Thursday, May 16, 2013

Barefoot in the Sun (Barefoot Bay #3) by Roxanne St. Claire

When running is all you've ever known . . . 

Caught between fight and flight, Zoe Tamarin has always picked flight. Since she was rescued from a nightmare childhood by her great-aunt Pasha, they've been on the move, never staying in one place long enough to risk exposing their precarious past. But now that they've reached the sun-baked shores of Barefoot Bay, Zoe may have to stay and fight--for her aunt's life . . . and for a love she ran from years before.

Sometimes the bravest act of all is to stand still.

Oliver Bradbury came to Florida to start over, as both a doctor and a father to his eight-year-old son. He never expected life to hand him a second chance with the woman he lost years ago--but one look at Zoe Tamarin and he knows he'll do whatever it takes to prove that this time, he can be the man she needs. But when demands of family and friendship threaten to shatter their rekindled passion, Oliver must heal Zoe's lifelong wounds with more than hot kisses . . . but will that be enough to keep her from flying off with his heart?

 I started reading this book and I was a little lost in the story. I know there are two other books in this series, so I had a hard time trying to figure out who was who in the story. I also had a hard time finishing the book, but after a few days I made myself sit and finish the last 70 pages in one sitting.  I didn't really enjoy the story, but if someone is reading the series and into the stories then I think this would be a good book for the readers to read. 

But if a reader has never read the first two books in the series then it would be hard to start the third book and be able to understand what is going on.  I'd really suggest reading the first two books, first.  I think this is a good romance book for those readers who like the stories and the series. I think Roxanne St. Claire is a pretty gifted author I just think she should try writing other types of novels as well as the romance books.  I would like to see Mrs. St. Claire write other stories and I would be willing to read those as well. Overall I give this book a “B-.”

*I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.  Tiffany

1 comment:

  1. I'm dying to read this book, I've heard so much about it. Loved the review!


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