Haunted by a painful past, Georgia Montgomery escapes the memories by buying a beach house on the North Carolina coast. She hopes a summer filled with sun, sand, margaritas and best friends will heal her, but when an unexpected visitor shows up, her past, present and future collide.
Georgia is instantly drawn to Tristan Howell, the bronze-skinned, golden-haired stranger with an easy smile and eyes the deepest shade of green she’s ever seen. She tries to deny the depth of her feelings for him, but just like an addiction- one look, one touch, one taste is never enough. With Tristan she loses control of the lonely world she’s constructed for herself and learns that moving forward isn’t possible while she’s still chained to the events of her past.
Before the summer is over friendships will be tested, hearts shattered and lives changed, and waiting for Georgia to find herself may destroy them all.
When I started to read this book I found that is was slow. Once you get into the book the paste will pick up. There was a few times thru out the book I had to go back to an early page because I was trying to figure out who was who. I found it lacked the intro of the characters. Georgia was someone who had to found herself thru out the story. She was dating a person name Kyle. When she bought a beach house in North Carolina she had an affair with Tistan. She kept find herself drawn to him but she stop talking to both. She end up leaving Kyle to move to the beach house. She became happy. Then she ran into Tistan. I Have to say I will be waiting for book 2 to see how there love story will end.
Adriane Leigh is the bestselling author of Steel and Lace and The Mourning After. She was born and raised in a snowbank in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula and now lives amongst the sand dunes on the Lake Michigan lakeshore. She graduated with a Literature degree but never particularly enjoyed reading Shakespeare or Chaucer. Adriane is married to a tall, dark and handsome guy, and plays mama to two sweet baby girls.