Sunday, March 20, 2011


Review For:
Seaside Letters, by Denise Hunter
ISBN: 9781595542601
Publisher: Thomas Nelson Inc.

Denise Hunter is the award-winning and best-selling author of several books including: Surrender Bay, The Convenient Groom, and Sweetwater Gap. She resides with her husband and three sons in Indiana.

Sabrina Kincaid never meant to fall in love with Tucker McCabe. Every morning she had been serving coffee to him at a Nantucket cafĂ©, trying to ignore his smile and the way it made her heart flop. When Tucker wants to hire her to find an elusive woman he’s fallen in love with online through emails over the past year, Sabrina has no choice but to help him, because if Tucker hires someone else, then he’ll know it was her he was trying to find. Sabrina must keep her secret from Tucker since he’s unwittingly tied to a past that Sabrina deeply regrets, and if he knew the truth, he couldn’t possibly love her at all.

It has been a long time since I enjoyed a book this much, and that’s saying a lot. This was one ginormous tease of a story that will have you pulling your hair out in frustration… and enjoying every second of it. Told from both the viewpoints of Tucker and Sabrina, this was romantic in that old-fashioned way that you just don’t see anymore. Romantic letters, seaside setting, heart-breaking pasts, mind-blowing kisses in the moonlight, intermingled with faith…sigh. And I must give a lot of credit to an author who knows her conflict. Bravo! Well-written and enchanting. Highly recommended.

Kelly Moran,
Author and Reviewer

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