Lost to You

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Publisher Description

The Seaside Chronicle

November 1, 2022

Keepin' it Reel


We all know the youngest Bradley sibling must be the most carefree of the bunch. Last this writer heard, Palmer was employed with at least five different jobs. Pet walker, house sitter, vet receptionist, nanny, and the least of my favorite, pooper scooper. To each her own, I guess.

Word on the docks is Palmer has caught the eye of our latest new Seaside resident and single dad, Mason Bryan. Oh, his little boy, Charlie, is just the sweetest thing. A little seagull has planted in my ear that Palmer will be Charlie's new nanny…don't worry, Seasiders, I've got my ear to the ground and will keep you updated on this latest development.

Fair winds and following seas!

November 1
K. Elliott Enterprises, INC
Draft2Digital, LLC

Customer Reviews

SSL71 ,

I love the Seaside Chronicles novels!!

Palmer and Mason’s journey to coupledom was sweet. Little Charlie is so adorable. Bitter, vindictive ex, notwithstanding, I loved how everyone supported Palmer and Mason. As always, Kelly delivered another wonderful romantic story.

Cheryl33610 ,

Palmer and Hunter

I've loved the Seaside Chronicles series so much and those hysterical Bradley siblings. Palmer is just as funny and sweet as her sisters but has maybe been portrayed as being a bit more of a wanderer. No one seems to understand that while she's a hard worker, her jobs are a bit more varied and less traditional. So, pairing her with a single dad, who also happens to be a doctor, was quite interesting. I thought Hunter would be a little more uptight and rigid, maybe because he's a doctor, maybe because of the single dad status. He's actually not, and I think that endeared him to me even more. He doesn't find Palmer and her "lack of ambition" an issue at all. And the fact that even without childcare experience, she's absolutely wonderful with his son Charlie. That darn lisp of his just gets me! The nanny/boss trope feels much less "taboo" in this book, because literally everyone is pushing them together. Honestly, half the time I forgot she was even the nanny! Because with or without Charlie in the picture, these two just clicked for me. Great chemistry, fun dialogue and a slow but sexy burn built up their relationship perfectly. Don't read this one as a stand-alone...it's definitely more of an interconnected series that is best enjoyed in order. That little underlying mystery looks to be revealed very soon, and I can't wait! Make sure to stick around to read the epilogue, too!

Samantha B. Sokol ,

So excited for Palmer and Mason’s story!

So excited for Palmer and Mason’s story! After getting to know their dynamic in the previous book, between Palmer’s denial and unwillingness to be the nanny for Mason’s son and the mystery behind Mason and his relocation to town, I was excited to dive into their story and get some answers. Thanks to some divine intervention and jealousy, while Palmer initially declines the nanny position, when her house is purchased by none other than Mason, she concedes and ends up taking the job. Mason has relocated to town to give his son a fresh start away from the drama surrounding his marriage and divorce. When he meets Palmer at first, he is drawn to her and takes a chance, but it gives the opposite effect. Thankfully, after months of getting to know Palmer and her finally taking the nanny job, they find the chemistry between them is too much to fight and they take a chance. With some usual drama, misunderstandings, and family’s intervention, these two get the HEA they deserve along with Charlie gaining the mother he always wanted and dreamed of. On the other side of the storyline, I love that Palmer and her brother have taken a stance at finding out who is behind the gossip column and taking it seriously enough to research and even do a stake out – and the cliffhanger in this book from it has me guessing, questioning, and on the edge of my seat waiting for the next book to get all the answers!
I voluntarily read and reviewed an Advance Reader Copy of this book.

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