Wish Upon a Shell
By Kay Correll
- Release Date: 2016-11-14
- Genre: Romance
Wish Upon a Shell Kay Correll Book Review Score: ★★★★★ 5/5 stars
Sometimes the right person enters your life at exactly the wrong time...
For the first time in her life, struggling bakery owner Julie Farmington has something that is all hers.
She’s not interested in any entanglements or anything that takes her mind off her goal—including the handsome stranger who is only in town for a month.
Forced to take time off work, Reed Newman makes a spur-of-the-moment decision and books a trip to Belle Island, Florida. A surprising choice that goes against everything in the rigid, well-planned life he fills with constant activity to keep from dealing with his pain and guilt.
As he struggles to make peace with his past—and learn to relax—he finds himself falling for the charming owner of The Sweet Shoppe. But Julie tells herself she isn’t interested in a man who is just going to leave when he returns home. She’s not interested in adding yet one more name to the list of people who have walked out of her life.
But emotions heat up. Reed's past and Julie's present collide and history threatens to repeat itself.
And neither one saw it coming...
Get this heartwarming first book in the Lighthouse Point series. Three friends—Tally, Susan, and Julie—support each other through triumphs and failures, love and loss. Fall in love with Belle Island and the friendly—or not so friendly—townsfolk on this small southern island.
Read the entire Lighthouse Point series:
Wish Upon a Shell - Book One
Wedding on the Beach - Book Two
Love at the Lighthouse - Book Three
Cottage Near the Point - Book Four
Return to the Island - Book Five
Bungalow by the Bay - Book Six
Try the Comfort Crossing Series - Camille from Lighthouse Point is off causing trouble in this series too…
The Shop on Main
The Memory Box
The Christmas Cottage
The Christmas Scarf
The Magnolia Cafe
The Unexpected Wedding
Or try the Sweet River series - you’ll find familiar characters from Comfort Crossing and Lighthouse Point
A Dream to Believe in
A Memory to Cherish
A Song to Remember
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User reviews about this book
Enjoyed the storyline
I enjoyed this book because the storyline was continuous. The three friends looking out for each other and the secrets that came out at just the right times.
Coming to Hallmark At Anytime
Sqeaky Clean? Check
Maturity level of barely legal adults vs. actual people capable of their careers? Check, Check.
Too much like a high school drama than actual adults with life experience.
From Skepticism to Delight
By Coraline Ëic
I was skeptical at first as I always am of free iBooks, but my skepticism was misplaced in this instance. I have rarely read a story with more heart, more deliciously eccentric characters, or a more thoroughly investing plot. I couldn’t stop reading, yet several times I had to put it down because I was getting too excited. A beautiful heartwarming story that I fully recommend Kay Corel’s book for beach vacations, late summer evenings, or anyone who just loves quaint lighthouses and sweet romances. I look forward to continuing to read about these wonderful women.
Smushy love story
This was chosen because of its island location but it just proved to be a smushy love story. I always read anything I start so finished it up. Would be a light beach read if you like such things. Not my scene, love not the beach. I good with beaches!
Wish Upon a Shell
By album wall
Wish upon a shell
By l bass
Thoroughly enjoyed this book from start to finish. Thank you for such a good story, well written and very believable characters. Can’t wait to read more.
Only made it a little past chapter 2. Boring.
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