Having a mad crush on her boss's son, Matt Lacroux - an intriguing mix of proper gentleman and flirtatious bad boy - is probably not the smartest idea for single mother Mira Savage. Especially when the company, and her job, is already on shaky ground. But as a Princeton professor, Matt's life is hours away from Mira's home on Cape Cod, keeping him safely in the fantasy-only zone. And as a single mother to six-year-old Hagen, with a floundering company to save, fantasies are all she has time for.
With hopes of becoming dean off the table, and too many months of longing for a woman who lived too far away to pursue, Matt's publishing contract couldn't have come at a better time. He heads home to Cape Cod on a brief sabbatical, intent on starting his book, and finally getting his arms around sweet, seductive Mira.
A surprise encounter leads to white-hot passions and midnight confessions. The more time Matt and Mira spend together, the deeper their relationship grows, and the love and attention Matt showers on Hagen is more than she has ever dreamed of. But Matt's sabbatical is only temporary, and Mira's not saving his father's company so she can leave it behind. Will their whispers of love be enough for one of them to change their life forever?
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One of my favorite Seaside books. Matt and Mira have one of the best love stories. Matt is a professor at Princeton who is on sabbatical to write a book. Mira is a single mom who works for Matt's dad at the family hardware store. These two live completely different lives. Mira is focused on her son and Matt is focused on his book and trying to become dean of the School of Social Science.
What Matt finds is priorities change and what was once important to him is not as important as family and those you love. I am a big fan of single parent stories and this one does not disappoint. Melissa Foster did a great job on this one as did BJ Harrison who narrates. BJ always makes you feel like you are right there in the middle of all the action and gives you all the feels.
Seaside Girls and Leap of Faith
Melissa Foster has a wonderful knack of writing endearing characters, humor, and a steamy story, I love the antics of the Seaside Girls and think they are such a wonderful group of friends, Matt and Mira (Hagen too) are the focus of this book, The storyline is original, and the background topic of co-op was interesting, The cameo appearances of characters from other Seaside stories was an added bonus, its like catching up with old friends. I love how realistic the author writes the emotional scenes. G.J. Harrison is wonderful bringing the characters to life with his flawless performance. He adds the right emotions and its easy to hear who is speaking.
My Thoughts on Seaside Whispers
This was yet another good addition to the Seaside Summers series. It feels like it’s coming to an end all the originals and even some late comers to the series meeting their matches and settling down. But I also felt like this book was a bit different then the ones before. Maybe a but more intense when it came to the certain aspects of the relationship. Plus I love a good single parent story. Matt and Mira were adorable. I liked that they kind of circled each other for a while before actually diving into a relationship. And I loved how Matt always included Mira’s son. Definitely one of those swoon worthy traits for me. I’ve really enjoyed this series overall and I’m excited to see what’s next for these characters and this author.
The narrator also brought his usual great performance to this story. He gave me exactly what I've come to expect when his voice is on the audio.