Book Review: Sea Glass Sunrise by Donna Kauffman – Sweet and Engaging with a nice Plot Twist


Sea Glass Sunrise (The Brides of Blueberry Cove Series Book 1)

Ms. Kauffman hits another one out of the park. This story kept me engaged from beginning to end. If you liked her Bachelors of Blueberry Cove series, you’ll love the first of her Brides of Blueberry Cove. Sea Glass Sunrise revisits many familiar characters from the previous series, revealing some of their secrets while hinting at more to come. Although this is a standalone book, it will definitely whet your appetite for more Blueberry Cove stories.

Hannah’s personal life and successful career disastrously collide, leaving her an unfortunate victim to professional humiliation (oh, that double-standard). She hightails it home to Blueberry Cove for good, with her family thinking she’s just home for a visit. Calder appears to be visiting the town as a contractor hired to build a yacht club, but has other motives. Ms. Kauffman paints a meeting between these two that you won’t soon forget, and with a small town like Blueberry Cove, our hero and heroine keep crossing paths – reluctantly at first, of course.

Loved this book, and can’t wait to read the next in the series.

Cushions: Plenty of steam, strong and likeable heroine and hero with lots of chemistry, well-developed characters, good plot development with some nice plot twists, light on the cursing, a real page-turner with just the right amount of schmaltz.

Cautions: Some PG-rated cursing, one inappropriate relationship alluded to but not spelled out or proven.

I received my advanced reading copy from the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.

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