Dane, on the other hand, has done everything in his capacity to show her how much she means to him, being understanding and even trying to help her overcome her fear of sharks despite all of Lacy's hesitation. This book, as the same as all her other books, gets you thinking, gives you a deeper insight on relationship and makes you feel real. I love that each hero has a distinct uniqueness about them and Dane is no different, being a shark tagger and helping with the conservation of sharks. He is just impossible not to fall in love with. The support & words of wisdok from the Braden & Snow families, regardless of where they may be, makes this story and series much more meaningful. I'm definitely looking forward to reading the rest of this series.

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  • Love in bloom

    Love the whole Braden series makes u laugh cry and ache

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  • Awesome books. Really enjoying this series! Glad I downloaded the first book. Only downside is I can't stop reading!! :)

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  • Repetitive!

    It was so repetitive! I have read many of Melissa Foster's books and loved them but this one was awful. Such a surprise and disappointment!

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  • As good as the others

    Great continuation of the series. I enjoy following in the lives of the characters. Starts to feel like I actually know the Braden family. Looking forward to reading the next one

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