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Thursday, March 3, 2016

Review: See you at sunset by V.K. Sykes

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Seashell Bay #3
VK Sykes
Releasing February 23rd, 2016


All Holly Tyler wants is a fantastic career, a not-too-committed relationship, and a city where there are no painful memories. Instead, she's called back to her hometown of Seashell Bay to help with her family's struggling general store. It's a town where everyone knows everyone, and where one man could sink Holly's careful plans.

Deputy Sheriff Micah Lancaster has wanted Holly for as long as he can remember. He knows she has a life on the mainland-and a boyfriend-and that there's no real future with her. But now Holly is back and the attraction still flickers between them, a promise of something more. Their desire is stronger than any undertow . . . and once it pulls them under, it won't let go.

My Thoughts:
I love this series. Holly played a small role in "Summer at the shore" last year and ever since then I've been excited to read her story. This book did not disappoint. If Seashell Bay was a real place, I'd be there in an instant. Holly grew up on the island, but left to pursue a career, now she returns to help out with her aunts shop/ Micah has always had a crush on Holly ever since they were kids, now with Holly back in town, Micah can finally have his shot and try to convince Holly that Seashell is where she belongs. I love small town romances, there's just something really magical about them, to me at least. All the books in this series can be read as a stand-alone. This is a book y'all will definitely want to read.
Check out my review of Summer at the shore.

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V.K. Sykes is really two people – Vanessa Kelly and Randy Sykes, a husband and wife team who write USA Today Bestselling contemporary romance and also romantic suspense. Randy excels at plot and characterization, but tends to fall down on the job when it comes to that pesky old thing called emotion. That’s where Vanessa steps in. She usually writes the sex scenes too, since Randy is a bit uncomfortable when it comes to that sort of stuff. Vanessa also writes award-winning Regency-set historical romance for Kensington Zebra under her own name. You can check out Vanessa’s bestselling historical romances at

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