A Line in the Sand by Teri Wilson

A Line in the Sand (Turtle Beach)

A Line in the Sand
by Teri Wilson
Pub Date – 8/2/22 -OUT NOW!
This is the second in the Turtle Beach series. I love when there are elderly characters cause they just don’t have any qualms about pushing things to go the way they think they should. They are usually right so listen to your elders.

Ursula the puppy was such a huge character from the start. She’s a conversation starter, a problem solver, a matchmaker.

I loved the enemies to lovers romance between the mermaid entertainer and the new Aquarium director, Molly and Max. I loved his uncle’s motives for getting him to move to the island to help him save the aquarium. Also her dad’s motivations for being so hard on her and trying to get her to go back to school for her PhD.

I want to eat all of a Violet’s yummy treats and be in her yoga class.

I loved the sea turtle project and who was helping find the nests. I’ve always been fascinated by watching the babies find their way to the sea.

❓ Have you been to a sandcastle making contest?
I just went to one at the beach across from our place a month or two ago. The contest in this book is a very funny moment creates some trust issues with the turtle committee though. 😂

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USA Today bestselling author Teri Wilson brings you the perfect beach read rom com with a bright, sparkling love story featuring:
A heroine who’s vowed never to date again-for real, this time!
Her rambunctious Cavalier King Charles Spaniel puppy
The handsome and brilliant marine biologist she can’t ignore
And the nonstop antics of her friends determined to be matchmakers

Sparks fly when Molly Prince’s puppy Ursula constantly disrupts the beachfront area where new-in-town marine biologist Max Miller is studying sea turtle mating habits. Max and Molly are instantly attracted to each other, but Molly dismisses Max out-of-hand. She’s not dating anymore. Maybe not ever, since her last relationship ended in a spectacular disaster. As for Max, he refuses to take Molly seriously when her job is to play pretend as the aquarium’s mermaid. But when Ursula won’t stop digging in Max’s beachfront yard and reveals her unique ability to sniff out sea turtle nests, she might bring these two opposites close enough to help save the turtles, and maybe even save the aquarium…

Praise for Teri Wilson:
“Teri Wilson is the queen of romantic comedy.” -Sarah Morgan, USA Today bestselling author
“Fans of Kate Angell and Julie James will appreciate this fun, lighthearted story.”-Publishers Weekly for A Spot of Trouble
“Hilarious… A laugh-out-loud journey!” -Woman’s World for The Accidental Beauty Queen
“A delightful romp.” -Library Journal Starred Review for Royally Roma


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