Eternal (Carolina Beach Novels)

Eternal (Carolina Beach Novels)

by Cecy Robson


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After months of bad luck and even worse men, Luciana Diaz just wants to crawl under the covers and forget the year ever happened. Her friend has other plans, convincing Luci to attend a New Year’s Eve party on the affluent shores of Kiawah Island.

Luci never expected to have fun. She also never expected to wake up next to a man she just met, or for this man to be the new attorney at her firm.

Landon Summers is done with drama. After an ugly separation and even worse divorce, he has no desire to jump into another relationship.

When his sister Trinity drags him to a New Year’s Eve party, he doesn’t plan to stay long. One drink, a few hellos, and he’s out. Until he meets Luci, the first person in months to draw his smile and incite his passion.

Neither Luci nor Landon planned on each other, and they definitely didn’t plan on love. But the New Year means a fresh start, and eternal possibilities neither could deny . . .

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781947330030
Publisher: Cecy Robson,LLC
Publication date: 10/17/2017
Series: Carolina Beach Series , #2
Pages: 302
Sales rank: 1,086,152
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 1.25(h) x 9.00(d)

About the Author

Cecy (pronounced Sessy) Robson is an author of contemporary romance, young adult adventure, and award-winning urban fantasy. A double RITA® 2016 finalist for Once Pure and Once Kissed, and a published author of more than seventeen titles, you can typically find her on her laptop writing her stories or stumbling blindly in search of caffeine.

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Eternal (Carolina Beach Novels) 4.4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 5 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Beautifully formed characters that you really care about, sexy and laced with humor. Read the 1st book about Trinity and Callahan then this one. You'll laugh and cry. So, so good!
FromTheSouth More than 1 year ago
Well, this was a “hardly knew each other but felt like they could easily fall in love after all the touching, feeling, and loving that took place during their two night stand” kind of read, folks. Yeah, so much so it took up the first 40% of the storyline. They both felt an instant connection but emotional baggage kept each of them resigned to walking away after their twist. Of course, fate had other plans, and they not surprisingly meet again. It continues playing out with tender hearted Luci looking at Landon like the sun and moon revolves around him. He’s equally still enamored of her, especially in regards to what he frequently refers to as her adorable blushing. For me, that constant reference/observation and comments why Landon was so perfect started to lose some of its charm. Likely around 75% when he still can’t say those three little words back to her, yet Luci responds he doesn’t have to. She just wants to make him feel good. Oh, I so wanted her to have enough self-respect to instead reply maybe they need to put the brakes on the sexcapades until his heart catches up with the rest of his body parts. This ultimately was a sweet, very graphically smexy read, with a touch of sappy, somewhat frustrating at times characters who want to love but are slow to do so. Landon takes an eternity to realize he should stop judging all of womankind based on the self-centered actions of his manipulative ex-wife and allow himself to admit his love for Luci. She, in turn, has a loose, lost to her family member issue she’s been dealing with that gets in the way of totally committing herself, as well. Overall, it was not nearly as engaging and riveting as the two O’Brien Family series books I have read, Once Kissed and Let Me. However, if you like lots of steam and mild relationship angst between a been hurt before, good guy hero and a sweet, everyone loves her leading lady, Eternal might be a good source for you to turn to as your next romantic read. Title: Eternal, Series: Carolina Beach (Book 2), Author: Cecy Robson, Pages: 367, stand-alone but part of a series, very steamy scenes, some violence, likable main couple, divorced hero, non-virgin main couple, no cheating, no love triangle, no OW/OM drama, both been celibate awhile, including during separation. Rating: 2.5 stars Book 1 - Inseverable (Callahan & Trinity), 6/28/16, Pages: 238 Book 2 - Eternal (Luci & Landon), 10/24/17, Pages: 367 (I received a free advanced reader copy provided via NetGalley in exchange for a fair review. No type of compensation was given to this reviewer. There is no relationship/affiliation between the reviewer and the author/publisher/NetGalley.)
Bette313 More than 1 year ago
An exceptional story of new beginnings. It touched all the emotions. I laughed, I cried, I swooned, I cheered. Landon and Luci were such wonderful characters and both deserved a little happy in their lives. Both have fought through rough times and the only ones holding them back from that happy are themselves. They come from different worlds but in the end how much does that really matter? When they both attend a New Year's Eve party, neither expecting to meet someone special, they end the night wrapped up in each other and the passion they both desire. They never expect to see each other again and Landon shows up at the law firm Luci works at as the newest associate. That's when things really heat up! An amazing book that I think everyone will enjoy. I definitely recommend it.
MusicInPrint More than 1 year ago
Running down a dark alley after the one she loves; Luci Diaz puts everything at risk. Landon Summers hiding under a scruffy beard and shaggy hair has success, wonderful family but carries a heart that is shadowed with betrayal. A New Year's Party introduces this couple to strive for a resolution that could bring healing to them both. Quick read that even with it being the 2nd in the Carolina Beach series it stands alone nicely. "An ARC copy was gifted by the author with no requirement for a review. Comments here are my honest opinion."
Lashea677 More than 1 year ago
Romance resonates with people, because the key element is love. Love is a universal language, we all speak but sometimes forget to feel. Eternal is a conversation of the soul. The feelings are deep. Emotions are clear and the characters are as identifiable to you and me as the soothing sound of the breeze through the trees. There is no need for more than the beauty of the words, the bountiful feelings and the irresistible characters to make for an unforgettably timeless work of heart. Ms. Robson raises the bar and the sets the standard with Eternal.