MOONLIGHT AT MONTEREY BAY
Devin Pine -- Beachside Press
Michael Thomas is a world-traveling successful
artist. When a client offers him a free stay at his winter home in Carmel,
California, a haven for creative painters like himself, he enthusiastically
moves in. A believer in destiny, he feels drawn toward this town, uncertain of
the reasons yet hopeful of a prosperous visit.
Here, in this cozy beach
town, Angelina Serracino works as a waitress in her father’s Italian restaurant.
Her fiancé, a practical man, has recently died. Everybody thought they were
perfect for each other, especially her fiancé’s mother, who had been like family
prepares to immerse himself in his artistic work, but when he meets Angelina, he
finds her intriguing and irresistible. Angelina longs for the romance she has
never known, and becomes caught between the guilt of her past and the lure of a
promising future. The story of Moonlight at Monterey Bay will embrace you with
its power. This is a remarkable novel about being honest in love, no matter the