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This was my first encounter with a Suzie O'Connell book, but it definitely won't be my last. From the moment I started reading, I found myself enjoying this tale. The characters are sweet and relatable. Their struggles are struggles that many of us face. Unfortunately for me, I've been in situations similar to what both the main characters have faced, and their reactions and baggage were completely realistic - but not in a way that was overly upsetting or depressing. When things got serious, the author knew just when and how to lighten the tone. The adorable daughter was a scene-stealer from time to time, but the sweet romance developing between the main characters was pretty satisfying to read, too. A number of times, I caught myself with a big, goofy grin on my face while I was reading - which is exactly what I wanted and needed right now.
I enjoyed the breezy, easy-to-read writing - it wasn't overly complicated, didn't get bogged down in any unnecessary descriptions - just the right amount of words to convey the images and action beautifully. I loved the setting - the Pacific Coast Town is becoming more popular as a romance setting - but it works. We didn't see much of the town in this book, but I can imagine it being a rich setting for more Sea Glass Cove books in the future.
In another book, I might be tempted to call this story a little on the short side, but it totally worked in "The Abalone Shell." The author didn't feel the need to pad the word count unnecessarily - it's long enough to tell the story, but the pace moves right along, and it never feels abrupt or draggy.
In short: I have zero complaints. This was a pleasant, satisfying book that I would happily recommend. So consider this my recommendation - read it!