Sunday, September 4, 2016

Salt Water Wounds (Oyster Cove #1) by Jennifer Foor *~*~*~*~* Blog Tour, Review & Teasers

After losing his wife to an untimely death, Buck Wallace has been raising his six children on his own for almost eight years. By day he runs the family business, while at night he’s still lost and alone.
When a business opportunity arises, Buck insists on trying his hands at something new.
Alice Perry is desperate to sell her bar, but there’s always a catch to any good deal. She’s had her eye on Buck for a long time. When she learns he’s interested in buying her bar, she decides to provide him with an offer no man could ever refuse.

Find out if a broken man from Oyster Cove can love again in Salt Water Wounds.





Salt Water Wounds (Oyster Cove #1) by Jennifer Foor 
Review by Theresa Esterline
Stars:  5

Another Hit!!  I LOVED IT <3 

I love every J4 books book I've ever read.  She once again had me sad, laughing out loud, pissed off, tears rolling down my cheeks, and almost spitting my drunk across the room.  This story is about Buck and Perry.  Every now and then, Buck reminds me of a much more mature and wise Tyler.  He's worked hard for all he has and raised his kids tree best he could. Perry is like the sun and wind coming in to wake him up and blow the dust off.  And now a bit about the story...

Buck's struggled alone for the last 7 years after losing his wife to cancer.  He's raised his six children the best way he knew how.  But when trouble blows into town and attacks Perry, his favorite bartender, nothing is going to be the same again.  As Perry struggles to get rid of her abusive ex, Buck is determined to try and move on.  The only question is how successful can they be? Can they find happiness together or will they drown out there in the salt water they both love so much...

Favorite passages:
- I can’t be what she needs.
- “Maybe you should keep going, just to be sure I’m still familiar with every part of a woman. It has been a long time. Maybe things have changed.”
- “Now?” “Yeah now, before I lose my nerve.” “Nerve? Will this be illegal? Do I need to bring weapons?”
- “Are you sure we aren’t rushing it?” “We aren’t getting any younger. Pretty soon I’ll need Viagra and a cane.”

About the Author:
A Maryland native who spends most of her time devising a plan to live off the land on some remote island, where no one will ever find her.

She is a married mother of two kids, who may or may not drive her completely bonkers. In her spare time she enjoys shooting pool, camping and spending time with friends and family.



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