Review: Sandpiper Shore by Debbie Mason
Harmony Harbor #6
June 26, 2018
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Format Read: eARC
Source: Publisher via NetGalley
As a secret service agent, Logan's already married - to his career. A wife was never in his plan, until he finds out he needs to marry the woman he's been protecting. He takes his latest assignment in stride, but when he sees Jenna again, he can't deny the attraction sparking between them. Can he really say "I do" if it means saying goodbye to the woman of his dreams?
Sometimes as much as I want to I just can't read. Either I've gotten burned out and need a break, or life interrupts and you just can't focus. Unfortunately for me lately it's been my personal life that has taken me away from reading.
A month ago my mom became ill and after a little over a month she passed. During that time I couldn't read at all. I tried to read as I sat at the hospital but couldn't. Even when it was over I just didn't want to read. I will be honest with you all I was a little worried. I've never gone over a month without reading a book.
Hell, usually in that time on a slow month I would have read at least eight books and that's a very slow month.
With reviews piling up I knew I had to get back into my blog. I just figured it I could get back to the blogging and reading I'd feel better. They've always been a comfort of mine. Happily that happened with I decided to pick a author I knew who get me into their book. This wasn't a time to try someone new. I needed a sure thing.
That sure thing turned out to be Sandpiper Shore by Debbie Mason. From the first I've read of hers I've been hooked on her. She just writes wonderful stories with incredible characters. Sometimes they are funny, others sweet and lovable. Some a combination all three. Then you have to total shits. Yep, she has a few of those too.
Right away I was sucked into the story because of how both Jenna and Logan acted towards each other. They kept telling themselves that they didn't want a relationship but you could have fooled us. In fact they acted like they've been together forever. I really enjoyed their interactions.
This whole story was fun, if a little sad. You feel for Jenna but are happy she's not stuck with a jerk. She also has to deal with her pain in the butt sisters, one who's story is next and hasn't pissed me off since Mason's character Chloe from Kiss Me in Christmas. Part of me can't wait to see how she makes up like Arianna.
I really loved Jenna's and Logan whirlwind romance. They had many ups and downs but in the end you can't beat true love. These two are meant to be and even a certain ghost knows it. I'm so glad I read Sandpiper Shore. I'm not healed yet but it helped me on my road.
Do yourself a favor and read the series in order they work much better that way. Once you finish this one pick up her Christmas, Colorado series too. Loved it also!
If you've read Sandpiper Shore or anything else by Debbie Mason I'd love to hear your thoughts. Thanks for visiting and happy reading! ♡