FORBIDDEN KISSES (Blushing Bay #1)

FORBIDDEN KISSES                                                ANNIE RAINS

For years, Jack Sawyer’s family has been running their upscale seafood business like a finely tuned machine. But every machine breaks down eventually, and suddenly Jack needs a new office manager, a new kayak launch, and a new lease on life. Then Grace Donner shows up again. She’s smart, motivated, and perfect for the manager position, but if she’s anything like her mom, she can’t be trusted. And Jack has never been able to trust himself around Grace.

Grace hasn’t seen her former stepbrothers since their parents’ messy divorce, but she never forgot them—especially Jack. She misses being part of the big rambunctious Sawyer clan, and if there’s an opportunity to set things right, she means to do it. But she can’t ignore Jack’s irresistibly kissable lips or the searing way he looks at her when he thinks she’s not looking. Their chemistry is more explosive than ever. And if the Sawyers can forgive and forget, anything is possible.

MY REVIEW:
Have you had one of those stories where you are asking yourself questions about the secondary characters in the story and wondering?  You know the ones, the ones that happily leaving you wanting more.
     This comes across in the synopsis as a taboo or forbidden relationship and had their parents stayed married maybe it would be a delicate bridge to cross for sure.  But her you have two young people who have known each other since they were ten.  Their hearts fell then when their hearts were still pure.
     They only knew how to be the best of friends and now family.  Grace Donner had no siblings when her mom, Tammy, married well thought after, Pete Sawyer.  He was the father of three sons Sam, Jack, and Noah.  Jack was the one that stole her heart.  Pete and the boys took them both in as their family they went from nobodies to somebodies.
     Until her mother went on a shopping spree to end all shopping sprees.  And what came next would never be forgiven causing them both to be banished from the family.  So, the family that said they loved her and she was one of them for five years didn’t exist for the last fifteen in this small seaside town.
     But, with no job, an ill mother, and twenty dollars in her purse she was willing to gravel when she heard an interview going on behind her back at a coffee shop.  When the last two interviews didn’t seem to go off well she figured she would take a shot.  She jumps up into her credits for the job not looking the person in the eye and when she does she realizes it's none other than Jack…

     See how this tale takes some twist and turns but for sure keeps you on your feet.  I really enjoyed it.  So, glad it’s the first in a series.  I give this: 5 stars.  Provided by netgalley.com.  Follow us at www.1rad-readerreviews.com.

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