I voluntarily reviewed a complimentary copy of this book which I received from the author. All views expressed are only my honest opinion.
Summer at Blue Sands Cove
Tired of the city, Grace Clelland returns to Blue Sands, the quiet Cornish seaside village where she grew up. There she will meet old flames and old friends, rekindle old loves and ignite new ones in a novel that will have you dreaming of the soft crash of the waves on the shore, the feel of sand between your toes, overloaded ice-creams and smoky beach barbeques.
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Author Bio – CP Ward is an author from the UK who currently lives and works in Japan. For more information, please visit http://www.amillionmilesfromanywhere.net/cp-ward.html
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Grace is having a rough time in her waitressing job in Bristol, England. After having to put up with abuse from customers, she agrees to come home to help her best friend Joan with the Blue Sands Cove café that she runs with her mother. When Grace arrives she finds that many things are the same but there are also noticeable changes. There is a lot of comedy in this book as Grace finds that it’s not always easy to go home.
She and Joan revisit their past, but Grace must start over in many ways. Many of her expectations aren’t accurate, but she creates goals for her summer visit. There are lots of fun characters in the book, such as: Ethel-the grumpy old neighbor, Jason – ex-nerd/surfer dude, and the Masked Surfer. The book held my interest and moved fast with all the adventures. Will Joan find the identity of the masked surfer, win the surfing competition, or hurry back to Bristol?
I would give it a PG rating, because of references to a wild, partying past. The romance in the book is clean.