Mariner's Cove (Contemporary Beach Romance)

Adult
Rated 5.00/5 based on 3 reviews
Do you believe in fate? Nikki Winchester, a young widow with children, wasn't looking for romance. All she wanted was two glorious weeks of solitude before starting a new job. "Brook" Brooklyn was picking up the pieces of his life after a costly divorce, and Mariner's Cove was the perfect place to do it. He wasn't expecting his first renter to be everything he wanted or for his cousin to ruin it. More

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About E. Ayers

Author of Contemporary Romance and YA.

E. Ayers is an avid reader and loves a good romance. A true believer in love at first sight because it happened to her, she thinks everyone should find that special someone. When it happens, it’s magical. Writing about true love is what she enjoys doing and when she’s not spending time with her two dogs and waiting on his royal highness (the cat), she’s busy writing. The official matchmaker for all the characters who wander through her brain, she likes finding just the right ones to create a story.

She writes a slice-of-life novel, the romantic slice in two characters lives. In today's world, most people have careers and responsibilities. Figuring out how to blend two separate lives into one can be a huge dilemma. No one is perfect. She brings that into what she writes.

The fantasy of a handsome hunk who will sweep the damsel off her feet and carry her off to a castle in the clouds is still there, but that castle is probably a condo. And that damsel isn't going to be persuaded by a few smooth lines.

E. Ayers adores hearing from her fans and can be found on Facebook and at her website.

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Reviews

Review by: Bob Elliot on Sep. 20, 2011 :
Sweet. Nothing was obvious in the beginning and that is a fun way to begin a story. Hmm, first you meet Nikki looking to make sense of her life by a private vacation in Maine leaving family and friends behind. Then you meet Brooklyn, don't bother pondering the name because he is a lawyer running away from his marriage and his job. What can these two possibly find interesting about each other. Can't be Nikki's two children who are still trying to deal with the death of their father - a police officer. Nor is Brooklyn's cute but very spoiled daughter. But there they all are in this little lobster pot town looking for a better life. Who is going to find it, if anyone. Oh yeah, there is some heat in here. Gotta love it the story. Damned good story. Get it.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

Review by: Loren Lagier on June 04, 2011 :
I really enjoyed this book. There is a definite twist to the story which I loved. I also loved the setting of the book. I connected to the main character of the story because she was real. She is a real woman with real problems that must be over come despite what life throws at her. She is not your typical plastic beauty. I highly recommend this book.
(reviewed within a week of purchase)

Review by: Ernest Winchester on June 03, 2011 :
A well-written story of a young widow on a two-week respite encountering a young lawyer, both with children in tow, which changes each of their lives. Love blossoms under the most unusual of circumstances.
(reviewed within a week of purchase)

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