Friday, November 24, 2017

Review: Meet Me at Beachcomber Bay by Jill Mansell

Title: Meet Me at Beachcomber Bay
Author: Jill Mansell
Format: Ebook
Publisher: Sourcebooks Landmark
Publish Date: May 2, 2017
Source: Owned

What's the Story?:

From "1. A brief encounter that could have become so much more...if only everything were different
2. Step-sisters, bitter rivals in every area except one--by unbreakable pact neither will ever steal a man from the other
3. A love triangle that starts out as a mess of secrets and mix-ups, and only gets worse from there

Friendship, family ties, crossed wires and self-discovery, second chances and first impressions."

My Two Cents:

"Meet Me at Beachcomber Bay" is yet another release by Jill Mansell. Mansell is one of my go to authors for when I'm looking for a light read with great characters to relax with. That is exactly what you get with this book. This is the story of a town where everything seems to be everyone else's business, which causes some friction in this book.

Beachcomber bay is a tightly tightknit community filled with lots of different people doing with lots of different things. There is two sisters fighting over a gentleman. When Clem meets Sam on a plane, sparks fly and then he just happens to show up to Beachcomber Bay with her stepsister (who she hates) on his arm. There's a man he finds out his birthmother maybe closer than he ever thought she was. These are the two main stories in the book and I really enjoyed both.

Both their primary and secondary characters in this book are memorable and make for a very fun read. I love books about small towns with quirky characters in this book definitely fits that bill. Overall this was a great book to relax with and definitely had me laughing and as well as really feeling for some of the characters. This was a good read.



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