And Then What? (Britannia Beach, Book 3)

And Then What? (Britannia Beach, Book 3)

by D. R. Graham

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ISBN-13: 9780008145187
Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers
Publication date: 10/07/2016
Series: Britannia Beach , #3
Sold by: HarperCollins Publishers
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 196
Sales rank: 727,496
File size: 2 MB

About the Author

My name is Danielle. I write both Young Adult and New Adult novels under the author name D.R. Graham. I am a child and family therapist and prior to going into private practice I worked as a social worker with at-risk youth. The novels I write deal with issues relevant to young and new adults in love, transition, or crisis. I am also an award winning columnist for the Richmond News. I currently live in Vancouver, British Columbia with my husband.

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Rank 4.6 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 5 reviews.
Suze-Lavender More than 1 year ago
Derian and Sophie have one last summer in Britannia Beach. Deri has been accepted at two different universities, but she hasn't made up her mind yet. Sophie is very much in love, but Deri's love life has been pretty uneventful. She's always had a crush on Trevor, but he isn't available. Mason is, he's kind and generous and he's back in town after a year abroad, so Deri finally has the chance to get to know him better. Who will Deri end up with and will her summer be everything she hoped it would be? What Are the Chances? is another great Britannia Beach story. I liked Deri a lot, she's strong, resilient and incredibly smart. She also has visions that are giving her a glimpse of something that's going to happen in the future. Because of those visions she can sometimes act just a little bit sooner, which leads to plenty of gripping scenes. Deri is brave and she's always there for the people she loves. She puts herself in danger if she has to, but helping them is more important to her than her own safety. I loved this admirable character trait. Deri has to choose between two interesting guys. Mason is rich and popular, but beneath the cool exterior there's a sensitive, big-hearted and incredibly sweet guy. I liked him from the beginning. He's honest about his feelings and knows what he wants. Trevor is a bit of a hero. He's always helping people, both professionally and in his free time. He's tough, but he's careful with Deri's feelings. He's been giving her plenty of headaches over the years, but that's about to stop. I was curious to see where their relationship would lead. D.R. Graham's writing has a nice, easy flow. I loved reading about Britannia Beach, Deri's friendships and her dates. She's an interesting main character and I liked that little extra magic that's being added to the story by the visions she has. It's a fabulous angle and it perfectly suits the life changing rescue missions that are being described in this book. I really liked the second Britannia Beach story and the ending is lovely and really romantic.
trosado More than 1 year ago
4 Stars! A great addition to Derian's life at Britannia Beach. This book takes place approximately 1 year after the end of book 1. It's Derian's last summer at Britannia Beach since the family inn has sold and she'll be moving onto university. Derian still loves Trevor, but jumps at a chance to move on with the promise of a new relationship with Mason Cartwright from book 1. This book has similar elements to the first book - "will they/won't they" between Trevor and Deri, friend and family relationships/drama, and Deri's gift - with an added love triangle and mystery. Normally I don't like the idea of a love triangle and I wasn't planning on caring for Mason as much as I did, but the author made me sympathetic to his connection with Deri. Yet, I'll always root for Trevor. :) The mystery was an exciting addition to the story and had me nervous for those in and around the Inn. Although I didn't love this book as much as the first, I still enjoyed it immensely and it has me excited to read the third and final book. What Are The Chances concludes with a "happy-for-now" and I still need my Happily-Ever-After. I voluntarily reviewed a complimentary copy of What Are the Chances. This review is my honest and unbiased opinion.
KittyKat4 More than 1 year ago
*This book was received via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review* I really liked this book. It had a good plot, the characters in the book, especially Trent and Derian underwent good character development. (view spoiler) I enjoyed reading more about Derian's premonitions especially since she is learning how to understand and use them to help save people. I am glad now that she has started to come to terms with her Dad's death with the help of Mason but I feel sorry for Mason and annoyed at Derian for using him. I can't wait for the next book to see where the story goes and to read more about Trent, Derian and Kailyn. To read full review with spoiler visit: https://www.goodreads.com/review/show/1675815907?book_show_action=false
ahlewis32 More than 1 year ago
RANK is a story that has a lot going for it. There’s sexy cowboys and the strong women who love them, but the story is strengthened by family and personal issues that threaten to keep our lovers apart. Our hero in RANK, Billy, is a true cowboy, taking on the responsibilities that are forced upon him head-on. He embodies the western way better than any characters I've read in a long time. His devotion to his family is admirable and totally sexy. Supporting characters play a larger role in this tale than other romances. They are the stumbling blocks in the way of our lovers' happiness, particularly Billy’s brother Cole and their mother. The conflict they add drives the story well. There are twists to the story that I didn't expect but all loose ends are tied in the end RANK is a more complicated story than the average western romance and I thank the author for it. Its realism and sensitivity to the problems addressed makes it more than worth a reader’s time. Heat level: 3.5 Rating: 5 stars
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Love it!