Beach House No. 9

Beach House No Christie Ridgway invites you to a special place of sun sand and romance in her new series Beach House No Enjoy this prequel novella and meet the people of Crescent CoveTwo miles of magic That s ho
  • Title: Beach House No. 9
  • Author: Christie Ridgway
  • ISBN: 9781460303368
  • Page: 273
  • Format: ebook
  • Beach House No. 9
    Christie Ridgway invites you to a special place of sun, sand and romance in her new series, Beach House No 9 Enjoy this prequel novella and meet the people of Crescent CoveTwo miles of magic That s how Meg Alexander remembers her childhood home of Crescent Cove on the California coast But Meg doesn t believe in magic any not since heartbreak made her leave at nChristie Ridgway invites you to a special place of sun, sand and romance in her new series, Beach House No 9 Enjoy this prequel novella and meet the people of Crescent CoveTwo miles of magic That s how Meg Alexander remembers her childhood home of Crescent Cove on the California coast But Meg doesn t believe in magic any not since heartbreak made her leave at nineteen and kept her away for ten years.Yet Meg can t say no when her sister asks her to temporarily step in as the cove s property manager and she can t deny her instant attraction to handsome guest Caleb McCall He sparks a desire that Meg hasn t felt in a long time But even as their incredible, incendiary kisses tempt her into a short term fling, her head tells her to pull away.Can Caleb convince her to give love a second chance Return to Crescent Cove in Beach House No 9, Bungalow Nights and The Love Shack, coming soon from Christie Ridgway and Harlequin HQN.
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  • 3.5 starsBook doctor Jane Pearson arrives at the beach house of reclusive war journalist Griffin Lowell NOT expecting him to be hosting a party and surrounded by beauties in bikinis She s been hired to help him through a case of writer s block, but Griffin makes it abundantly clear that he needs no help, especially from someone so prim and proper Jane needs this job, though, and stands her ground Who will win in this battle of witsd reluctant hearts Beach House No 9 by Christie Ridgway is a fun [...]


  • Truly missed my Christie Ridgeway romances, but she is back and I am LOVING this new series so much Jane and Griffin are fun, sexy and just freakin adorable Full Review Posted on atastyreadFor anyone who doesn t know, the book that lured me back into reading romance after I finished college was NOT ANOTHER NEW YEARS by the very amazing and talented, Christie Ridgway It was naughty and nice, and was the raunchiest book I had read, well, up to that point in my life, AND I borrowed it from my MOTHE [...]


  • For this review and my blogA while back I read the second book in this series Bungalow Nights and I wasn t a fan When I was given the opportunity to review the first book in the series I was unsure but decided in the end to give it a go, Bungalow Nights could have been a one off Unfortunately for me that was not the case and I am finally throwing in the towel where this series is concerned.My first big issue with both the first and second books is that writing Christie Ridgway is by no means a [...]


  • I really enjoy these stories from Beach House 9 It s such a magical place.It was the best place for Griffin to end up when he came home after spending a year in Afghanistan as a Journalist witnessing the horrors of war He comes home a broken man who puts up walls and shuts down, spending time around partiers, listening to loud music and drinking and whatever he can do to shut out his thoughts He can t sleep at night, and he does everything to avoid writing the book that Jane is sent to help him [...]


  • In order to find our strengths, we must face our weaknesses Never have I come across powerful words than that statement Almost Always is a proclamation of those words amplified Ms Ridgway speaks to the heart and mind with the courageous journey of Griffin Lowell His adventurous spirit and inquisitive mind has taken him all over the world His experiences have broken his heart, opened his mind and haunted his dreams, but his greatest challenge is born from writer s block One women is determined t [...]


  • Fantastic book There s always a lot of humor and emotion in Christie Ridgway s books and this was no exception I loved both Jane and Griffin Jane has been sent to get Griffin back on track in writing his book about his year with the troops in Afghanistan After the trouble she had reaching him by phone or email she wasn t expecting to find him in the middle of a party at his beach house She also wasn t expecting the immediate zing of attraction she felt for him something that was very unwelcome S [...]


  • Review posted Happily Ever After ReadsBlog rating CJane Pearson needs to save her reputation and career as a book doctor , helping authors in any way she can, to get their books done Her past client, and lover, decided to end their personal relationship but when Jane wasn t too keen on keeping their professional relationship going, he bad mouthed her to anyone who would listen to his bestselling words and now Jane needs to get her career back on track, fast Her current assignment is getting Grif [...]


