Moonshell Beach

Moonshell Beach

Book - 2012
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He no longer believed in anything.
But she believed in him.

J.T. Douchett has returned home to shut out the world and escape the memories that haunt him from his final mission as a Marine. When he reluctantly agrees to provide security for a town event, the last thing he expects is to experience unbidden feelings for Irish movie star Mary Joyce. Mary has surprised everyone--including herself--by accepting an invitation to a film festival in Shelter Bay. The Oregon coastal town immediately charms her, and an even larger surprise is encountering the stoic man who could be everything she's dreamed of.

As J.T. struggles to keep Mary at arm's length, she reminds herself that she's never been attracted to the strong, silent type. And having known so much sorrow, he's afraid to risk getting close to anyone. But in Shelter Bay, even the most strongly guarded heart is no match for love.
Publisher: New York : New American Libary, c2012.
ISBN: 9780451237385
Characteristics: 342 p. ;,18 cm.


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Jul 06, 2013

13/06 - Not nearly as good as the other Shelter Bay books. The story didn't focus on JT and Mary's story enough, there was too much time spent on wrapping up previous couples' stories and creating the beginning of new ones for future books. The romance was disappointing, not long enough and not particularly interesting. It was like Ross wasn't all that interested in writing the two very short scenes, like they were throwaway scenes - it's a romance book so it has to have a romance scene, doesn't mean the author has to put any effort into it. If you're a fan of the series I would almost recommend you skip this one, otherwise you might feel like giving up the series altogether and, hopefully considering the quality of the previous books, that would be a shame.

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