Wednesday, December 13, 2017

Nights at Seaside by Addison Cole- A Beck Valley Tour- Review

About the book 
Sky Lacroux has finally realized her dream and opened her own tattoo shop in Provincetown, Massachusetts. She’s happy as can be, preparing the shop for its grand opening and renting a cottage in the Seaside community while renovations to her new apartment are being completed. The only thing missing is the one thing she longs for, and has no control over—love.

Sawyer Bass, a professional boxer, plays his guitar at a local bar to escape the painful reality of his father’s deteriorating health and a recent health warning of his own. But when he spots a stunning brunette across the room, escaping reality goes out the window, and the beautiful woman becomes the focus of his next song—and maybe even the rest of his life.

When Sawyer walks into Sky’s tattoo shop and sees the woman from the bar—Sky—the chemistry between them is instant. Sawyer is everything Sky could ever hope for in a man. He’s honest, loving, sensitive, and potently virile—but boxing goes against everything Sky believes in. The closer they become, the more she realizes that her alpha boxer is waging his own emotional battle—only the battle she thinks he’s waging isn’t the one that threatens to tear them apart.

Nights at Seaside is the sweet edition of the steamy romance novel Seaside Nights by New York Times bestselling author Melissa Foster.

The series 
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And I thought 
My first thought is they just keep getting better.  But actually that sounds like each installment is better than the last.  

I haven't read them all.  And, I have read them out of order but 
there isn't a real need to read in order.  

Each one I've read is just better it seems than the last.  Perhaps because we get to 'know' a different one of the characters better. 

Nights at Seaside was a great read.  The characters are real. 

Sky is sweet.  Had me wondering a little bit as I am not much into tattoo's.  I was thinking what's this character going to be about?  
Sorry for the stereo type.  

But I guess it kind of goes with how Sky felt about Sawyer at first. Finding out he is a boxer almost put the skids on any budding romance between the two.  

Nights at Seaside is the 'sweet' version of the original book 
Seaside Nights by Melissa Foster which is a little more sizzle and bedroom scenes. 

I love that the author has provided us with this sweet story with just a little sizzle.  

I look forward to reading the rest of the series.  

I received a complimentary copy from Beck Valley tours.
This review will appear on retail sites where available. 
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