Can love survive a third wheel?
A contemporary romance unlike any other!
Sage Drake is living the good life in sunny Seaside Heights, Florida. Once an avowed workaholic, her sexy new lover ”" surfer, world traveler and author Derek Chambers ”" has awakened in her not just a love for the ocean, and surfing, but for life in general.
But when her trusted assistant manager departs for college a few months early, Sage is forced to choose between managing her bookstore, Sequels, or enjoying the good life with Derek. A solution comes in the form of Colby Weathers, a worthy replacement for her old assistant manager”... if only she wasn’t so beautiful.
Sage isn’t the only one to notice”...
Would Derek succumb to this younger girl?
Would Sage’s worst fears become real?
I'm a fan of Romance novels set in the Victorian Era and honestly, this is the first time I've read a kind of "semi-erotic" book which describes the passionate encounters of the characters a bit more graphically than the books I've read before. I'll be honest, though, that I got hooked the moment I started reading the book.
Compared to other novels I've read, the Waves of Romance is a short story which I finished reading in less than 2 hours. Although it's short, I was quite satisfied with how fast paced and light the story is. The relationship of the characters is a can-be and realistic one which can happen in real life. I fell in love with the characters and I love how the female protagonist, Sage (I love the name by the way), handled the "situation" with the male protagonist, Derek. It's smart, funny and although short, brought a bit of tears in my eyes.
I love this book and it left me hanging for the next part of the series. :)
You can purchase an e-book copy of the Waves of Romance by Lori Ann Mitchell HERE for $0.99 at the moment.
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