Playing for Love (Summer Beach Vets #1) by H.Y. Hanna


Playing for Love (Summer Beach Vets 1)

Synopsis:

escape Down Under...and find love in Summer Beach, where cold noses touch warm hearts 

Sara needs to escape—and an idyllic seaside town on the other side of the world seems like the perfect place. She’d always wanted to visit Australia, but the first thing she meets on the gorgeous, white sand beach is not a kangaroo but a wounded, lost Beagle!

Veterinarian, Dr Craig Murray, can’t get the beautiful, curvy American out of his mind. They might come from different cultures—and even speak different “English” sometimes—but he knows they could have a future together. Can he convince Sara that this is more than just a vacation fling?

Then Sara discovers that Craig isn’t quite what he seems and the past that she was running away from comes back to haunt her. Now she needs to decide if she can risk it all again for another chance at love…

Review:

Playing for Love is just a super simple, cheesy romance. A good light summer read, but nothing too amazing.

Sara takes a vacation to Australia to visit a friend and escape from the tabloid mess she is in in the states. She is not really famous, but famous by association and she just cannot stand the negative attention she is getting anymore. She just needs an escape for a little bit to regroup and not have to think about things for a bit.

When Sara first gets to Australia she finds a beagle lost on the beach with a hurt paw. She takes him to the vet and that is where she first sees Craig. Craig who is super hot and Sara is super attracted to him. Craig of course is attracted to her as well and they quickly hit it off. Things go pretty good until Sara finds out more about Craig's life and there is a bit of drama. Can Sara really be with Craig? Can she trust him, especially since he reminds her of past things that have happened in her life? And what about when she goes back to the states? Of course everything works out in the end. This is a light, easy read that is a bit ridiculous at times, but it was alright.

Rating: ★ ★ ★

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