Beach Lane by Sherryl Woods

Hott Synopsis

Susie has been in love


with Mack for as long as she can remember. Not that he knows it of course. She’s told him many times that she would never consider him due to his player ways. Ugh! Was that a bad move or what? Especially since she’s been seeing Mack exclusively for more that three years under the guise of friendship. Obviously, he’s one of those men who can’t take hint hint – but will he believe her if she’s direct?

Mack is finished waiting for Susie. He has the engagement ring on his coffee table and is just working out the details when his world is rocked. His security, his purpose, his self worth is wrapped is wrapped up in his job and he’s just lost it. Well, now isn’t a good time to propose. In fact, how can he face Susie when he doesn’t even have a job?

Will these two be able to get it together before the family decides to take matters into their own hands?

Hott Review

A traditional romance that has been taken up a notch with the familiar characters, cancer issues, and sub-plots. I was glad that the story was picked up from the point when both Susie and Mack decided that it was time to get the ball rolling. As with many relationships everything was great and easy until they finally decided to make a go of it and then everything starts crumbling.

I adore this series! I think for me the best part is that you can pick up any book in the series without feeling like you are missing something or like you need to reread something that happened previously…. Though you’ll want to!

Author: Sherryl Woods
Rating: B+
Steam: Adult
Series: Chesapeake Shores #7
Publisher: Mira Publish Date: May 2011
ISBN: 0778329895 Price: $7.99(GR)
Others in the series: 1. The Inn At Eagle Point
2. Flowers on Main
3. Harbor Lights
4. A Chesapeake Shores Christmas
5. Driftwood Cottage (April 2011)
6. Moonlight Cove (May 2011)
7. Beach Lane (June 2011)
8. An O’Brien Family Christmas (October 2011)

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3 Comments Text
  • I hope you enjoy them, Cristina. I really enjoyed this one but didn't love all of them.

    Cheryl — Thank you so much!! You're such a sweetie. I know – my TBR pile is worse than the tower of babel!

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