Summer Beach Bride: Seaside Duet (Summer Beach Vets, #6)

Summer Beach Bride: Seaside Duet (Summer Beach Vets, #6)

by H.Y. Hanna

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BN ID: 2940152297638
Publisher: Wisheart Press
Publication date: 07/22/2015
Series: Summer Beach Vets , #6
Sold by: Draft2Digital
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 654,706
File size: 494 KB

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Summer Beach Bride: Seaside Duet (Summer Beach Vets) 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
CathyGeha More than 1 year ago
Another sweet love story set in Summer Beach! This time Natalie and Ben meet and fall in love. Natalie is an event planner working at the resort and also in charge of planning the wedding of Sara and Craig from “Playing for Love”. Ben is there to sing for the wedding. Both Natalie and Sara have to deal with issues from their past in order to get their happily ever after. Milo and Coco, two canines in the book, are show stoppers in more ways than one. As always, Ms Hanna manages to share information that is worth knowing from how to treat jellyfish stings to migratory patterns of whales. This is a book that I would recommend for anyone who enjoys a clean romance set in an ideal location with characters you will enjoy getting to know. It is appropriate for teens as well as adults. Thank you to the author for the copy of this book to read and review.
WinnieL More than 1 year ago
Summer Beach Brides: Seaside Duet is as the name suggests - two beautiful love stories by the seaside. The main hero and heroine is Ben and Natalie but as the story features the wedding preparation and wedding of Craig and Sara, it feels as if we get another love story out of this book. I really enjoyed Ben and Natalie's story. I love how they met - Natalie rescuing Ben from a jellyfish attack. Their chemistry shone through in the book and I really think Ben makes a great book boyfriend. And of course, the Aussie slang once again brings fun to the story. I enjoyed Craig and Sara's wedding preparations even though I was a tad irritated with Sara's hang-ups with the press and her insecurity. But I'm glad everything worked out beautifully in the end. The idea of a tim tam cake was wonderful and I really love the addition of Milo to the wedding. It was such fun.