I received an ARC of this book from Tasty Book Tours in exchange for an honest review and as part of the book’s blog tour promotions.

I think Melissa Foster’s Love In Bloom series is the longest running new adult contemporary romance series of this generation. And rightly so. From the first book to the very last one, Ms. Foster has always managed to give us characters who have their own personal issues to overcome as well as external challenges that they need to battle against. We always get a hero and a heroine who are made just right for each other that, as a reader, we have no other choice but to like them and root for them.

Seaside Nights is the 25th book for the Love In Bloom series and the 5th one for Seaside Summers. It’s still amazing how, even with this book being so far down the line, reading Ms. Foster’s stories still never gets old. I always love meeting the characters and the families she has created. I like that Ms. Foster always writes about a group of people and then tackles their stories one by one in each book of the series.

One thing I loved about this book was the heroine. I mean, I just found it so cool that she owned a tattoo shop. I don’t have a tattoo, and I probably will never have one because my SO is against me getting one. However, I’ve always thought that tattoos are cool, and I’ve always envied those that had one for their freedom in expressing themselves and showing who they are through the artworks on their skin.

Seaside Night’s hero and heroine were really perfect for each other. This book, while it had enough steam on it, is still technically a clean contemporary romance novel. I am more than happoy to recommend this to anybody. Of course, you may not want to go all the way back to the first Love In Bloom book. You can start with this book right here and see for yourself just why Melissa Foster is a name that holds weight in the romance world.


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