- Series: Harlequin Super Romance (Book 2121)
- Mass Market Paperback: 384 pages
- Publisher: Harlequin Superromance Large Print; Original edition (March 6, 2018)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 1335449159
- ISBN-13: 978-1335449153
- Product Dimensions: 4.1 x 1 x 6.6 inches
- Shipping Weight: 6.1 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
- Average Customer Review: 2 customer reviews
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #4,572,881 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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Summer by the Sea (Harlequin Super Romance) Mass Market Paperback – Large Print, March 6, 2018
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Cathryn Parry writes contemporary romance from her home in Massachusetts. Her Harlequin Superromance novels have received such honors as a Booksellers' Best Award, Holt Medallion Awards of Merit and several readers' contest nominations. In her free time, she loves figure skating, planning as many vacations as possible and pursuing her genealogy hobby. Please visit her website at CathrynParry.com.
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Lifeguard Sam Logan can tell this is going to be the summer of a lifetime. Out of the blue his wise beyond her years pre-teen daughter reluctantly comes to live with him for the summer and he has no clue what to do with her. She's not the little girl that spent weekends being happy with anything they did together anymore, and he's not equipped with the skills to know what she needs from him. Luckily someone she idolizes is staying in the cottage next door for the summer and agrees to mentor her!
Silicon valley tech guru Sarah Buckley isn't happy about being sent off on a retreat to learn how to meditate and ground herself, but if this is what it takes to get her business flourishing and move her forward to the next dream on life's agenda, she'll suck it up and get it done like always. She's not sure what to make of the guy next door, but if he's willing to show her how to relax, she'll teach his brilliant daughter a few tricks of the world. Only trouble is, there's a major attraction between her and Sam, and she's heading back to California in a few weeks, so how can they act on it?
Then a near-famous, but extremely brash Silicon Valley tech guru, Sarah Buckley shows up. Why? She's Cassandra's niece and has been given an ultimatum. Learn meditation and how to chill so that her employees aren't scared to death of her. So says the investor in her company. She needs him if she's to sell for big bucks, the better to build a bigger company.
Lucy already knows about Sarah and is thrilled to learn she'll be living with Cassandra, but trouble follows Sarah as surely as the night the day when Sam meets Sarah and is put off immediately. No way will he allow Sarah anywhere near his daughter. Trouble with that plan is Cassandra suddenly leaves town, infuriating Sarah who has past hates about her elderly aunt's behavior, and now who's going to watch Lucy? She wants to spend time with Sarah.
Sarah, for her part, quickly realizes that Lucy's brilliance with tech issues could be her ticket back home, so she agrees to watch her while Sam works and quickly becomes her mentor. But secrets abound that may turn everyone against everyone else if Lucy wins that scholarship and Sarah rushes back home to take over her company (or so she hopes).
How all these entanglements are worked out is a worthy read, particularly on a cold and blustery almost-spring day.