Book Review: WaterColor Wishes


WaterColor Wishes 
Melissa Chambers 
Publication date: August 20th 2019
Genres: Adult, Contemporary, Romance

Description: Marigold Appleton was made for the laid-back beach life of picturesque WaterColor, Florida. Unfortunately, her bank account was not. She’s about to lose her gift shop due to her hidden location. When the town which rarely allows hotels announces they are designating a plot of land for one, Marigold convinces her father to bid on the land and build one of his boutique hotels on it so she can move her shop into it. But also bidding on the same plot of land is property developer and insanely hunky Dane Knight. She’s got to keep her guard up, because his interest in her may be only to get her to drop her bid for the land. She just wishes he wasn’t the first guy in years to make her knees buckle.

For weeks, Dane has been trying to get the girl he met at the bonfire out of his brain. As she crystalizes in front of him at the bar of the WaterColor clubhouse, he knows his daydreams of her didn’t stack up to the real thing. But he just got out of a poisonous relationship. His ex has a bad habit of dropping her kids off without notice, and he’s too big of a sucker for them to say no. A relationship with Marigold is out of the question. But after he gives in to his weakness for her for the first time, he knows he’s never going to be able to get her out of his heart.

My Review:

WaterColor Wishes was my first book I read by Melissa Chambers and let me just tell you I want to read the rest of her series! This is the fourth book in her series: Love Along 30a. 30A is on the panhandle of Florida. If  you have never been there, I highly recommend it! I have been there and the beach are the atmosphere is great!
Dane met Marigold at a bond fire and has not stopped thinking about her. One night Dane and his twin brother are at a bar and see Marigold. You will not believe what happens during this section! It will make you question if they can even have a relationship.  Marigold has a gift shop that is not doing the best due to location, but Dane save the day when he came to help her with a costume contact with the kids. Marigold was surprised by how well Dane worked with kids that it threw red flags out there. Dane comes with baggage, but I am not going to tell you how, you will have to read and find out.I do like how the book had each of them work throughout their lives and how it would have been done in real life. This book was so good it could be turned into a film.
I highly recommend reading it and I plan on reading more of the series soon!

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