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Falling for a handsome stranger on the very morning they meet is hardly what recently divorced Abby Miller planned for her return to Seaview Key. Hoping to mend an old friendship and to give back to the community she loves, Abby's definitely not looking for love. For ex-soldier Seth Landry, Seaview Key seems like the perfect place to heal a broken heart…eventually. And when he rescues a beautiful woman on the beach, his nightmares about the past are eclipsed by daydreams about the future. Neither Abby nor Seth is looking for forever, but powerful love has its own timetable. And taking a chance on the future will test their courage in ways neither of them could possibly have anticipated.
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By Hilary on 02-21-14
This story had potential but lagged throughout.
What would have made Home to Seaview Key better?
Seth and Abbey could have been less wimpy with each other. Seth was much too weirded out about her money and both of them were much too afraid of the commitment thing. That went on for way too long. It almost had a whiney tone to it. The whole story needed some oomph to it.
What could Sherryl Woods have done to make this a more enjoyable book for you?
Make Seth more of a heroic figure. The feel of romance was missing. There was no bad guy either. No sense of danger at any time that they had to over come. Something to make the story a page turner.
How could the performance have been better?
Her voice for Seth at times made him sound like a teenager so she needs to improve her adult male dialogue voice. It would help over all of she could use a slightly less calm and quiet voice as I was often made sleepy listening to this story.
If you could play editor, what scene or scenes would you have cut from Home to Seaview Key?
Perhaps one or two of the scenes with Luke and Hannah discussing her insecurities about his relationship with Abbey. That was supposed to have been taken care of in their story and none of us wants that so endlessly rehashed in the next book.