- File Size: 4039 KB
- Print Length: 162 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publication Date: January 16, 2018
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B0792RVGPQ
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #66,091 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
Bayside Destinies (The Hunters Book 9) Kindle Edition
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It’s easy to feel and understand Audrey’s insecurities. She never had a real family, a real home. She struggled with self worth and fed into her abusive ex’s lies and put downs. Following her growth and change is frustrating but also refreshing as she learns to make good choices that uplift her rather than damage her.
Then there is Logan, a workaholic who won’t make time for a true relationship. Unlike Audrey, he was reared in a loving and supportive family. He is confident and only knows success. He is married to his work. He’s a sought after attorney who looses few cases. Success is what motivates him. Women seeking love can’t fit into his lifestyle of work, work, work…. win, win, win. As with Audrey, it’s good watching Logan’s metamorphosis.
They say opposites attract. It’s nice and even relaxing watching Audrey and Logan being drawn to each other as they learn that love may not conquer all, but it’s a good foundation to having it all …. success at home, family, friends work and peers.
Seaside Surprises - Pleasant surprise! Since this was my first book by Ms. Claflin, I was surprised. The author did great job with her writing, characters, and plot, which immerses the reader into the story. It's refreshing to read a decent book without explicit sex and profanity and stupidity. I'll be reading more of Ms. Claflin's book. She ranks with Maeve Binchy.
Bayside Promises - A heavy but with humor story. A well written, intense romance with interesting, believable characters. The heaviness of the father's destructive behavior towards his family damages his daughters, but they still have a sense of humor, although love is difficult. I didn't like the father, because of his destruction, but not everything is sunshine and roses. This book is kinda like watching Die Hard when it first hit the screen, it involved your emotions too hard when the causes were exposed to the girls' thought processes. It is a good story and worth reading.
Seaside Heartbeats - Intriguing. Another well written, funny romance with heartwarming characters that are real and a twisting plot giving suspense to the story. The Hunters are a good family and each story is fresh, no repeats.
Seaside Dances - Little sad. A well written, intriguing romance with a couple of not so happy characters and all the rest of characters in this series. The plot twists from a sad, slow beginning into fast moving happiness. Not my favorite book of the Hunters series, but still an interesting read.
Seaside Kisses - Heartwarming. A well written, interesting romance with well developed characters with realistic dialog and a good plot. The Hunters' stories may end the same way, HEA, but getting there is different for each Hunter and soulmate. Ms. Claflin does not disappoint the reader with these eight books.
Seaside Kisses - Unpleasant surprise. The author did a great job writing this book until the main characters went stupid. Why do many authors have their main characters stop believing the people they love and trust the word of people they don't know personally and know those people are usually scum/trouble? It was an unpleasant surprise, when one of my favorite authors did this near the end. A smart, successful woman goes stupid and insecure, instead of doing the right thing. But Ms. Claflin did take the heads out of the nether regions and put them back on the shoulders of the woman and the love interest. This was still a good book and the author is still one of my favorites.