One of my favorite pass times is reading. I’m checking a few books off my reading list. I just finished A Week at the Beach, by Virginia Jewel. It was a big deviation for me because I’m a true crimes reader. I loved the book, it’s an easy read and great if you like romances.
First, the book is about 2 friends, Chrissy and Cami, who are from New York. Chrissy’s stepfather owns a beach house in the Outer Banks, so they head there for a week’s vacation. The house is occupied when they arrive. Darren, who is related to Chrissy’s step father, and his friend Nick have also decided to use the family beach house. Let the fun begin.
Next, Chrissy is party girl who seems to have things handed to her on a silver platter. Cami is the complete opposite. She’s the good girl who doesn’t party much or hook up with guys that she just meets. She comes from a middle class family and is a school teacher. In spite of their differences, they remain friends and share life’s ups and downs. As a result, a week in the Outer Banks brings thrills for both of them.
Most of all, the author does a good job of keeping the reader engaged with each of the characters. The story takes several unexpected turns, so bring a bowl of popcorn and your favorite drink. You may not want to put it down. The language is appropriate ,and it doesn’t go into too many details during the sex acts. I downloaded the e-book from Amazon for free; however, I would recommend purchasing the paperback.
In conclusion, the book is a great read in the airport or on the plane. Not traveling, curl up in front of the fireplace or during that much needed break in the bathtub. I will be checking out more of Virginia Jewel’s e-books. I’ll keep you posted.