Gia Malone wants one thing and one thing only: to be the best surfer in the world. Her biggest obstacle is the annoyingly perky Elle Britton. Not only is Elle number one in the rankings, shes also a fan favorite. But theres a lot about Elle that Gia never noticed, like her surprising sense of humor and picture-perfect mouth. Elle Britton is tired. After tournaments, fan meet-ups, and nonstop media requests, all she wants in the world is a little peace and quiet. But with Gia Malone closing in on her ranking, she has to surf her best. When the media picks up the story of their neck and neck status, Elle finds herself forced further into the spotlight, this time alongside Gia, the knockout with the killer shred and sexy smile. Its not long before theres no denying the chemistry on and off the beach. But only one can winCover Artist: Jeanine HenningGenres: Contemporary / Romance...
|Title||:||Sparks Like Ours (Seven Shores #3)|
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Sparks Like Ours (Seven Shores #3) Reviews
I’ve tried to write four reviews on this book and it just isn’t working. I end up getting a little...grrrr...and how in the world can I be grrrr when Brayden books are so sticky sweet that I feel like I’m drowning in a cotton candy machine? I have nothing much to add to the reviews except to say that I wasn’t a fan of this one. Even though it’s supposed to have some ‘know what’s important’ moral, the entire (view spoiler)[this-is-how-love-affects-your-job-performance-you-silly-emotional-women (h ...more
This is book 3 of the 'Seven shores' series featuring four friends living in Venice beach, California which I recommend to read chronologically. 'Sparks like ours' is the story of Gia Malone, a professional surfer, and Elle Britton, world champion surfer and Gia's fiercest competitor. As number two in the world, Gia is determined to beat Elle whom she considers superficial and too perky. But when an advertising campaign brings them working together, Gia starts reconsidering her opinion about Ell ...more
A rather good enemies-to-lovers story with a very promising beginning and a so-so ending.
My favorite in the series so far! Though, I think Hadley's could be the sweetest...we will see.
I was highly anticipating this story as Gia has been the most mysterious of the group of friends...And this was pretty hot I have to say. The chemistry was great. The dialogue was witty. There was a nod to a couple if the Soho Loft girls. Just a really great read!!
4.5 stars rounded up....because when do you read a character dressing up as a cow?
I received an ARC from the publisher via Netgalley in exc ...more
Sparks Like Ours by Melissa Brayden is the third book in her Seven Shores series. While the book can be read as a stand-alone, its better to read them in order, so that it isn’t one big giant spoiler for books one and two. As always, Brayden brings something a little extra and refreshing to the romance formula that she has perfected.
Gia Malone is hitting her stride as she rises in the ranks of women’s professional surfing. The biggest thing, no person, in her way is perky Elle Britton. She’s cur ...more
Another fantastic novel from the pen of the formidable, Melissa Brayden.
Gia Malone has worked for years to climb the surfing championship ladder and she’s finally one win away from being number one in the world. The only person standing in her way is the current number one, Elle Britton.
When Elle and Gia are thrown together in a new marketing campaign they begin to let their competitive guards down, ultimately seeing each other in a way they never could before. But when surfing has always been n ...more
*I received this book from Bold Strokes Books and Netgalley for an honest review*
A weird thing happened when I turned to this book. I was getting flashes of the most recent previous work I’d read, unexpected as I didn’t expect any real similarity. I kind of had a ‘darn’ moment there, but the fact that both books start off with a heterosexual woman and a lesbian eyeballing each other is similar-ish, but everything else was/is different. For one, in the previous book they were eyeballing each othe ...more