He’d give his life to meet her. He just didn’t think it would actually come to that …
Sofia Russo thinks the cute guy in the life vest is just another tourist taking one of her Central Coast kayak outings. When an accident nearly turns him into shark bait, she learns that her client—an English professor from the local university—is an admirer who only signed up to get close to her.
Sofia has had a rough time since her parents’ deaths, and her budding relationship with Patrick Connelly comes as a welcome relief. As they grow closer, she begins to think he might not be the only one in need of rescue.
Saving Sofia is the first book in Linda Seed’s Russo Sisters series.
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About the Author
Linda Seed, a former journalist, lives in Cambria, California, with her husband, art writer John Seed, and their children. Linda’s romances, including the Main Street Merchants series and the Delaneys of Cambria series, are set on California’s Central Coast. Linda began writing novels early in life, authoring her first—a Breakfast Club–style saga of teenage angst—when she was seventeen. She came to the romance genre considerably later, deciding well into her forties that the world probably already had enough angst and needed stories of love and hope. Her debut novel, Moonstone Beach, was selected as a Barnes & Noble top pick. Linda is a former journalist with more than fifteen years experience at newspapers including the San Diego Union-Tribune, the Ventura County Star, and other publications.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
I'm never disappointed with I read one of Linda Seed's books and "Saving Sofia" is one of my favorites. This book has everything I look for in a book, realistic characters, romance and humor. I'm looking forward to reading the love stories of the other Russo sisters.
Sofia and Patrick really are opposites in so many ways! They have quite a memorable first meeting which leads to another opportunity to spend time together. Each trying to please the other one but so many failed dates which are pretty funny! Once they open up to each other and realize how they are both trying to do what they think the other person wants, they are finally able to have a successful date. Over time the relationship grows, while Patrick is still socially awkward, he is so genuine in his love for Sofia and trying to help her past the grief that holds her back from truly loving and moving forward. Such a wonderful story about the power of love! I received an ARC and am voluntarily leaving my review.