Sierra came to Sunset Beach for relaxation--not for world-class surfing and certainly not for romance! When a wealthy friend offers Sierra Jensen a vacation at an oceanfront beach house, she envisions a quiet retreat where she can plan her next move. Instead, she arrives at the start of the noisy surfing competitions and is surprised to learn that her friend had an ulterior motive--namely, introducing Sierra to Jordan Bryce, the tenant staying below them.
Jordan is a photographer whose lens and attention are focused on the surfers, and he is not willing to let anyone get in his way of landing the next cover shot for Surf Days magazine. Sierra and Jordan came to Sunset Beach looking for different things. But as the surf pounds the North Shore, will they discover something better than either of them had imagined?
I have loved every Robin Jones Gunn book that I've ever read. Honestly.
I haven't read any of her YA novels where Sierra Jensen was apparently introduced. I'm a bit glad that I got to know Sierra in Sunset Beach, Hawaii as an adult rather than a teenager.
This book was amazing!
I loved learning about Hawaii and the photography/surf scene. I enjoyed getting to know Sierra and Jordan in that setting.
This book makes me want to visit Hawaii even more than I already did!
I was drawn to this book by the cover and was not disappointed in the contents. It was a great addition to my Robin Jones Gunn reads :)
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