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Sparks Like Ours (Seven Shores #3)

Gia Malone wants one thing and one thing only: to be the best surfer in the world. Her biggest obstacle is the annoyingly perky Elle Britton. Not only is Elle number one in the rankings, shes also a fan favorite. But theres a lot about Elle that Gia never noticed, like her surprising sense of humor and picture-perfect mouth. Elle Britton is tired. After tournaments, fan meet-ups, and nonstop media requests, all she wants in the world is a little peace and quiet. But with Gia Malone closing in on her ranking, she has to surf her best. When the media picks up the story of their neck and neck status, Elle finds herself forced further into the spotlight, this time alongside Gia, the knockout with the killer shred and sexy smile. Its not long before theres no denying the chemistry on and off the beach. But only one can winCover Artist: Jeanine HenningGenres: Contemporary / Romance...

Title : Sparks Like Ours (Seven Shores #3)
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ISBN : 9781635550160
Format Type : Paperback
Number of Pages : 240 pages
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Sparks Like Ours (Seven Shores #3) Reviews

  • Yoly

    Another wonderful story by Melissa Brayden. I had been waiting for this one as soon as I found out it would be a series because I wanted to know more about Gia. It was worth the wait :)

    Only one more book until the series is complete! I'm already looking forward to Hadley’s story.

  • Heinerway

    A rather good enemies-to-lovers story with a very promising beginning and a so-so ending.

  • Danielle

    Gia and Elle are competitive surfers. Elle is number one in the world, and Gia has always envied her. Gia is coming into her prime, and her skills are getting better and better. This could be her year. They have the opportunity to do some promotional work together, and sparks fly between the pair. Neither has been lucky in love. Elle is trying her hand at dating, but something has always been missing. Her new guy is ok but a little dull around the edges. Gia hasn't dated much, but that doesn't s ...more

  • R

    Melissa Brayden’s latest book, Sparks Like Ours, dealt with competitive surfing, job pressures, pregnancy worries, and of course, relationship problems. This is what I love about her books. She places her characters in many different realistic situations with dialogue to match. The key word here is realistic, especially in terms of life, and in this story, competition. The two characters spotlighted in this story were Elle and Gia, who were initially ranked first and second. However, they were n ...more

  • Alena


    I think I’m finally tired of the Brayden formula. I just didn’t care about the characters.

    There‘s witty dialogue, even though I still can’t find the voices of individual characters, there’s believable conflicts, even communication, but I didn’t feel it at all.

    In addition to her formula what annoyed me was setting up Hadley for the next novel. Little things that were neither here nor there for this book.

    At least the book offers lots of different bingo squares for the lesfic bingo, so th

  • vacatedboat

    I’ve tried to write four reviews on this book and it just isn’t working. I end up getting a little...grrrr...and how in the world can I be grrrr when Brayden books are so sticky sweet that I feel like I’m drowning in a cotton candy machine? I have nothing much to add to the reviews except to say that I wasn’t a fan of this one. Even though it’s supposed to have some ‘know what’s important’ moral, the entire (view spoiler) ...more

  • Rach (Les Rêveur)

    Another fantastic novel from the pen of the formidable, Melissa Brayden.

    Gia Malone has worked for years to climb the surfing championship ladder and she’s finally one win away from being number one in the world. The only person standing in her way is the current number one, Elle Britton.

    When Elle and Gia are thrown together in a new marketing campaign they begin to let their competitive guards down, ultimately seeing each other in a way they never could before. But when surfing has always been n

  • Dee

    There's no doubt about it, Melissa has the gift of the gab. If you're looking for a feel good story, low on angst, with a great supporting cast, this might be just the ticket.

    Why not five stars? Although I was thoroughly entertained, I'm know next to nothing about surfing and found those scenes exhilarating, the relationship between the leads was wishy-washy (no pun intended) at best. I didn't feel the 'sparks' I expected to. Is that on me, who knows?

    I loved catching up with the supporting cha