Book Review: South Beach by Angeline M. Bishop

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South Beach (Book II, The Sheridan Series)

 Angeline M. Bishop

Publication Date: February 10, 2014

5 Stars=Non-Stop Page Turner

South Beach was about Laila Sheridan and her best girlfriends, Marina Carter and Sofia Vega as they go to South Beach for vacation and escape problematic relationships of their own. Still reeling from a failed relationship with Malcolm Khalid, Laila plans to let her hair down and relax before returning to day to day life in New Jersey.

While the ladies host Sofia’s divorce party in South Beach which proves to be newsworthy; Laila finds herself in the company of her fellow employee Gray with a loving nudge from her brother Graham. But Malcolm tries to get another chance. When problems amongst the girls occur their relationships are tested, which will keep readers wanting more.

I was looking for a summer read and this book hit the spot! The writer wrote such interesting characters and told a piece of their story while melding all the drama and comedy together. This is a fun read and the relationship between the ladies reminded me of my friends. The drama caused by the men in their lives keeps you turning pages anticipating the ladies reactions.

I enjoyed this book and seeing that this is part of a series, I need to see the backstory between Laila and Malcolm. If you are looking for something to read in the shade while on vacation then this book is for you. It is well written with well-developed characters that readers will relate to. Great Job Angeline M. Bishop!

This book was provided by the author for review purposes only.

Reviewed by Tracy Cooper

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