by Lorelie Brown
Released: January 5 2015
Series: Pacific Blue #2
Published by Signet
“Along with the romance, Brown also creates ample depth of character and fun banter.”
~ Under the Covers
I’ve been really enjoying surfing books lately and this is one that has a lot of references to the real sport. I love Sport Romances that actually features details of the sport. Although Sean was injured quite severely, there’s still plenty of details there for the fanatics to enjoy.
Once again in this series, I felt like the romance between Sean and Annie was a bit strained. It does take a while for things to progress but I actually enjoyed this one a little bit better. I think that mainly had to do with the heroine, Annie. She was a lot of fun and I liked that she didn’t let Sean push her around. I respected her more and in turn, could relate better to her.
The overall plot and conflict of this book is much stronger than the first one I think. I felt like it was much more believable and easier to get along with. Along with the romance, Brown also creates ample depth of character and fun banter. I don’t know if more books are planned in this series, but if there is, I will probably read it.
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