Lissa's Review: Coastal Elite (A Walsh Family Story) by Kate Canterbary
PUBLISHER: Vesper Press
RELEASED: March 5, 2017
GENRE: MILITARY, CONTEMPORARY ROMANCE
LENGTH: 146 pages
FORMAT: EBOOK, PAPERBACK
Jordan Kaisall has problems. Business problems, political problems, cheating ex-girlfriend problems. He knows that a week away from the Washington D.C. Beltway won't do a damn bit of good for those problems, but his beach house in Montauk is exactly where he needs to be right now. April Veach has plans. Work plans, travel plans, try-everything-once plans. Montauk is keeping her plenty busy this summer between decorating wedding cakes and teaching yoga, and busy is good. But busy is also a lonely bed, and that wasn't part of her grand plan. After a weekend together, his problems and her plans take them in an unexpected direction.
FIVE BOUNDLESS STARS
Coastal Elite is the newest from Canterbary. I really loved it. It had a different feel than her other stories, but I enjoyed the direction it’s heading. It’s branching out from the Walshes and you are able to get a different side of this world she’s created.
Jordan is a man. One who does what he needs to do and doesn’t stop till it's done. After walking in on a moment between two douche canoes. He decides a vacation is in order. From there he meets April. I loved these together. They were just truly meant for each other.
This story is full of twists, that you don’t see coming. Those are the best. They keep the page turning. It did take me awhile to finish. Not because it was bad. But because I didn’t want it to be over. That’s always the case with Kate’s books.
I almost feel that Kate could write any kind of genre. She’s mixed this contemporary romance with military and added a little mystery. Placing Coastal Elite on its own pedestal.
Overall, I can’t help but give this Five Boundless Stars.