Review: Love at High Tide by Christi Barth

Love at High Tide by Christi Barth
Published: July 8, 2013
Format: copy via NetGalley
Publisher: Carina Press
Rating: 3/5

Summary via Goodreads
Darcy Trent is lucky Cooper Hudson is on hand to sweep her off her feet—literally—when she nearly drowns while swimming in the ocean. But life-saving aside, Mr. Perfect's timing stinks: Darcy's career is about to take her to the complete opposite side of the Atlantic. Still, a little summer loving with the tall, blond and sexy former cop is far too tempting to pass up.

When his plans to enter the Secret Service went south thanks to a bum knee, Coop retreated to the family beach house to mull his future. Romance is the last thing on his mind, until he fishes a curvy brunette out of the sea. Now, spending time in Darcy's arms seems like the ideal distraction, even if it is just for a week. But with Darcy's departure date fast approaching and their careers on the line, can they realize in time that their beach fling might become the real thing?

My Thoughts
Want an easy breezy stress free beach read? Well, this one is for you.

Classic type read about a girl who’s been too focus on her career to have a relationship, and guy who is recovering from a career set back. They meet while both on vacation and taking that time to try and set their lives back on track.

There is a few funny moments between Darcy and her best friend who is trying her hand in becoming an P.I. Needless to say they find themselves in trouble more than once. Of course Cooper is there with the help of his cousin to help them out.

There isn’t much to this book, meaning it is what it is. A good summery beach romance novel, and trust me there is nothing wrong with that. Who doesn’t love and enjoy a good summer romance?


  1. Looks like a cute, fun read! Lovely review(:

    1. Thanks Jackie. It is a cute fun read.