Tuesday, July 22, 2014

The Gull Motel: A Barefoot Book by Amie Denman Review

Title: The Gull Motel
Series: A Barefoot Book
Author: Amie Denman
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Pages: 156
Price: $2.99
Thoughts: Perfect summer read.

Book Synopsis:

Savvy Thorpe’s brainy reputation is put to the test when her aunt and uncle hand over their shabby beach motel on the Gulf Coast of Florida. Between resisting her sexy neighbor, managing a motel, and unraveling a real estate scheme, Savvy has to find a way to keep her footing in hot shifting sand.
Savvy Thorpe needs a vacation. Finally finished with college, she heads to her favorite shabby motel on Florida’s Gulf Coast where her aunt and uncle always save her room twenty-four. She quickly finds out, though, that The Gull Motel is not just her home away from home. It’s hers to manage while her aunt and uncle take an extended trip.

Skip McComber, The Gull’s former maintenance man, has been working on Savvy’s nuts and bolts for years. Now the new owner of the bar next door, his mission is to renovate a pirate bar while being a walking temptation for the girl he can’t get off his mind.
For Savvy, keeping her cool running a motel in Florida heat is one thing, but navigating the steamy waters of a former fling takes a whole other kind of savvy. In addition to the motel and the man next door, Savvy stumbles on a plot to swindle land from the residents of Barefoot Key. Devalued properties tumble like dominoes until Savvy musters her colorful crew from The Gull Motel to make the pillagers walk the plank.


An easy, relaxing read, perfect for summer. I found myself unwinding as I read Savvy's story. The characters were awesome, the setting was one I'd love to escape to, and there's even a hot guy. It's a great beach read. If you're looking for a good summer read that's fast-paced and relaxing, definitely grab this book.

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