Summer at Seaside Cove

Summer at Seaside Cove

by Jacquie D'Alessandro
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Summer at Seaside Cove 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 15 reviews.
JeanW More than 1 year ago
Take Summer at Seaside Cover and curl up for pure entertainment and a fun retreat. From the beach to the food, you'll laugh and feel uplifted as the characters sweep you along into their misery and fun.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I have been a huge fan of Jacquie D'Alessandro's hsitorical books for a while. It was exciting to see that her next series was going to be a contemporary, boy I was not disappointed!. This story was so good I read it one sitting. All I have to say is Jacquie keep your amazing books coming!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Love it! It was fun and easy to read.
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reader_824 More than 1 year ago
This is my first D'Alessandro book and I thoroughly enjoyed it. In fact, it annoyed me to have to put it down for such things as making dinner, answering whoever was calling, etc. I thought the characters had the normal flaws and some were annoying enough to resemble people and relatives I know!
harstan More than 1 year ago
After her half-sister Laurel steals her boyfriend, upset and humiliated Jamie Newman leaves New York to spend the summer at a nice cottage on Seaside Cove, North Carolina away from her dependent family. There she plans to renew her batteries and look at where her life is going starting with ridding herself of her drama queen mom, Laurel and her niece as well as managing the family restaurant. However, her pleasant bungalow turns out to be a dump. Worse the horde she left in New York followed her to the barrier island as the three females plead with Jamie to rectify their issues. Meanwhile Jamie is attracted to her annoying cottage landlord Nick Trent. He wants a summer fling with his renter who will return to New York so he can hide his past from the woman he desires. This is an amusing contemporary romance due to a strong cast. The lead couple is a nice pairing who brings an engaging romantic subplot with a touch of intrigue re his secret to the mix. However, her family of Three Stoogettes provides an eccentric jocularity yet also contains a serious theme that focuses on the emotional dependency of the trio on the problem fixer who is a codependent with her need to be needed. This is a wonderful family drama. Harriet Klausner