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Review: Lifes a Beach by Jamie Schmidt

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When Amelia Parker arrives in Maui, newly single and unemployed, she’s shocked to discover the resort she booked is actually a ramshackle little beachside hotel. At least the scenery is easy on the eyes—as is the toned, laid-back snorkel instructor, “Dude.” After two weeks of sun, serenity, and mind-blowing sex, she even accepts a job as the hotel’s concierge. But what Amelia really wants is to relaunch the place completely. And that means convincing the absentee Wall Street billionaire owner, Samuel Kincaide, to take a chance on her.

Samuel has a plan, too: selling off every last reminder of his former life and chilling all day, every day as his slacker altar ego . . . Dude. He loves his romps in the ocean, and under the sheets, with the feisty Amelia. If she discovers his true identity, her boundless enthusiasm and innovative business plan will seriously diminish his hammock time. But when Amelia runs into real trouble on the island, he’ll put everything on the line to keep her safe. He just hopes that the woman who’s falling for Dude will feel the same about Samuel.
 

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Jamie Kleinkauf-Schmidt has over thirty short stories published in small press and ezines. She holds a Bachelor of Arts Degree from the State University of New York at New Paltz in Secondary Education English, which is a fancy way of saying she went to college to teach high school English. When that didn’t pan out, she worked as a call center manager, a Tupperware consultant, a paralegal, and finally a technical writer for a major conglomerate company. She is an active member in the Romance Writers of America (RWA), serving as the PRO liaison for her local chapter Connecticut Romance Writers of America (CTRWA).

When not writing, Jamie relaxes with a mug of hot tea and knits or makes beaded jewelry. She sells her handcrafted items at The Dudley Farm during the summer. A voracious reader, Jamie has a Kindle and is not afraid to use it.

 

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Thank you to Random House Loveswept and Netgalley for providing us with a copy of this book so that we could bring you this review.

With the 1 year anniversary of my own trip to Hawaii coming up tomorrow it was great to feel like I was once again in that beautiful beach state. I could totally connect with Amelia and how she totally falls in love with the area. I could easily see myself there as well and seeing things through her eyes. Now that being said not everything that happens to her during her trip is good, but its a chance to find happiness when she wasn’t looking for it. Dude is such a fun character and his laid back attitude is wonderful. It also speaks a lot to me about how when someone wants to change the way their life is heading they can. I love Amelia’s aunt and can’t wait to see what else happens in this series.

I give this book 4 tropical kisses..

Happy Reading… Adri

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