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Nights at Seaside (Sweet with Heat: Seaside Summers) (Volume 6) Paperback – December 13, 2017
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"Nights at Seaside tackles many themes. Friendship, family, sobriety and the healing power of love. Informative, realistic and emotional. The calling card of any good romance." - Isha, Hopeless Romantic Blog
"A delightful weekend book to read while relaxing!" - Book Lover in Florida
"Melissa Foster's sweet alter ego Addison Cole once again shows us that a great romance story can be sweet and sexy. Two souls both looking for what has been elusive to them." - Helene, Goodreads reviewer
"Definitely a one click buy!! " - Patti, Goodreads reviewer
"If you like your books 'sweet with heat', but not full on steamy, then this is the author for you." - Lynn, Goodreads Reviewer
"Nights at Seaside is a wonderful and sweet romance. [...] Sawyer and Sky are great together, you feel every emotion is their relationship. This book definitely tugs at your heartstrings." - Tracy, Goodreads reviewer
"What a wonderful story about love, trust and family! [...] Addison Coles books just tugs at your heart!" - Christine, Goodreads reviewer
"I absolutely loved, Nights at Seaside!! Addison Cole has given us another fabulous book!!" - Doni, Goodreads reviewer
From the Author
Addison Cole is the sweet alter ego of New York Times bestselling author Melissa Foster. Nights at Seaside by Addison Cole is the sweet edition of New York Times bestselling author Melissa Foster's steamy romance novel Seaside Nights. The stories and characters remain the same and convey all of the passion you expect between two people in love, without any explicit scenes or harsh language.
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I must admit that Sawyer has now moved to the top of my list of book boyfriends, although I realize I say this frequently when reviewing anything by Addison Cole or Melissa Foster. But this time, I mean it. I loved this man from the beginning of the book until the end. He has such a huge heart, he’s romantic, poetic, strong, sexy, and so on. Honestly, of all of the characters in this series, I think Sawyer and Sky have been the most complex and all of the various sides of them flowed together beautifully throughout the novel.
Besides just a budding romance, Nights at Seaside touches on several heart-breaking but relevant issues such as the risks of concussions in sports, the effects of debilitating illness on a family, and the guilt of trying to provide for loved ones. But don’t let me scare you into thinking this is a tear-jerker because there is still plenty of the trademark humor that I have grown to love in this series, especially concerning pranks that they pull on one another at Seaside!
Unfortunately, my vocabulary is nowhere near vivid enough to describe my love for this novel and the entire series. Addison Cole has stolen my heart again and left with me a warm, fuzzy smile on my face at the end of one of her novels.
I think the best part about these two is that neither of them is perfect. They aren’t Barbie and Ken. And their relationship isn’t super perfect, either. One of the biggest problems Sky has with Sawyer is his career. She can’t get behind him being a boxer.
Considering the intense connection they have almost immediately, I don’t understand her hesitance. I don’t care for boxing (don’t hate me – I think it’s a little boring) but would I push away what could be true love because of it? No. I am a hopeless romantic . . . love wins over all.
That’s what I enjoyed the most about this book. Yes, there are issues that the characters have to overcome but it is, above all, one of the sweetest, most romantic love stories I have read in a very long time.
The author’s expressive writing style shines in Nights at Seaside. I could feel the connection between Sawyer and the audience at the Governor Bradford Inn as he began to sing on open mic night. I sensed that the intensity of Sawyer’s persona and the words in his ballad drew Sky to him like a moth to a flame. I enjoyed that the author focused on words throughout the novel. The importance of words and phrases are significant to Sky. As a tattoo artist she inks meaningful words and phrases on her customers. Sky collects scraps of paper with phrases from the mysterious P-Town poet and she is curious to discover the identity of the P-Town poet as she believes they are kindred souls. Sawyer is a complex character who cares deeply and passionately for those he loves. He is focused on helping his parents through a financial and medical situation. His writing, singing and the phrases that are tattooed on his back are an outlet for him to express himself creatively.
Addison Cole’s words flow like poetry in this novel. Sky and Sawyer are the perfect description for the word soulmates. They understand each other and their love story is very romantic. The author doesn’t waiver in her portrayal of Sky and her feelings towards fighting – it goes against her beliefs. Sky’s struggle with fighting, bloodshed and Sawyer’s desire to provide for his family is the crux of the drama in the novel. Does Sky believe in Sawyer enough to trust in their love?
Choices are important to each of the characters in this novel. Sky, Sawyer and Sawyer’s parents have difficult choices to make throughout the story. The conclusion to Nights at Seaside was perfectly written—both characters stayed true to their beliefs—have some Kleenex on hand. Loved the epilogue and I agree with Sawyer’s grandmother’s advice!
This is my favorite book in Addison Cole’s sweet version of the Seaside series and I highly recommend it. The author’s words perfectly portray the unique, endearing characters and their hard-fought personal and professional struggles. Nights at Seaside is on my keeper shelf.