Friday, April 3, 2015


By: Abbi Glines
Published By: Simon & Schuster
Released: Available Now
Details: Paperback from publisher for honest review, 268 Pages


Six years ago, Dewayne Falco's life changed. He lost someone he never expected to lose. Resigned to punish himself for something he felt he could have prevented, he goes through life without getting too close to anyone.

What he didn't expect was for the girl across the street to move back home and remind him of what they both lost: Dewayne's younger brother Dustin. However, when a miniature version of Dustin opens the door to greet him, Dewayne realizes he might not have lost everything after all.

Sienna Roy loved Dustin Falco most of her life. He was the boy next door, the high school basketball star and her best friend. But when his life was cut short, she realized he left a part of himself behind.

Now, she's back in Sea Breeze, thankful to have a home for her and Dustin's son, but not sure if she can ever forgive the people across the street who abandoned her when she needed them the most — The Falcos.

Betrayal, lies, and forbidden attraction might end Dewayne and Sienna's story before it's even begun.

BOOK REVIEW by Michelle:

I keep coming back for more when it comes to any Abbi Glines books. With this series in particular, I always pick up a book when I want a quick read with one of her many hunk-of-man.

This book's hunk-of-man is about Dewayne. We have snippets of him throughout this series, but now it is time for him to meet his magic pussy.

Enter Sienna back into his life, this time with a little something by her side.

Although the recipe for a Sea Breeze book is similar in each instalment, I simply am addicted. I can’t leave this life without picking one up and reading it.

I am a little behind on Rosemary Beach but I have them here.

Dewayne really grew on me in this book. I loved the way he was around Micah. I loved how sexy he is around Sienna, but of course being an Abbi Glines book, Dewayne had the man whoring side to him he had to shake off.

I think this was my fave quote from the book.

One day when he met the woman who would be it for him, who he couldn’t live without, I would remind him of this time and he’d know that you fought for what you wanted. You didn’t let her go. Women were fucking complicated, but the right one turned the shit in life to gold with a simple smile.

Another great installment in this series.


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