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Saturday, December 3, 2016

All the Breaking Waves by Kerry Lonsdale

Setting: Pacific Grove, California
Genre: Women's Fiction
Publisher: Lake Union Publishing
Release Date: December 6, 2016



Events from her childhood shaped Molly Brennan's life. Now a single mother, her daughter shares the same visions Molly's mother had. After her visions lead to the young girl being suspended from school, Molly returns to her grandmother's coastal home in hopes of getting Cassie the help she needs to manage her gift.

Returning to her childhood home puts Molly back in reach of the love of her life. She broke his heart and misses him dearly, but secrets from her past keep her from believing they could have something more.

All the Breaking Waves is a solid contemporary romance with a few paranormal leanings thrown in. The romance builds slowly as the story's main focus remains on Molly's quest to rescue her daughter from the visions and dreams that plague her.

I found myself drawn to Molly and Cassie and wondered how Cassie's visions would play out. She's a precocious child and one that I really enjoyed. Molly's romance is secondary, but it's just as enjoyable.

All in all, this is another solid offering from Lake Union Publishing. I enjoyed every page and believe many readers looking for a touch of romance and a touch of the paranormal will agree.






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