New Release + Review: Love on the Lost Coast

Title: Love on the Lost Coast
Author: Kristina Luckey
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Release Date: October 1, 2020
Blurb
She’s been left at the altar—twice! He’s been cheated in business. Who’s behind the heartbreak? The answer could tear them apart.

Bernadette Dunn’s latest jilting isn’t a coincidence. There’s a reason, and she’s determined to find out what it is. Honeymoon canceled, she’s headed to the Lost Coast to hike and ponder her life choices.

Aquafarmer Lyon Tanner’s not about to let Blue Fin’s dirty dealing ruin his company. His sole focus is taking down the mega-corporation and anyone associated with them. Things change when a sexy, Amazonian-redhead named Bernadette shows up to rent his garden apartment…

She’s loving her hunky landlord yet if he knew her connection to Blue Fin it would destroy anything between them. Lyon’s getting closer to his stunning renter, even though she’s only there for a month. Her life as a marine biologist is 650 miles south and he doesn’t want to open his heart knowing she’s leaving.

Sparks fly, but can they make a real, lasting connection and take down the one person who holds the power to destroy them both?

Kristina Lucky has absolutely dazzled me with Love on the Coast! The third standalone book in her Coast Romance series, its probably my favorite of the series and let me just tell you why! We have a heroine, Bernie, who’s a biologist. She’s a smart, fierce woman who despite the curveballs life has throw at her remains strong and fiery. Then we have Lyon. The man owned my heart pretty much from the start. Passionate, determined, and a surrogate father to his small, adorable nephew, he just had me in a perpetual state of swoon! Their slow burn romance and push and pull connection between Bernie and Lyon was fantastic and kept me flipping pages as I anxiously awaited their HEA. Kristina Luckey does wonderful work of transporting the reader to the California coast that I could almost breathe the fresh, salty air. This book is just so freaking good! Smartly written, enticing, and gives all the butterflies and swoons! If you haven’t yet read a Kristina Luckey book, Love on the Lost Coast is definitely the one to begin with. 5 stars.

Purchase Links
AMAZON US / UK / CA / AU
Free in Kindle Unlimited
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Author Bio
Kristina writes multi-layered stories with characters that
stay with readers long after the words The End. Her first work of women’s
fiction 
A Forgiving Heart received honorable mention for a
novel excerpt in the Soul-Making Keats Literary Competition sponsored by the
National League of American Pen Women. Her contemporary romance novels 
Pleasure
Cove
 and Pacific Blue promise the same emotional
read, stunning California settings, along with strong, sassy heroines and
heroes who will steal your heart.

A California native, Kristina shares her love of the Golden
State with readers through setting and culture in a series of contemporary
romance novels. When she isn’t writing, she is exploring her state, traveling,
looking for the best eats (she’s a major foodie), and spending time with her
family. 
Author Links
Author Bio
Kristina writes multi-layered stories with characters that
stay with readers long after the words The End. Her first work of women’s
fiction 
A Forgiving Heart received honorable mention for a
novel excerpt in the Soul-Making Keats Literary Competition sponsored by the
National League of American Pen Women. Her contemporary romance novels 
Pleasure
Cove
 and Pacific Blue promise the same emotional
read, stunning California settings, along with strong, sassy heroines and
heroes who will steal your heart.

A California native, Kristina shares her love of the Golden
State with readers through setting and culture in a series of contemporary
romance novels. When she isn’t writing, she is exploring her state, traveling,
looking for the best eats (she’s a major foodie), and spending time with her
family. 
Author Links

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