Moonstone Beach - Linda Seed

Moonstone Beach

By Linda Seed

  • Release Date: 2016-07-13
  • Genre: Contemporary
Score: 4.5
From 195 Ratings


She’s a divorcee who’s still struggling to recover. He’s notorious for his reckless ways with women. What could possibly go wrong?

Kate Bennet owns a small bookstore in the breathtaking Central Coast town of Cambria, California. Two years out from a divorce that left her emotionally fragile, she’s starting to think that maybe she’s ready for love again—or at least for a fling with a hot man. Jackson Graham is a local chef who’s controlling when it comes to food, careless when it comes to love, and temperamental when it comes to just about everything.

When Kate’s friends set things up between Kate and Jackson, she expects some casual pleasure followed by a hasty goodbye, but Jackson’s long-term crush on Kate means that he’s in this one to win. The problem is, neither he nor Kate knows whether he can change the self-defeating habits that usually send women scurrying for the door.

MOONSTONE BEACH is the first book in the Main Street Merchants series by Linda Seed. Read the novel readers have called “funny,” “delightful,” and “captivating.”

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  • Moonstone Beach

    By Bec.OinTX
    Great book. It kept me interested at first then I was obsessed to keep reading, so much so that I'm sleep deprived. Sad I finished it but will start the next series.
  • Moonstone Beach

    By UP Sherwood
    Book is a nice story with interesting tidbits along the way. I do recommend this book. The story moves along nicely.
  • Moonstone Beach by Linda Seed

    By LuvsKU
    The story was everything I hoped for in a romance novel. It gave me insight into the characters background and shared their highs and lows and things about their friends/confidants. I fell in love and rooted for the main characters and experienced their hurt through the eyes of the Author. It left me wanting more of Jackson and Kate and their friends.
  • Moonstone Beach

    By Hmz 1
    This book was ok until the author used God's name in vein many, many places. I tried to over look it & continue but, I just couldn't support a book that did that.
  • Moonstone Beach

    By NolaWin65
    My first and last book by this author. Absolutely no substance to this book. It was like being part of a really bad conversation that abruptly ends.
  • Great storyline

    By Coyotecactus
    Like the way this author writes. Good book for adults.
  • Amazing!

    By Pinkgirlrayray
    Excellent romantic read with a great plot. It wasn't too slow, and it had a fantastic setting and charming characters!
  • Real

    By baseballgirl123
    Two adults who fall in love, with a little humor, some help from their meddling friends and a beautiful setting. Nicely done. A true plus? No typos or glaring grammatical errors. Can't wait for the second one.
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