Tuesday, July 15, 2014

Review: Butterfly Cove by: Christina Skye

Title: Butterfly Cove
Author: Christina Skye
Publisher: Harlequin
Series: Summer Island #3
Pages: 336
Format: Nook e-book
Source: Purchase


Maybe opposites don't always attract. If they did, architect Olivia Sullivan would have run away with bad boy Rafe Russo when they were teenagers. Instead, Olivia has spent ten years dreaming up designs for a life that hasn't gone the way she planned. Still reeling from her career's implosion and her father's death, Olivia thanks her lucky stars for the support of her three lifelong friends. But this good girl is through sitting on the sidelines. When Rafe returns to the beautiful Oregon coast where they grew up, her former flame ignites a new desire. Now Olivia must take a walk on the wild side to show the new deputy that in matters of love, being bad can feel very good.

Freshly back from Afghanistan, rugged ex-Marine and new deputy Rafe is done breaking laws and hearts. He's always regretted leaving Olivia behind, but now she's after adventure and he'd better proceed with caution. Because wanting her again might be easy, but fighting for a future together will be his biggest risk yet.

My Thoughts: 

In this book Olivia Sullivan has headed home to Summer Island after loosing her job and dealing with the recent death of her father she has come home to go through his things and get the house ready to sell.  What she didn't count on was Rafe Russo being a cop in town and bumping into him so quickly.  What is Rafe doing back and how long is he around for?

Rafe has been the bad boy trying to win the love of a good girl Olivia. He has seen many things since he left Summer Island, but he found himself back in town unsure of his future what it will hold and whether he will ever find a way to fix things with Olivia.

This was a great love story including meeting characters from previous stories.  It was great to watching the chemistry between Rafe and Olivia and seeing what things Olivia will go to to win the bad boy in town.  This book was so quick I was able to read it in one sitting!  Can't wait to see what Christina Skye writes next!

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