16 December 2014

Book Tour, Book Review, Giveaway | Seaside Sunsets by Melissa Foster

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Seaside Sunsets
Seaside Dreams # 3
By: Melissa Foster
Releasing December 16th, 2014

Jessica Ayers has lived a sheltered life with little more than cello lessons and practices taking up her day. Now a member of the Boston Symphony Orchestra, she escapes the prim and proper symphony to vacation in the Seaside community in Wellfleet, Massachusetts, and determine if she is living life to the fullest or missing it altogether.

For the first time since developing the second largest search engine in the world, billionaire Jamie Reed is taking the summer off. He plans to work from the Cape and spend time with his elderly grandmother—and falling in love is not in his plans.

From the moment Jamie and Jessica meet, the attraction is white-hot. Once-overly-focused Jamie can think of little else than sensual, smart, and alluring Jessica, and Jessica discovers a side of herself she never knew existed. But when Jamie’s business encounters trouble and his attorney and best friend intervenes, he proves that the blond beauty is too distracting for Jamie. To make matters worse, it appears that Jessica might not be who she says she is, turning Jamie’s life—and his heart—upside down.

In a world where personal information is always one click away, Jamie must decide if he should trust his heart or watch the woman he loves walk away

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I was rooting for Tony & Amy to be the next one in the series, but Melissa Foster had Jamie's HEA in mind first. I didn't mind. I like Jamie, he's a very rich, hot, down-to-earth person who loves his grandmother more than anything in the world. #Swoon

Jessica Ayers live and breath music. But she needed a break from her overbearing mother and the pressure of being in one of the most prestigious Orchestra in the world. At 27, she wanted to experience life. So she took the summer off, determined to finally live her life to the fullest and give herself time to relax from everything.

Jamie Reed is taking the summer off to spend some time with Vera, his grandmother and the rest of the Seaside gang. Meeting someone who's as pretty and not-so-techy, Jessica, much more falling in love was not in his plans.

The attraction was instant. Jamie was drawn to the woman who exudes innocence and sexiness at the same time. Soon, the Jamie who was focused on his work, was spending more and more time with the girl who he couldn't stop thinking about. And Jessica was enjoying every moment that they were together. But more than just Jamie, she had found new friends who welcomed her with open arms. For the first time, she felt that she belonged. 

Of course, trouble comes when you least expect it. The two of them were on cloud nine when Jamie's business encountered trouble, and his lawyer and best friend came into the 'rescue'. Making Jamie doubt of their insta-relationship and the truth about Jessica. Ah yes, there goes that doubt creeping in, testing them. Will they pass or fail?

I hated Mark, hated that he popped that little bubble Jamie and Jessica were in. That he planted doubt on his friend's mind, and not to mention some past transgression he did as well. I wonder for a smart guy, why in the world Jamie didn't see pass that? Nevertheless this douche somewhat redeemed himself at the end, but the damage has been done.

Jessica had undergone so much change among all of the characters. She had lived a very sheltered life, and was used to her prim and proper ways. She was too sweet for me at first. Letting go of her old-self and letting in the new was a sight to behold. Especially when she joins the gang in their fun and pranks.

Love always needed trust, and it should be reciprocated, insta-love or not. Honesty and trust are essentials in a relationship, without it, everything will just crumble. No matter how strong your love or emotion is, everything will be worthless. 

Another great romantic read from Melissa Foster that will make and break your hearts. The pacing was just perfect, no boring moments, no uber-cheesiness - just plain unadulterated romance. 

"Melissa Foster is a wonderful connector of readers and books, a friend of authors, and a tireless advocate for women. She is the real deal"-- Bestselling Author Jennie Shortridge

"What sets Melissa Foster apart are her compelling characters who you care about... desperately. This  is psychological suspense at its most chilling. I dare you to read the first chapter and not be hooked."  International bestseller, M.J. Rose 

Melissa Foster is an award-winning, International bestselling author. Her books have been recommended by USA Today's book blog, Hagerstown Magazine, The Patriot, and several other print venues. She is the founder of the Women’s Nest, a social and support community for women, the World Literary Café. When she's not writing, Melissa helps authors navigate the publishing industry through her author training programs on  Fostering Success. Melissa is also a community builder for the Alliance for Independent Authors. She has been published in Calgary’s Child Magazine, the Huffington Post, and Women Business Owners magazine. 

Connect with Melissa: Website  |  Facebook  |  Twitter  | Socialnetwork for women  |  WorldLiterary Café  |  FosteringSuccess  |  FacebookMelissa Foster  |  Goodreads 

Part of the Lovers in Bloom Series

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Seaside Dreams (#1: Bella & Caden)
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Seaside Hearts (#2: Jenna & Pete)
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Seaside Sunsets (#3: Jamie & Jessica)
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Seaside Secrets (#4: Tony & Amy)
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Seaside Nights (#5)

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