Read Beach House No. 9 (Beach House No. 9, #1) Online Free - When book doctor Jane Pearson arrives at Griffin Lowell's beach house, she expects a brooding loner. After all, his agent hired her to help the reclusive war journalist write his stalled memoir. Instead, Jane finds a tanned, ocean-blue-eyed man in a Hawaiian shirt, hosting a beach party and surrounded by beauties. Faster than he can untie a bikini top, Griffin lets Jane know he doesn't want her. But she desperately needs this job and digs her toes in the sand.
Griffin intends to spend the coming weeks at Beach House No. 9 taking refuge from his painful memories-and from the primly sexy book doctor who wants to bare his soul. But warm nights, moonlit walks and sultry kisses just may unlock both their guarded hearts....
|Title||:||Beach House No. 9 (Beach House No. 9, #1)|
|Number of Pages||:||384 pages|
February 27, 2013
Book doctor Jane Pearson arrives at the beach house of reclusive war journalist Griffin Lowell NOT expecting him to be hosting a party and surrounded by beauties in bikinis! She's been hired to help him through a case of writer's block, but Griffin makes it abundantly clear that he needs...
January 04, 2013
Truly missed my Christie Ridgeway romances, but she is back and I am LOVING this new series so much!!
Jane and Griffin are fun, sexy and just freakin adorable!
Full Review Posted on http://atastyread.blogspot.com
For anyone who doesn't know, the book that lured me back into reading romance after I f...
May 03, 2013
For this review and more my blog
A while back I read the second book in this series (Bungalow Nights) and I wasn’t a fan. When I was given the opportunity to review the first book in the series I was unsure but decided in the end to give it a go, Bungalow Nights could have been a one off. Unfortun...
January 12, 2018
I really enjoy these stories from Beach House #9. It’s such a magical place.
It was the best place for Griffin to end up when he came home after spending a year in Afghanistan as a Journalist witnessing the horrors of war. He comes home a broken man who puts up walls and shuts down, spending time...
October 13, 2017
In order to find our strengths, we must face our weaknesses. Never have I come across more powerful words than that statement. Almost Always is a proclamation of those words amplified. Ms. Ridgway speaks to the heart and mind with the courageous journey of Griffin Lowell. His adventurous spirit a...
January 11, 2013
Fantastic book. There's always a lot of humor and emotion in Christie Ridgway's books and this was no exception. I loved both Jane and Griffin. Jane has been sent to get Griffin back on track in writing his book about his year with the troops in Afghanistan. After the trouble she had reaching him...
January 27, 2013
Review posted: Happily Ever After - Reads
Blog rating: C
Jane Pearson needs to save her reputation and career as a “book doctor”, helping authors in any way she can, to get their books done. Her past client, and lover, decided to end their personal relationship but when Jane wasn’t too keen on keep...
February 21, 2013
The conflict between Jane and Griffin is equal parts humor and poignancy. The reader is convinced that these two stubborn people burdened with baggage from their pasts belong together, and watching them reach this conclusion is fun. A strong cast of secondary characters gives the central story gr...
April 19, 2013
Posted on Romancing the Books blog
Reviewed by Molly
Review Copy Provided by Netgalley
So, I wanted to read this series really bad. I loved the sound of the beach, the romance, characters that would become friends. But, sadly this was not quite what I was expecting.
Ms. Ridgway captured me in the beg...
February 04, 2013
Jane Pearson is a Book Doctor. She helps authors keep on task, and organizes their thoughts and notes. When she is assigned to Griffin Lowell she arrives at Beach House No.9 expecting a hermit but finds her new author surrounded by 20somethings and the host of party central. Griffin does...