  • The conflict between Jane and Griffin is equal parts humor and poignancy The reader is convinced that these two stubborn people burdened with baggage from their pasts belong together, and watching them reach this conclusion is fun A strong cast of secondary characters gives the central story greater dimension All the characters from a drama queen teen to a curmudgeonly Pulitzer Prize winning neighbor to a wimpy kid grown into a hot firefighter add their own appeal Hints about a connection betwee [...]


  • Posted on Romancing the Books blogReviewed by MollyReview Copy Provided by NetgalleySo, I wanted to read this series really bad I loved the sound of the beach, the romance, characters that would become friends But, sadly this was not quite what I was expecting.Ms Ridgway captured me in the beginning with Jane and her witty charm She hooked me with the sexy Griffin and his tortured self Then the story started to drag on for me with Jane and Griffin s issues Towards the end, however, it did pick b [...]


  • 3.5 StarsJane Pearson is a Book Doctor She helps authors keep on task, and organizes their thoughts and notes When she is assigned to Griffin Lowell she arrives at Beach House No.9 expecting a hermit but finds her new author surrounded by 20somethings and the host of party central Griffin doesn t want to work, Jane needs the work The fun begins.First I have to say I am a Christie Ridgway fan I love her books and her characters I loved the characters in this book but found myself getting frustrat [...]


  • I liked the premise of this new series, with an almost tropical beach in California where bungalows are rented to different people and bungalow number 9 bring out the romance in the air.However I m not a huge fan of double romances, with two couples in one book, as it always feels to me like the author was not able to develop either story and the characters of each couple enough to really fill in a book Moreover the beginning of this one was rather difficult to overcome Jane was supposedly intel [...]



  • I first saw Beach House No 9 when I was browsing my library s online catalog I was very new to the adult contemporary romances at the time and noticed that the wait list was miles long for this one Despite never having heard of the book nor the author, I put it on hold for myself since everyone else seemed to be reading it too I figured I d see what all the fuss was about This excerpt is taken from my full Three Things Review on Into the Hall of Books Read here intothehallofbooks 201The first t [...]


  • This book was reviewed for SBTB s RITA Readers Challenge 2014.The heroine, Jane Pearson, heads out to Crescent Cove, an idyllic, beach cottage filled gem of not stucco development in Southern California Her job to help Griffin Lowell, a journalist who d TRIGGER WARNING spent a year embedded with American troops in Afghanistan, finish the first half of his memoir in time for the deadline.Jane ruminates on her frizzy, dishwater blond hair, her pleasant but unremarkable features , plain gray eyes, [...]


  • I received a free complimentary book and voluntarily reviewed it.Almost Always is the second book in Christie Ridgway s Almost Paradise series This series takes place in Crescent Cove, California This is the story of Griffin Lowell and Jane Pearson This book is a little different from Ms Ridgway s other books This author skillfully writes this book with two distinct story lines Each has its own profound theme and includes characters with great depth, intelligence and intensity.Griffin was a news [...]


  • This is the second book in the Always series While I thought it would be Skye s story, instead it revolves around the Lowell siblings The Lowell sibs also spent summers at Crescent Cove of Southern California The twins Griffin and Gabe were always thrill seekers and as adults, Gabe is a world traveling photographer and Griffin a war correspondent Tess, their sister, at eighteen was the famous OM girl, of the green tea gum commercial Now she is the married mother of 4 Griffin is contracted to wri [...]


  • Griffin was a reporter imbedded with the military in the war During that time, he submitted articles detailing the truth of the war Now that he s back home, he s under contract to write a book on his experiences Only problem is, he can t He s suffering from PTSD but won t admit it He s drawn away from life his family Enter Jane, the book doctor She comes in to help authors organize their thoughts get on track Jane has low self esteem it seems like Griffin is going to roll all over her but Jane h [...]


  • Almost Always by Christie Ridgway takes a first impression of a shallow seemingly character to reveal a deeply troubled intelligent individual who is avoiding emotional distress any way that he can Since Griffin Lowell had spent a year with soldiers in the Middle East reporting on the war against terrorism, this is a timely book Jane Pearson who becomes his love interest in than interested in having a job helping him write his memoirs, but is concerned for the man too What a heartbreaking but i [...]


  • Griffin was a reporter imbedded with the military in the war During that time, he submitted articles detailing the truth of the war Now that he s back home, he s under contract to write a book on his experiences Only problem is, he can t He s suffering from PTSD but won t admit it He s drawn away from life his family Enter Jane, the book doctor She comes in to help authors organize their thoughts get on track Jane has low self esteem it seems like Griffin is going to roll all over her but Jane h [...]


