Sunday, April 7, 2013

Buck's Landing Book Review

Sofia Buck escaped Hampton Beach, New Hampshire, ten years ago with no intentions of returning, but her father's death forces her to come back for the summer to deal with Buck's Landing, the family business he left behind. Sofia has one goal, to keep the business running until it's sold. What she doesn't count on is falling in love. 

Silas Wilde walked away from an unsatisfying legal career in Manhattan. Relying on instinct and serendipity, he finds himself running a seaside market and gift shop on Hampton Beach's Ocean Boulevard. He's content in his new life and livelihood, until a chance encounter with his new next-door neighbor awakens him to the one thing he's missing. Her. 

Threatened by Sofia and Silas's very different dreams, can their love survive the summer's end? 

Buck's Landing is +Cameron Garriepy  debut romance, and the first in the New England Seacoast Romance series. 

Title: Buck's Landing
Series: New England Seacoast Romance
Author: Cameron D. Garriepy
Publisher: Bannerwing Books (October 21, 2012)
Format: eBook (94 pages); paperback (204 pages)
Genre: Romance

Buck's Landing was short summer romance where two individuals cross paths and begin a scorching love affair. 

Sofia is a very strong willed and independent woman. She left her only home behind and created a new life away from her hurtful past. She was forced to return and face the ghosts of her past. In dealing with those, she found love where she never thought she would, the one place where love left her a long time ago. She is definitely one feisty character. Silas is the perfect match for her as he is her cooling water, just like the ocean. 

Silas was the perfect man. He definitely was created to be the man in every woman's dream. He's had a great yet exhausting career. He makes a risky move that pays off for him in the end. Silas knows exactly what he wants and he goes after it. 

I enjoyed the story though by the end of it, I was wishing it was longer. I wanted to know more about the budding romance between Sofia and Silas. I wanted to know more about her parents. This is a story that you can read in one sitting and enjoy the love that endured between two individuals who were seeking different things in life. All in all, it was a good story. I could certainly see Cameron writing beautiful love stories about the coastal life. 

Do I recommend this book? I do, if you are looking for something quick to read that will leave you smiling in end and in love. 


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