Friday, September 9, 2011

Surrender Bay ( A Nantucket Love Story ) by Denise Hunter

Ive recently started reading Surrender Bay by Denise Hunter. This book is first in a series called Nantucket series ~ "A Nantucket Love Story".
This is the first book that I have read by Denise Hunter, Im really enjoying this romantic Christian story, and I plan to read the rest of the series.

To read more about Denise Hunters books visit her at

On the above link - you can join Denise's mailing list, and then scroll down for more information about Denise and her latest release!
Her Nantucket series are getting a fresh new look ( see image on the right ) and Denise has added new content to each story.

This book is about childhood friends, Samantha and Landon.
Samantha left Nantucket and wasnt planning on returning, but her stepfather leaves her his cottage in Nantucket, and she moves back to the ocean- front property.

She did not know that Landon Reed is her neighbor and their romance begins again. She realizes that she must tell Landon the secret why she left Nantucket in the first place.

I cant wait to read more of this book!


  1. Thanks for the comment on my blog
    I normally write my own poems, as you can see by looking back on my blog. The wedding poem was from one of those free poem sites and I just inserted her name.

  2. It sounds like it's going to be a good book!!

  3. Thanks for visiting my blog and becoming a follower! Some of the bloggers I read now occasionally do a book review and I appreciate it so much. It helps me find new books to read. I'll be following your blog now for sure!

  4. I'm curious to know why she left Nantucket ha. I just got a new book while I was out running around. Wasn't anything I have heard of but I was desperate for something to read so I grabbed it up, not many book selections to choose from around here.

  5. This looks like a fun book! I need to check it out.

  6. It's nice to find good Christian reads. I will have to check out Denise Hunter's books.

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