Seaside Surprises (The Hunters, #1)

Seaside Surprises (The Hunters, #1)

by Stacy Claflin

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Seaside Surprises (The Hunters, #1) by Stacy Claflin

Work hard. Play often. Love unconditionally. 

Tiffany Saunders is on the run. When she winds up stranded in a seaside town, she wants nothing more than to forget her horrific past and kept moving. But a chance meeting with a handsome local changes everything. 

Jake Hunter has some deep emotional scars and is trying to cope with running the family business. The last thing he wants is a relationship—until a mysterious brunette walks into his store and complicates it all. 

Tiffany prefers to keep the painful memories of the past where they belong—in her rear view mirror. But dark secrets cannot stay hidden forever. Just as the walls around Tiffany’s heart start to come down, the past catches up with her. Will true love be able to conquer all? 

Seaside Surprises is the first book in the Seaside Hunters collection, a series of sweet contemporary romances featuring the Hunter brothers set in the beach town of Kittle Falls. If you like entertaining and heartwarming romances, then you'll love this entry in a light, romantic series. Budding romance and great chemistry abound with fully-developed characters that you'll fall for over and over again. 

Read Seaside Surprises today to satisfy your craving for clean, sweet contemporary romance! 

Product Details

BN ID: 2940153388007
Publisher: Stacy Claflin
Publication date: 06/14/2015
Series: Hunters , #1
Sold by: Draft2Digital
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 3,817
File size: 2 MB

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Seaside Surprises 2.6 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 10 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This is not a cliffhanger. One reviewer was angry because their version had lost the last chapters. If they had the complete version, they would know all of the answers to their question. Stacy Claflin wrote a storyline about spousal abuse, family dysfunction, and hope. Tiffany (aka Elena) was a lucky wife. Although she married a terrifying abuser, she was lucky to have a grandfather who had the skill set to help her escape. He also had the connections to purchase her a car, a new identity, and the funding for her to get away. Jake was the youngest sibling of six. Despite his spot on the family tree, Jake was the son who took care of the family. He dropped his life and went home immediately to care for his dying sister. Sofia was older and, in his youth, she took care of him. When Sofia nneeded someone to care for her, Jake took over. His parents ran the family store while Jake cared for Sopfia, but their grief crushed them upon her death, and Jake ran the store by himself, from opening to closing. He was exhausted from his constant caring for Sofia duting the last months of her life. He could not think of a solutiion that would find him rest, and still have the atore open when his parents wouldn't hire him help. Two people taking different paths. To deal with her life, Tiffany ran away. Jake stayed where he was because he felt forced to. Their storyline was interesting. It is a good start to this series of books about the five brothers.... if you get the whole book, you may find it an easy way to spend an afternoon.
rhonda1111RL More than 1 year ago
4 STARS This is the first book of the Seaside Hunters and it was good to introduce the family. It had drama, family and clean romance. I liked the characters and would like to read the rest of the series. Tiffany Saunders is running from abusive husband. I was surprised how trusting she was after going on. Tiffany was kind and was willing to help where she saw a need. She left her only family her grandfather behind. Jake Hunter is the only child beside his deceased sister to not leave home. He has been running the family store with no help since his sister died. Now his father was rushed to the hospital. Jake is the responsible son. He hardly gets paid anything and lives at home. He is worn out and tired. He does notice Tiffany when she comes into the store that she is alone. Most people come in as a group in this tourist town. Jake and Tiffany hit it off. Tiffany steps in and is willing to work in the store while Jake gets the sleep he needs after being up for over 24 hrs. Which was pretty trusting of him. Tiffany's car has broken down in Seaside and the mechanic is not in a hurry to fix it after he sees Tiffany and Jake together. This is a sweet book and is easy to escape into it. I would be willing to read more by Stacy Claflin in the future. I was given this ebook to read in a exchange for a honest review.
Cynthia181 3 months ago
Renewal Tiffany is running from an abusive husband and ends up in Kettle Falls. Jake is running the family store after his sisters death and his parents grieving is keeping them home. Tiffany goods into the store and something about peak's Jake. He can tell she is sad. She tries to leave but her car broke down. They start as friends but will be there when she needs him.
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I really enjoyed this book. I will definitly look for the other books in the series. Great job. Please keep writting.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This is your typical tourist local love story with a lot of drama thrown in. This was a wholesome G rated book. It, however, does deal with domestic violence. I would stay away from this book if you suffer from PTSD due to domestic violence.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
The last chapters of my book were not there. What happened to Tiffany and Grandpa. What happened to Jake and his family. I am so dissapointed. I was enjoying the book till this happened.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Story line could have developed more to make it more intersting. Good thing it was free.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Could only read a few chapters. Very disjointed, does not flow well or make sense for a small town, does not even sound like thewest coast.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Writing is poor. Storyline unrealistic. Young people struggling with separate issues, find each other, peopleget injured and sick, police show up. HEA. Sorry.