Tidal – Emily Snow

TidalTidal by Emily Snow
My rating: 3 of 5 stars

As per my hunches go, I was pretty spot on from the start. This story is very predictable.

Willow Avery is a recovering drug addict actress who's career depends on this one last chance she gets for a movie - a surfer in Hawaii leading role.
She's being "given" to Cooper, an Australian surfing instructor to prepare her for the role. She also has to juggle her probation community service while preparing and filming the movie, and deal with old scars while staying on the wagon.

Cooper himself has some past issues that are revealed throughout the story.

There's UST, romance, passion, hot guys, Hollywood and some old school backstabbing, but it's all expected.

One very good thing this book has going for itself is very good writing.

All in all, a good book to read.

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