Review

I received a copy of this book from the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.

Here are again in a small town of Seashell Bay. As a first book in the series, Meet Me At The Beach does a good job of introducing us to Seashell Bay, to its residents, and to the general vibe of the series. From third book alone, we already have a vague idea of what to expect on the next installments.

I like the easy, lazy feel of this book. Its a perfect read when your lounging by the beach or the pool side. Either way, it really is a good book for when you don’t want to exert too much effort and just get on reading a book where the story is coherent and realistic.

The hero and the heroine seemed like too ideal. Both we’re good looking, were well liked, had good hearts, and all that. There wasn’t really that much of a challenge in the story. I feel like this book is really just written to give another love story a voice, a chance for readers to meet another set of characters and stuff.

As good as this book was, I find myself wishing that something more happened. I liked. It was an okay and enjoyable read. However, I wish that more conflict was injected to the story. As a whole, though,  this book would be easy for romance fans to like, and it’s good enough to get you interested in the second book.

Reading Order [book-series]
Book 1 – Meet Me At The Beach
Book 2 – Summer At The Shore
Book 3 – See You At Sunset

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