White Sand, Blue Sea by Anita Hughes. Published by St. Martins

AS Olivia Miller’s 25th birthday approaches, she’s settling into her mother and stepfather’s vacation home on St. Barts and hoping that her boyfriend Finn is ready to pop the question. What she doesn’t expect is for her estranged father to show up at the villa. Sebastian hasn’t been part of Olivia’s life for twenty years, but now he’s back and want to get to know his daughter. At first Olivia, resists, but as she gets to know her father and learns of his travels and experiences all over the world, she begins to wonder if the life she has planned is really what she wants. It soon becomes obvious that Sebastian had a reason for washing up in St. Barts; will it be enough to destroy the fragil relationship he and Olivia have built? I wanted to like this book more than I did. The synopsis was wonderful, but the characters interactions and dialogue seemed forced

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