Moonstone Beach

Rated 3.67/5 based on 3 reviews
She’s a divorcee who’s still struggling to recover. He’s notorious for his reckless ways with women. What could possibly go wrong? 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.” More
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About Linda Seed

Linda Seed, a former journalist, lives in Cambria, California, with her husband, art writer John Seed, and their children. Linda’s romances, including the Main Street Merchants series and the Delaneys of Cambria series, are set on California’s Central Coast.

Linda began writing novels early in life, authoring her first—a Breakfast Club–style saga of teenage angst—when she was seventeen. She came to the romance genre considerably later, deciding well into her forties that the world probably already had enough angst and needed stories of love and hope. Her debut novel, Moonstone Beach, was selected as a Barnes & Noble top pick.

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About the Series: Main Street Merchants
Kate Bennet, Genevieve Porter, Rose Watkins, and Lacy Jordan are bound by friendship and by their mutual love of their home, the breathtaking beach town of Cambria, California. They have their work in the picturesque shops of Main Street, and they have each other. The only thing missing is love.

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Reviews of Moonstone Beach by Linda Seed

Tendait1 reviewed on Feb. 25, 2021

It was a good read.
(review of free book)
tazzymc reviewed on June 17, 2017

A fun but mindless romance. If you want an intelligent novel don't bother, but if you want a light holiday read with a happy ending go for it
(review of free book)
Abdel zilpha reviewed on March 25, 2017

Wow... It was an okay read.
(review of free book)
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