Sunset Beach Paperback – Jun 1 2009
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A compelling story of betrayal, revelation, and forgiveness, Sunset Beach is filled with surprises. Once again, Perry made me chuckle and in the midst of drama. Rich characters, a quirky beach house, and old friends Julian and Zeke make Sunset Beach a must read. Novel Journey and I give it a very high recommendation.
I really enjoyed the dynamics between the different characters in this book. Each character provides something special to this wonderful group that Trish gathers together in this story. Sonny was my favorite, but I found that I could relate to them all in different ways.
Trish transports you off to this beautiful beach and eclectic beach house, making this book a wonderful and entertaining escape. I truly loved this book and highly recommend it. It's has a little bit of everything with drama, relationships, romance, and great Christian themes that we can all apply to our own lives. I look forward to reading more books from Trish Perry in the future.
A complimentary copy was provided for an honest review.
That being said, I enjoyed this book! Our heroine Sonny is likeable, realistic, and struggles with the same things I did when I was a coed in college. (In San Diego also) Our hero, Grig is the type of boy you want your daughters to marry, and if you have daughters give them this book to read so they can see the benefits of being with a strong Christian man.
This is a great book to read on vacation and well worth the time and money spent.
Keleigh Crigler Hadley[...]
I was a little sad not to see any of the characters from Trish's previous novels pop up in this book. I've just gotten used to seeing Kara,Ren, Jeremy and Tiffany all the time and I missed seeing a familiar face. This book is also more romance than the previous books and had less of a chick lit feel. If I had to label it, this would be a contemporary romance book. If there was anything I had a real problem with in this book, it was the use of the extremely short chapters. There would be chapters that were only a page and a half. While this may not be a problem to others, to me it just made the flow of the story keep halting. Some chapters would consist only of a character's single action or though and didn't really help to keep the story moving along. It felt slightly disjointed to me while reading. This however was a minor qualm.
Reading this book made me feel like I was at the beach house myself. I could hear the waves crashing, feel the sun's warmth on me, and just wanted to kick back and relax on the sand and get a tan. This book is perfect for a day at the beach or if you can't make it there yourself, it's the next best thing for a getaway.