The Seaside Chronicle
July 12, 2022
News on the docks is Adelaide Bradley is back in Seaside, and rumor has it she's here to stay! (No ring was spotted on her finger, I might add!) After eight long years of living in the big city and working for Massachusetts General, she has decided to return to the shores. One can only imagine how thrilled Barbara and Keegan are to have their oldest daughter back.
But it makes you wonder if Adelaide will continue to persue her nursing career or is she here to help at her family's restaurant, The Seaside Grill.
A little seagull has planted in my ear that Gannon Wilson is taking the news rather well, considering Adelaide broke his heart all those years ago. I did notice Gannon has been working more than usual, piloting that precious cargo through our ship channel. Maybe he is picking up extra hours to purchase a piece of jewelry, considering he was seen in Reef Jewelers only days ago.
We're rooting for the two of them to reunite at least as friends. Everyone knows the former homecoming king and queen had a bright future ahead of them until…well…that's another story for another issue, Seasiders!
Fair winds and following seas!
Why can’t I buy the rest of the book.
This was just the first 59 pages. IBooks did not give my the option to buy the rest of the book. So, far it was alright. I enjoy Ms. Elliott’s books and would have bought the rest of this book it I could.
This book is terribly written. This book read like that friend who drones on and on about the most mundane, germane, unnecessary details. This book had no purpose therefore there was no character development which meant it was a very surface level story that evoked nothing from the reader. I did give it two stars because I did enjoy the beginning but the rest of it was a waste of time. I skipped entire chapters.
SEX SCENES: Yes
Continually obsessed with Kelly and her books!
Continually obsessed with Kelly and her books! This story was more mild and less dramatic of a storyline from Kelly – Addie and Gannon were high school sweethearts who went different ways in life after graduation. Deciding to be realistic, they break up, but vow to keep in touch and hope that fate brings them back together down the road. Almost a decade later, these two have fallen out of touch, but all that changes when Addie decides to return home, where Gannon has already relocated a few years prior. Realizing this is his chance, Gannon decides to go after Addie since his feelings have never changed over the years, and Addie’s haven’t either. We as the readers see these two get to know each other as adults, with an underlying theme that time can pass and people can change, but in the end, there are some things that stay the same no matter how long has passed. This was a sweet story, and I can’t wait to see where this new series takes us!
I voluntarily read and reviewed an Advance Reader Copy of this book.