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Melissa Moran is the perfect narrator for this "Sweet with Heat" romance that is exactly that. I love how she voices the girls of the Seaside community. This is a funny and romantic story from Addison Cole that focuses on Bella and her instant attraction to hot police officer Caden Grant, who meets her while she is in an unusual and compromising position. Bella is a school teacher from Connecticut and she is making major life changes that don't include a relationship. Caden is a single father with a teenage son and all of the typical teenage challenges. There are definitely sexy times between Caden and Bella but the details are left to the readers imagination. Loved this sweet romance. Kudos to Addison Cole.
Dreaming at Seaside: Sweet with Heat: Seaside Summer, Book 2
I received an audiobook ARC in exchange for an honest review. Melissa Moran is a new narrator to me and she did a wonderful job of bringing the story to life.
I used to vacation in Wellfleet so I love that this series is set here with the Seaside girls.
Bella Abbascia is a strong, loyal and feisty woman with a sassy sense of humor who lives for pranks. She's a high school teacher who made the mistake of dating someone from work that ended and she's looking for a major change in her life. She goes back to the place she's been spending every summer with her besties, the Seaside Girls since she was a child! She has always loved it here and decides to take this time to take a break from men and figure out what will make her happy.
Officer Caden Grant and his teenage son Evan have recently moved from Boston to Wellfleet after losing his best friend and partner. Caden is a devoted single dad who was never married to his college sweetheart, Evan's mother and between work and raising Evan, there's been little time for much else.
During an evening community patrol, Caden catches Bella and friends mid prank. The girls are clearly tipsy and yet adorable. The attraction is instant and unsettling.
As the two spend more time together, they each have their own issues to face. Evan gets involved with some "bad" kids and it causes Caden to question whether or not he's spending too much time with Bella and not enough with Evan. Is it possible to be a good dad and find love?
Bella is conflicted as well. Should she move from Connecticut and start a new career? Is there room in her life with all these changes for a real relationship that includes a teenage boy?
These are real life issues that so many people face today. Addison Cole, Melissa Foster's alter ego has created another love story that will pull you in and leave you feeling sweetly satisfied and wanting more. I look forward to listening to more of Melissa Moran's narration.