I just could not get into this one and didn’t care about any of the characters or what was going on. Even 10% in it was clear how this book was going to progress. A lot of romance is predictable, but I guess this time I just couldn’t sit through it. I also didn’t get any sparks off Maggie and Owen, though their chemistry may have grown if I’d stuck with it longer. As a side note, Maggie’s father sounds like he’s a terrible businessman and she should be fighting harder if she wants to save her mother’s stores.
I voluntarily read and reviewed an advanced copy of this book provided by Netgalley. All thoughts expressed in this review are my honest opinion.
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At the Shore #1 • Romance, Contemporary • Sourcebooks • October 3, 2017
Maggie Sinclair has tried everything to save her family’s business. Her options are dwindling, and she needs someone who can turn things around–fast. Problem is, the only person who can help her is trouble with a capital T. The Sinclair and Pierce families have been feuding for nearly 30 years, but that hasn’t stopped Owen Pierce from noticing Maggie. And he likes what he sees–a lot. But getting involved would mean risking his family, his inheritance, and above all, his heart. Can Maggie and Owen keep their simmering attraction at bay–or will mixing business and pleasure bring nothing but heartache?