Review: Sunsets at Seaside by Addison Cole

Sunsets at Seaside
(Sweet with Heat: Seaside Summers Book 4)
by Addison Cole

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, to 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 sweet, 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 brown-haired 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.

In an unsuccessful online bidding, Jessica Ayers threw her phone from her cottage and hit Jamie Reed’s head in the process.

And then the computer geek met the musician who hated technology. Two extreme opposites, the man who belonged to the world wide web with just one click and the woman whose name couldn’t even be found on Facebook. But when their hearts talked, their minds followed and their lips kissed like there was no tomorrow.

I met Jamie Reed on the first few books of the Seaside series. I thought he was super geeky and nerdy and didn’t know how to have fun. And then Jessica Ayers happened and he turned out not so bad after all. What she and Jessica had was sweet, passionate and full of love, but every love story has an ugly part, and that part really made me sad for the both of them.

I also got a glimpse of the Seaside sisters’ respective relationships and it was really nice to catch up with them. Their chunky-dunking sessions never fail to amuse me. I would love to be part of their clique and join them in their pranks and adventures!

Sunsets at Seaside had been another interestingly striking romance by Addison Cole and every book in the series keeps getting better and better. I can’t wait to see what lies ahead for darling Amy and the rest of the Seaside community!

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