Seaside Dreams PDF Download

Seaside Dreams PDF Download

By: Melissa Foster
Genre: Romantic Comedy, Romance
Relase Date: 2014-07-09


Caden is new to the Wellfleet Police department. While patrolling one night, he comes upon a scene so funny he couldn’t help but stop. This is his introduction to Bella, one of the Seaside girls, at the Cape for the summer – or longer! While Caden and his teenage son, Evan, enjoy their new home and getting to know the seaside gang, Bella wrestles with the big question of what does she want to do with her life now. Attraction, love, family – they grow and are demanding. Melissa Foster has built a world where life happens, love happens, and certain people end up in funny or sizzling situations on a somewhat regular basis. A fun read with lots of steam, too. I read this story a while back, but just listened to the audiobook. I thoroughly enjoyed it! BJ Harrison does a great job as narrator – the characters come alive and the story is so good. There are lots of laugh-out-loud moments with some seriousness thrown in, and a good bit of steam. Totally worth the second telling. Hearing the story from someone else is so different from reading it. I love to read, and yet this story was so good as an audio. Give it a try!


Melissa Foster has written great summer beach book!! Who wouldn't want to live in the Seaside Community with the gang. Great escape if you can't physical get away. Highly recommend summer book⛱🕶👙🍹


Want a great a summer escape book? Melissa Foster has a great summer beach book!! Who doesn't love the Seaside gang?!


The storyline was great but the book could use a bit of improvement here and there. Overall great!

Luvin SD

I enjoyed this book and the insight the author brought to life


I didn't capture my attention. Took me a long time to read it and Skipped few pages. Nothing interesting happens. Characters are boring. Don't waist your time reading this.


I've liked several of Melissa Foster's books. This one, on the other hand, was weak. The characters were boring, the dialogue was weak. After reading 1/2, I gave up reading it.