Beach Colors-Shelley Noble

Beach Colors

Shelley Noble

Morrow, Jun 12 2012, $14.99

ISBN: 9780062103086

 

Designer Margaux Sullivan introduced her line to universal praise at New York City’s Fashion Week.  However, while she shows off her line, her husband Louis vanishes, but not before emptying all their accounts.  Still reeling, Margaux takes another double shot to her gut when the bank forecloses on her Manhattan-based business and her apartment.  Humiliated, despondent and feeling like an idiot, Margaux crawls back to her family’s summer beach house in Crescent Cove, Connecticut where Police Chief Nick Prescott greets her with a speeding ticket.

 

Nick a townie wanted Margaux when they were growing up but never crossed the great divide between the permanent and the summer.  After a stint with the army, he came home to help his mom raise his nephew Connor.  He still wants the star of his fantasies, but gave her a ticket anyway because she was thirty miles over the limit.  As she enjoys the beach with Nick and Connor, Margaux works on a new line to regain her position at the top of haute couture ladder, but will soon need to decide between New York and Connecticut.

 

This is a warm contemporary romance starring two engaging protagonists and a caring support cast (Manhattan and Connecticut) with one exception; Louis is a pathetic weasel who not only stole their savings, he visits Margaux to demand she give him more money.  The enjoyable storyline focuses on love and goals as the heroine must choose between ambition to overcome her shame and her love for Nick and Connor though there is a third option if she wished for it at the grotto.

 

Harriet Klausner

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