I received this book for free from Author in exchange for an honest review.
This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.
by Cecy Robson
Released: August 15, 2018
Series: Carolina Beach #3
Published by LLC
“This story is full of hope and second chances that will warm your heart.”
~ Under the Covers
This third book of the Carolina Beach series is the best one yet. Ms Robson wrote a book about two people who had a difficult past, yet they did not allow it to define them. This story is full of hope and second chances that will warm your heart.
Hale and Becca are at the peak of their successful careers with Hale a Wall Street tycoon, and Becca in public relations. Though it’s been years since Hale and Becca had ended their relationship, when things go south, one would help the other. In this case, Hale is in trouble and Becca will come to his aid. They have a rough start but the reconnection was sweet
I will be honest, though I have loved Ms Robson’s work, this series has not been my favorite from her work. However, Robson has won my heart in this installment. I love that despite Hale and Becca’s past, they’ve made something of themselves. It was satisfying to see them get exactly what they have earned and deserved. That includes friends that care, and a second chance at love. The best part of the story is the delivery. Robson did a good job building up the characters, their feelings, and timing of their reconnection. It made me believe that the second chance Hale and Becca are getting is genuinely real. It’s sounds cliche, but I connected with them and their story.
What did you think of our review?
Let us know your thoughts in the comment box below!
I shut the TV off when she turns to answer the next question. Not because I don’t want to keep watching, but because I do. Jesus Christ in heaven. When the hell am I going to get over this woman?
“Did you turn it off?” Sean asks.
There’s enough sound coming from his end of the line that I can still hear Becca’s voice. Unlike me, Sean is still watching. He and Becca remain close, but then again, they never got as close as Becca and me got on that beach.
“I have work to do, Sean,” I say, trying to keep my voice casual. “Anything else you want to tell me?”
“Yeah.” He takes a sip of his drink. “I think Becca broke off her engagement.”
I straighten, every muscle along my spine turning to stone. For once, I’m glad Sean’s not around. I don’t want him to see me like this.
“To the owner’s son, Paris,” Sean adds. “Hmm. Or is it Lynda? Could be Brooklyn or maybe something fancy like Minnesota. Whatever his name is, he’s out of the picture. Did you see? She’s not wearing a ring no more.”
I didn’t bother looking, but if Sean’s telling me, it’s because he did look. Ever since learning she accepted that jackass’s proposal, I’ve forced myself to stop wondering what could’ve been between us. Who the hell am I kidding? I’ve never stopped wondering about us. How her hair fanned over my shoulder and the feel of her when I climbed on top of her.
♡ Don’t want to miss any of our posts? ♡