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Laguna Sights

Laguna Beach, Book 4
Narrated by: Madeline Mrozek
Series: Laguna Beach, Book 4
Length: 2 hrs and 48 mins

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Publisher's Summary

Scott Cassidy has lived a blessed life. Growing up in Laguna Beach with a loving family, he was discovered in high school when he appeared on the popular reality TV show, Laguna Nights. Now cast as a doctor on the number one soap opera, his star keeps rising. Finally free from his long-term girlfriend, Scott isn't looking for love, but when a popular dating app matches him with Jamie Kane, he can't deny the sparks. But is she really everything she seems?

Jamie Kane isn't lucky in love or life. Her childhood was tumultuous with a single mom who moved to Hollywood for fame but ended up waiting tables in Malibu. Certainly not one of the spoiled kids she went to high school and college with, Jamie has worked hard to achieve her dreams of being an actress, even as she begins to realize it's not her calling. Jamie believes Scott may be the answer to everything unless a past mistake makes him doubt their future together.

Is the price of fame the chance at true love?

©2016 Kaira Rouda, Real You Publishing Group (P)2017 Kaira Rouda, Real You Publishing Group

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  • 20-02-2017

Short and sweet andbetter than expected

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Several things came out of this listen (book four in the series but book three for me):
Scott, first introduced in book one, is not such a bad guy.
Your past will always come back to bite you.
Being rich can suck.

I loved the narration in this story. The two main characters were very likable and the narrator brought that out. The main character was male and this female narrator handled the lead and even gave him depth!

All in all, this was either a very long short story or a very short long story. The pacing was still good. The ending seemed a bit rushed though.

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