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Having hope was her weakness.
If Sadie Mullins hadn’t started to believe in love again, hadn’t let herself fall for him, she wouldn’t be feeling this way.
Wouldn’t have her heart breaking.
Wouldn’t regret meeting West Montgomery.
The cocky bastard should have left her alone, let her forget about him.
Let her move on with her life.
Of course, he didn’t.
That could have been the end of it.
Of course, it wasn’t.
Damn hope. 

*This is Book 2 in the Water's Edge Series and is a continuation of Sadie and West's story that began in Wet. This is not a standalone. 

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    Great!

    Got the first one and just had to get this one. Great books, sexy and smart. The writing is fantastic.

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    Great Follow-Up!

    I originally read Wet by Stacy Kestwick when it released last May, and Soaked became a highly anticipated follow-up that I couldn't wait to read. You know how sometimes something gets so built up in your mind that you end up being disappointed by the time it's over? I worried that that would happen with Soaked. Thankfully, it lived up to my hype! Soaked picked up where Wet left off. Sadie... oh, Sadie! I wanted to strangle her at times because of the poor communication between her and West! West wanted to abide by Sadie's wishes, but found it hard when it could have been so simple to clear up the miscommunication. West... what a dream! He loves so passionately! But he had to learn how to cut the cord with that Aubrey! I love Sadie and West together and am glad that they finally pulled it together by the end! Stacy has a wonderful way with words, and can develop deep, meaningful characters. I truly loved this book (and hope there will be a spin-off with Rue?!?) and can't wait for more books by her! She's been added to my list of authors that I easily one-click!

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    Perfect

    After the cliffhanger in Wet I was DYING to read how things would turn out for these two. Stacy, this ending is perfect. Simply perfect.

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    Soaked

    In this second book of Sadie & West you are just holding your breath for things to work out for them.

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    Sadie's done with West ... or is she?

    Sadie is done with West. Resolved that he's just used up his last chance to prove himself the kind of man she's been hoping he would, its time to move on, and with her upcoming trip to shoot promotional photos for Grady's new resort just around the corner, it couldn't come at a better time. In the end it doesn't matter if he's got an excuse for his behavior, it doesn't even matter if its a legitimate excuse, since the way their relationship has gone, there has always been the need for excuses, and that's not the kind of relationship she's prepared to settle for. The bottom line is that every time there's something that needs to be excused away ... it hurts, regardless how good the excuse might be after the fact. This breakup is so very different from the breakup at the beginning of Wet, book one of the Water's Edge series however. Back then despite the upheaval, she was glad to be out, and this time, it hurts so much, because she really wishes that things could have worked out differently. Soaked by Stacy Kestwick, follows Sadie on her quest to put this latest failed relationship behind her, even as West pulls out all the stops to get her to change her mind. Throw in a handsome stranger, a nightmare from the past, the best of friends and probably too much alcohol and you've got the recipe for a volatile story. Throw Aubrey, West's bitchy ex into the mix and its downright explosive. I read a lot of stories and very few have major plot twists that catch me completely by surprise but this one did, and as plot twists go, I thought it was clever, timely, worked well with the story and even managed to be somewhat educational without getting preachy. Beyond that, the story was well paced, moving from angsty through funny, awkward, suspenseful, sad, and extremely hot while keeping a hopeful tone throughout. Read through in one sitting and thankfully, no cliffhanger at the end this book had me feeling the joy of life and just warm fuzzies all over For fans there are plenty of hooks tossed out along the way to be picked up regarding the minor characters setting the scene for other books in the series to pick up on, and I for one am looking forward to see what comes next.

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