Review: Oceans Apart

Thursday 16 October 2014
Oceans Apart Oceans Apart by Emma Fitzgerald
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Another new author for me and another pleasant surprise. I was looking for something easy to read and enjoyable and this book certainly met my expectations.

When I read the synopsis I knew I had to read this book. I mean a surfer (tick), an Aussie hunk (tick) and fun and games in the form of sun, sea, sand and sizzling Sydney sexiness thanks to Cam.

Cam is a pro surfer and after having a head injury is taking a break back in Australia when he comes across Annie, for the second time but this time fighting for her life.

Cam saves Annie in more ways that one and the two soon realise they have a connection that is hard to ignore. Annie has never felt love and warmth from her family and despite her parents no longer being around she still feels their rejection.

Annie soon realises when she's around Cam's family that she has found what she has always been looking for. His mother, father, sister, Sea, and the mysterious Matt who I hope we will soon read more about, complete the family portrait and Annie knows that this is where she's meant to be but will she be able to live with the shocking news that she receives courtesy of Cam's ex.

All of a sudden, Annie is filled with doubt and even though she loves Cam unconditionally, she knows she will never be able to live the life she is now faced with.

This was a dream of a read and a passionate storyline that melted my heart. I can't wait to see where the story with Matt and Chel(Sea) goes though, there are some fireworks between those two which are waiting to erupt onto our ereaders.

This book has no obvious grammar or typographical errors, a HEA, and a healthy dose of unrequited love. What's not to like!!!

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