In the latest Ten Beach Road novel, Maddie, Nikki, and Avery all move into cottages at the Sunshine Hoteland in this charming new location, begin to pursue daring new dreams.After giving up their renovation-turned-reality-TV-show Do Over, the ladies of Ten Beach Road move into cottages at the Sunshine Hotel and turn their beloved Bella Flora over to its wealthy mystery tenant. Now, each woman will be forced to reexamine and redefine her life, relationships, and dreams....
|Title||:||Best Beach Ever (Ten Beach Road #6)|
|Number of Pages||:||368 pages|
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Best Beach Ever (Ten Beach Road #6) Reviews
We meet the women still at the Sunshine Hotel & Beach Club. They all have important decisions to make about their lives and how to move forward. Maddie is going on tour with Will but feels like she is not herself since she is not doing anything, Avery is in love with Chase but can't commit, Kyra is still upset about having to rent out Bella Flora and agreeing to let her son, Dustin, be in a movie with his father, Nikki is struggling with being a mother of twins and with her weight but feels ...more
Best Beach Ever by Wendy Wax is the sixth novel in Ten Beach Road series. January 2 has rolled around, and the ladies have moved out of Bella Flora, so tenant can move in. They have into their cottages at the Sunshine Hotel. Madeline Singer is getting ready to go on tour with her rocker boyfriend, Will. Kyra and her son, Dustin will be departing in two weeks for Orlando where Dustin will make his acting debut in his father’s, Daniel Deranian new film. Kyra is not looking forward to spending six ...more
I would recommend reading the other books in the series before reading this one. I read it without having read the rest of them and while it was still a really enjoyable read I think it would have been easier for me to get into if I knew more of the background info. It was still a fun read though. I loved the relationships the woman had formed and how supportive they were of each other. There is a wide variety of characters, each with their own quirks and problems. I found that I liked each of ...more
This was my first introduction to these characters and while the book does stand alone, there is a lot of backstories that would probably be beneficial to read. Best Beach Ever has a lot of characters in it and sometimes it is hard to keep track of whose story is whose as it jumps around a lot. There wasn't anything particularly engaging in this story but I suspect it's because this is where I started. If you already know these characters, you'll probably enjoy the read. It isn't bad, it just is ...more
As always, love this series and the women of #TenBeachRoad! Review to follow closer to pub date. #CoverCrush!
The women of 10 Beach Road are back and I couldn't be happier! Reading the book is catching up with old friends. You are rooting for them to succeed in all they do- love, family and careers - and want to be toasting the sunset on the beach with them. Nicki is struggling to lose the baby weight and be super Mom to her twins while Joe is traveling for work. Avery is afraid to let her heart trust the love she feels for Chase after her hurt her. Bitsy is still looking to find her husband and get som ...more
Another fun read in the Ten Beach Road series! I've read the first one and the fourth one, and missing a few in between didn't negatively impact my enjoyment of this book. I would like to go back and read the ones I missed though! However, I definitely recommend at least reading the first one in the series before reading this one! I love the characters in this series and found myself particularly interested in Kyra's character in this book. It's easy to get wrapped up in this book and keep turni ...more
I really wanted to like this book. I was looking forward to a fun, light, summer read. But it turned out to be mostly depressing.
Every one of the main characters was dealing with some sort of life problem, and none of them were handling it well. It felt like they were all afraid of their own emotional shadows, and there was a lot of whining, whimpering, and out and out crying going on. As one was even told in the book, they all needed to ‘get a backbone.’ For that reason, I didn’t ever connect w ...more