Shady Bay by Casey L. Bond

24 Apr


Sometimes the hardest thing for a proud person to do is lean on others.

Since her father went to prison, Mercy Taylor’s life has been crap. With forty dollars in her pocket, and a determined look on her face, Mercy decides to do something about it. She hitch-hikes her way to Myrtle Beach to start fresh.

Never say it can’t get worse, because for Mercy, it does. For her, rock bottom consists of eating out of a trash can. But, once you’ve hit bottom, there’s nowhere to go but up.

Jaxon Harrison left Devil Creek, West Virginia for a new start. He’d fallen in love and had given his heart to a woman who had chewed it up and spit it out. He doesn’t need that kind of heartache again. The problem is, there’s a sweet, stubborn girl who refuses to get out of his head.

The moment when you get your feet firmly set on the ground, life tends to throw something else your way. What will the future hold for Mercy and Jaxon?

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Beautiful, Heartfelt and Inspiring.
I cried whilst reading this book and I’m not ashamed to admit it.

Mercy’s story will forever stay with me. She was so strong throughout her ordeal and that is something to admire.

Jaxon. Well, despite him trying to hide his true self behind his player tendencies, he was the kind of man women wish for. Sweet, thoughtful and of course hot!

I also have to mention Celeste because I adored her. In Mercy’s words: she was something and the story wouldn’t have been the same without her in it. She would have been missed greatly because she brought an extra something to the story.

This is the second book I’ve had the absolute pleasure to read by Casey and she has stolen a piece of my heart with each one of them.



Review by Maria💋

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