Wednesday, August 12, 2015

Seaside Heartbeats: A Sweet Romance (The Seaside Hunters Book 2) by Stacy Claflin

Published June 17, 2015

After years of hard work, architect Lana Summers just wants a relaxing vacation in the beach town of Kittle Falls. Instead, she suffers unexpected heart problems, and finds herself in the office of a gorgeous cardiologist—who only makes her heart work harder.

Brayden Hunter left his successful cardiology practice in Dallas to be closer to his aging parents. Focused on building a health care clinic in his hometown, he doesn't want any distractions. However, the beautiful Lana is one he can’t seem to avoid.

As their attraction grows, they stumble upon a 160-year-old mystery. Brayden catches her adventurous spirit as they chase after answers, and he can’t help falling for her.

My Thoughts…

Everyone who ever grew up near or in a tourist town knows that tourists are no-no’s for long term relationships.   Then there is Brayden and Lana.  Lana the tourist, visiting for the summer with her family and Brayden the cardiologist with dreams to stay in Kittle Falls forever.    Of course, they meet and sparks fly. 

The romance between these two is great.   It is an instant attraction yet they both try to deny it and not act on their feelings.    When they finally do get to know each other, they really get to know each other.   It is a PG rated romance.    They are attracted yet both want more than just some quick fun.    Their looks are steamy, the kisses even hotter, but it is their personalities that make their relationship turn into something more.   

While the romance in this book is fun, the mystery is great also.  I loved that they decided to investigate a 160 year old disappearance together.    I had ideas as to what might have happen but Stacy Claflin kept me guessing.    I always love finding out the history of a place and Kittle Falls has a lot of history.    

This is Book 2 of the series, yet it can be read as a stand alone.   The Hunter family is one that I cannot wait to learn more about.    

**Thank you Stacy Claflin for providing me a review copy.**

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