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Seabreeze Inn

Seabreeze Inn

by Jan Moran
Seabreeze Inn

Seabreeze Inn

by Jan Moran



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A widowed artist. An old crush. One summer to get her life back.
**A USA Today bestseller!**

Ivy Marin's life implodes after discovering that her late husband had spent their life savings on a beach house. Strapped for cash as an art teacher and with nowhere to go, Ivy and her recently jilted sister head to Summer Beach to recreate their lives. If only renovating a historical home didn't unveil a host of hidden secrets in the beachside community—and the mayor wasn't her former high school crush.

Bennett Dylan led a campaign against Ivy's late husband to block the rezoning of the beach house land for a high-rise resort. Although it's been ten years since his wife's death, Bennett is avoiding the pain of loving—and possibly losing—another woman. And then the FBI shows up... Ivy's demands for a zoning variance for a bed-and-breakfast couldn't come at a worse time for him.

Despite distractions, Ivy has one summer to sway the town to salvage her livelihood and the new life in Summer Beach she's come to love.

With spellbinding intrigue and poignant self-discovery, the Seabreeze Inn is a sweet summer beach read. If you like sun-soaked beach sagas you can lose yourself in, the Seabreeze Inn and Summer Beach's fascinating characters are for you. Start your vacation in Summer Beach now with the Seabreeze Inn series. After that, the Summer Beach fun continues with the new Coral Cottage. 

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BN ID: 2940162898900
Publisher: Sunny Palms Press
Publication date: 07/19/2020
Series: Summer Beach , #1
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: eBook
Sales rank: 4,515
File size: 482 KB

About the Author

Jan Moran is a USA Today bestselling author who lives near the beach in southern California. She writes stylish, uplifting, and emotionally rich contemporary series and 20th-century historical women's fiction. The Midwest Book Review and Kirkus have recommended her books, calling her heroines strong, complex, and resourceful. Visit her at and join her reader's club. Her books are also translated into German, Italian, Russian, Portuguese, Dutch, Polish, Turkish, Bulgarian, Lithuanian, and other languages. She studied writing at the UCLA Writers Program and sailed on Semester at Sea. Look for Jan on Facebook on Facebook at and follow her on at Bookbub

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