  • I really enjoyed reading Almost Always by Christie Ridgway, the second book in her Almost series This story is a re issue from her Beach House series with updates Jane Pearson is excited to be working with war reporter Griffin Lowell on his memoir but Griffin would rather hold frat house style beach parties than deal with the PTSD he is suffering from the time he spent in the Middle East Prim and proper Jane might just be the distraction Griffin needs As Jane works her wiles on Griffin, he is so [...]


  • I really like the characters Griffin spent a year as a journalist embedded with a military unit in Afghanistan He was excited for the opportunity, but after seeing all the horrors of war, he came back a bit broken He didn t want to feel anything for anyone Jane has always been told by her family not to be silly and emotional, to be practical She comes to help Griffin with his book and turns his world upside down He can t deal with it Griffin s sister Tess shows up with her minions , her 4 childr [...]


  • This author just keeps them coming I love all her books Laugh, cry, sweat from the steamy scenes , and feel good all over This is Book 2 of the Always series and it is well worth the read.A troubled war correspondent with PTSD and a literary agent editor with the need to prove herself make a very interesting combination Griffin Lowell wants to shut himself off from emotions and remembering the horrors he saw in a war zone Jane Pearson fell in love with her last client and when he dumped her, he [...]


  • Christie Ridgway writes the most compelling and complex characters This book is about Griffin Lowell, who was an embedded journalist in Afghanistan While he was with them he wrote articles detailing his experience When he returned he was to write a book about his time in Afghanistan He goes to Crescent Cove in order to write his book, however, his agent is getting nervous because he isn t submitting anything The agent hires Jan, a book doctor, who has been very successful in the past but her las [...]


  • When Griffin was sent to Afghanistan to spend a year with the military to report on the war he never expected to return still suffering from the effects of what he had seen He has pushed everyone that was close to him away and prefers to try to forget by partying but the deadline to finish his book is approaching and now his publisher has sent Jane to get him on track.Jane is successful at ensuring that the authors she assist remain focused so that they can meet their deadlines She may appear me [...]


  • How do you review one of Ms Ridgway s books BECAUSE there is never enough words to convey the sentiments you want to put on paper I mean every book is better than the last, the dialogue draws you in and the situations are always so heartfelt and meaningful BUT the getting there is filled with angst and heartbreak, miscommunication and misconceptions and Griffin and Jane s story is no different PTSD is so misunderstood that reading about the symptoms are so painful that I have to give Ms Ridgway [...]


  • There was a zing between Jane and Griff from the beginning Both of these characters had something to overcome Jane had a bad relationship that caused her problems in her career Griff is recovering or rather hiding from a traumatic year embedded in the war Jane brings some order and calmness to Griffin so he can deal with his experiences and losses Griff gives Jane something no one else has, attention and appreciation for her true self The story was both fun and emotional The secondary romance wi [...]


  • I think this book is about us finding our weaknesses and working through it to better ourselves Jane had some issues with her father that I think came out into her personal and career She lacked confidence in the way she lived her life her way She had to please her father Griffin had to overcome an awful event in his life One where people around him died Now Griffin has to get what happen written on paper because he promised that he would How can he So much emotions that he will have to overcome [...]


  • This was a well written contemporary romance Jane is hired by Griffin s literary agent to help Griffin finish up his memoir Jane is determined to keep the book on course despite her attraction to Griffin Griffin is trying to hide from painful memories and resists her efforts, but he is finding himself and drawn to Jane Jane and Griffin were great characters, and I enjoyed reading about them as well as the secondary characters including Griffin s cranky elderly neighbor and his sister, her husb [...]


  • This is a revamp of a previously released book, which I also read I enjoyed it each time Ms Ridgway manages to take characters that at first appear to not have much substance and develop them into challenged, flawed individuals Plain Jane has been hired to help party central guy, Griffin, meet his deadlines on his book of his experiences being embedded with troops during wartime Her professional image rests on it The only problem is that Griffin has no intention of working on the book The experi [...]


  • This is the 2nd book in the Almost series featuring Beach House No 9 Jane Pearson, a book doctor, comes to Crescent Cove to take on the assignment of helping Griffin Lowell, a war reporter, in writing his memoir Griffin struggles with PTSD and has been avoiding emotions while Jane presents another kind of minefield to him I really enjoyed Jane s independent character as well as all of the rest of the character interactions dialogues I received a copy of the book in exchange for an honest and unb [...]


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