Heartbreak led me to Puffin Bay, searching for peace in a small, coastal town. Four years later, my bar is thriving and my next business is just what the town needs.
It doesn’t need Roman Tominey. Arrogant, city-boy, suit-wearing grump - he knows how to push every one of my buttons, and after an evening of bad decisions, he knows how to push that one too.
When Roman’s newly found teenage son joins him, Roman’s summer stay is extended. We spend the days arguing over a building project the local council insist we do together, and the evenings with him sneaking into my room.
Then Roman’s ideas for Puffin Bay’s development cause all out war between us.
Those sparks between us? They become weapons.
Only Roman doesn’t fire his. It seems he wants something more than another zero on the end of his bank balance and he might just discard his suit - and its buttons - to keep on pressing mine.
It was a changing ending. Believe it was thrilling and exciting for the reader to end with an exciting end, not a prediction to accept the ending and move on to the next book.
It became a disappointment.
The suggested new reading made it a disappointing read.
Disappointment was stored on the current readers desire to move forward into another book created by the author. Up until the end, the book was very exciting.
Interesting but when it ends, you’ll want to read the next book.
Dropped at 12%. Could not get into it.