Three women find a second chance—or is it a third—in this novel from the USA Today bestselling author of Best Beach Ever.
When unlikely friends Madeline, Avery, and Nicole arrive in Miami’s South Beach neighborhood, they’re hoping for a do-over. Literally. They’ve been hired to bring a historic house back to its former glory on a new television show called Do Over. If they can just get this show off the ground, Nikki could fix her finances, Avery could restart her career, and Maddie would have a shot at keeping her family together.
The women quickly realize that having their work broadcast is one thing, but having their personal lives play out on TV is another. Soon they’re struggling to hold themselves, and the project, together. With a decades-old mystery—and hurricane season—looming, the women are forced to figure out just how they’ll weather life’s storms...
Wax returns readers to characters Madeline, Avery, Nikki, and Kyra of Ten Beach Road. After their successful renovation of the dilapidated beachfront mansion Bella Flora, the four friends land a TV show focusing on the renovation of a ramshackle architectural treasure owned by a former vaudeville star with a secret past. With a few boundaries drawn (no one can film Dustin, Kyra s son with movie star Daniel Deranian; mom and son get some private time), cameras roll. But Deranian s return to town to shoot a movie immediately tests those boundaries, especially as his furious wife is threatening to get their show canceled if she s not given full custody of Dustin. Meanwhile, Avery and her mother Deidre try to repair a broken relationship, and Nikki works on her matchmaking business and begins a relationship with a handsome G-man. When a client seems more interested in recovering money stolen by her brother than in Nikki s services, however, things quickly heat up. The foursome gets fine support from a well-rounded supporting cast and just the right amount of suspense and drama for a beach read.
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What a great book! Loved seeing the same people back again in the do over. Such a wonderful read. Would recommend it to all.
So tedious .....
To tweak the old adage "there is nothing like a good beach book". Unfortunately, this is nothing like a good beach book! I downloaded it last year and, like other readers, have not been able to finish it. The characters are lukewarm, whiny and tedious and the book is thoroughly boring. I do not recommend it.
Read 10 beach road first
This is a sequel to 10 beach road. Otherwise it won't make sense
I was hoping the story would continue.