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R.E. Bradshaw is an excellent writer whose thriller series is one of the best and whose romances will always sweep you off your feet. This new novella, clearly intended as a series, brings us a charming coming of age story. The characters are well drawn and engaging, not perfect but real, recognisable. Their individual journeys will hit a nerve and are cleverly interspersed with flashback historical moments that will bring back many memories.
As always the setting is an integral part of the tale and we are once again taken to the sea-shores of the outer banks where Margie surfs, fishes and runs wild as we could in those more innocent days. Full of lessons from both heartache and her older crush, many of us will wish we had had such a mentor.
Charming reading – looking forward to more.
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I can’t wait to read the unfolding of Margie’s and Ruth Ann’s relationship because these characters are so familiar, honest, and so real. They have so much to give to each other, whether they remain lifelong friends or their relationship evolves into something more.
I have been a fan of R.E. Bradshaw’s work from her first romance to the heart-racing Rainey Bell series, but this little novella has raised my admiration to new heights. Like all her books, I am left feeling this would make a great TV series or film.
But this book.... so many lessons to teach, so many lessons we all could have used growing up! I would highly recommend this book!!!!