ARC Review: Gypsy Beach by Jillian Neal
A Gypsy Beach Novel
Expected publication: June 23rd 2015 by Realm Press
Single father, Ryan McNamara, returns to the only place he’d ever been happy, Gypsy Beach. This time he’s divorced, broken, but determined to make something of his life.
Sienna Cooper is determined to forget Ryan, the last decade, and all of the hurt he’d left her with. She’s got enough spunk and Gypsy fire in her soul to make this work. She’s going to run her grandmother’s inn and make it a success. But when a chance encounter throws them back together, the passions ignite and the past doesn’t feel so far out of reach.
Can they rekindle the love they’d once had? Can he convince her that he never intends to walk away again? Will a potent dose of unending lust, a lifetime of love, and enough hot-blooded Gypsy spirit be enough to save them both?
It’s in a gypsy’s heart to always roam, the wind will always lead them back home.
Sienna’s gypsy blood has had her roaming to find her place in the world. One of the things I enjoyed most about her. She’s a free spirit. Fun and magical, and a dreamer. Sexy is a natural way that makes her inner beauty shine through.
Ryan is a damn good man whose life got twisted though no fraught of his own. He’s trying pick up the pieces and restart his life. Putting him right in the path of the one thing that has never left his mind for the last ten years.
Jillian Neal transports the reader to what seems like a very real and magical place with her world of Gypsy Beach. Filling a cozy and charming town with interesting and charismatic people that make you laugh and think. Making the reader fall for the magic that lingers is the air like salt. Ryan and Sienna are perfect for each other. Complementing one another in every way. Gypsy Beach will make you smile. A quick, perfect beach or sitting on the deck read!
A review cool was provided by the author/publisher for an honest review.
Posted on June 24, 2015, in ARC, Review and tagged ARC, beach read, Contemporary Romance, Gypsy Beach, Jillian Neal, review, Rock Star PR. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.
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