A beauty, a beast, and a prince in the making ...
Sophia is at a crossroads. Her fashion design label has tanked and her sister's betrayal continues to haunt her. When she moves into Sea Glass Inn, she does so with questions—and plenty of baggage.
Enter handsome Wade, the inn's longtime business consultant. Wade strolls into her life wearing designer suits and looking like a young Antonio Banderas. When he offers to help Sophia jump-start her business, he may just be the prince she needs.
Unless writer-in-residence CJ Capra gets in the way, that is. The enigmatic friend of her brother has come to the inn to crush writer's block after experiencing a setback of his own doing.
When Sophia is faced with a new crisis, the fissure in her confidence deepens. Will the wind bring new love or sweep away all hope of a fairytale ending?
Windswept, book 3 of the Sea Glass Inn Novels, is a sweet, inspirational romance.
Read all 4 Books in the Sea Glass Inn series!:
Walking on Sea Glass - Book 1
Runaway Tide - Book 2
Windswept - Book 3
Beneath a Billion Stars - Book 4
About the Author
JULIE CAROBINI writes inspirational beach romances and cozy mysteries … with a twist. She is known for spunky heroines, charming heroes, quirky friends, and the secrets they keep. Her bestselling titles include Walking on Sea Glass, the Otter Bay Novels, The Christmas Thief, All Was Calm, and more. Julie has received awards for writing and editing from The National League of American Pen Women and ACFW, and she is a double finalist for the ACFW Carol Award. She lives near the beach in California with her husband, Dan, and and she loves hanging out with her three 20-something kids. Grab a free eBook here: www.juliecarobini.com/free-book
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Windswept: A Sea Glass Inn Novel based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Sometimes I just want to go to the beach, you know? But I live in Colorado. My solution? I read Julie Carobini and I'm never disappointed. I just finished Windswept, Book 3 in her Sea Glass Inn novels, and it was as captivating as the first two books. Sophia and Christian are still with me - characters I want to spend more time with. But other characters from the series populate the book as well, and I love getting to peek into their lives again. Sophia and Christian each work at overcoming incidents from their pasts that threaten to flavor their futures in negative ways. If you want to "get away" this winter, grab a copy of Windswept, feel the sea breeze and warm sun, and find out more about these intriguing people.