Only two things in the world bring Hunter Sullivan a sense of peace—surfing and his relationship with Phoenix Nash. After losing his best friend in a tragic accident at one of the greatest surf spots, his world crashes around him. Unable to get out on the waves without the memory of Maverick’s haunting him, he’s at risk of destroying his career and losing the one person he turns to when life sucks him under.
Phoenix Nash lived by a set of rules forged by watching her father claw his way out of the depths of depression. Do not get involved with her father's clients. Protect your heart, always. Dad and the company come first. But the rules slowly began to erode the moment she fell into bed with up and coming surfer, Hunter Sullivan.
When her dad asks for her help getting Hunter back on the waves, Phoenix must choose between the only two men in her life she's ever cared about.
One moment, one ride, one choice can change everything.
First thing I noticed was the descriptive writing style! If I have one kryptonite it is a descriptive writing style. . . If you can make me experience the story on a more sensory level then you have gained a fan for life and this book is tops in the game for evoking sights, smells and how the wind feels ghosting over your skin as you stand by the ocean. So by the third page I was invested in this story as more than a beachy read, it was an experience.
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