Connie Keenan, an indie author who has also been published by traditional publishers, has written over one hundred short stories and nearly twenty novels, with much more on the way. Her most recent works include the three books which comprise THE LARKSPUR VALLEY SERIES. Though most of her books are romance novels, she has also penned two YA books. A mother and grandmother, she resides in North Carolina with her husband, Bill and two spoiled dogs. When she's not writing or reading, Connie loves to walk, hike, whip up new recipes for her family, and sing with the choir at her church. She is currently working on her next novel.
Greetings From My Sandy Dreamsby Connie Keenan
Cherry Martinez has one last dream left to chase: to live at the beach. Her other cherished dreams haven't come true, since one heartbreaking night ended her wedding plans and the career she initially believed she wanted only burdens her with stress and leaves her feeling unfulfilled. So, much to her family's alarm, she does the unthinkable-she cashes in her savings, quits her job, and moves to a tropical seaside town on the Florida coast.
Realistically, living the life of a beach gypsy can't last forever. Who cares? She'll enjoy it as long as it lasts. Living in her bikini, shorts and flip-flops, she's already become acclimated to a breezy bungalow home and the scent of the ocean in her hair. Crashing into her life like a wave on the shore is good-looking, blue-collar Gray Kelly, a guy with even bigger dreams than her own. Cherry might have run away from her old life, but apparently, love still knows where to find her in this lighthearted and romantic summer tale.
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Nice story but a real mess. Not sure if English is a second language for the author. So many wrong words and missing words was just too distracting. You don't get a CHECK from a doctor, you get a BILL. With some proofing and editing this could have been very good.
Would have liked book 2 about how sister got with Dallas but the epiloge waped this up for me