No Strings Attached Balmy ocean breezes sweet coconut oil glistening tanned bodies There s no better place for romantic sparks to fly than at the beach As a professional volleyball player Dune Cates attracts scores of p

  • Title: No Strings Attached
  • Author: Kate Angell
  • ISBN: 9780758269201
  • Page: 446
  • Format: Paperback
  • Balmy ocean breezes sweet coconut oil glistening tanned bodies There s no better place for romantic sparks to fly than at the beach.As a professional volleyball player, Dune Cates attracts scores of pretty women who flock to his side But only one has managed to get under his skin Sophie Saunders Unlike the skimpily clad beach groupies, Sophie marches to a beBalmy ocean breezes sweet coconut oil glistening tanned bodies There s no better place for romantic sparks to fly than at the beach.As a professional volleyball player, Dune Cates attracts scores of pretty women who flock to his side But only one has managed to get under his skin Sophie Saunders Unlike the skimpily clad beach groupies, Sophie marches to a beat all her own And though she s afraid of the surf, burns in the sun, has two left feet, that doesn t stop her from trying every daring sport available on the boardwalk Dune knows Sophie spells trouble, and he should keep his distance, especially since he s a no strings attached kind of guy But he can t ignore an overwhelming instinct to protect her And with the promise of ice cream sandwiches, merry go round rides and dreamy sunsets, it s only a matter of time before Dune gives in to the temptation of Sophie s soft lips.Love is always sweeter in the summer.

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    1. *2,5 stars*This book was a bit weird to read because it oscilatted between 4 and 2 stars. There is 2 love stories. The main one between Dune and Sophie and the secondary one between Mac and Jenna.We met all the characters in the previous book (No tan lines). Dune and Mac are back to Barefoot Williams for a month vacation, they are best friends and Professional beach volley partners. Sophie is a book worm, tremendously shy and with lots of phobia. One of those being she’s afraid of water. She a [...]

    2. DNF at pg 200 - I hate not finishing a book, but I just can't get into this one. There's something odd about the writing style that I'm not connecting with. I can't put my finger on it, saying it's too literal might be the best way, but whatever it is, how it reads, from dialogue to just descriptions, isn't working for me. Also, by page 200 I need to care about the characters and I don't. The heroine is cute enough but I'm not clicking fully with her, the hero or the secondary storyline characte [...]

    3. Reviewed by JoAnneBook provided by the publisher for reviewReview originally posted at Romancing the BookI love when I find new authors along with new series and Angell and her Barefoot William Beach #2 did not disappoint. The Cates family were an easy bunch to get to know even though there were so many of them; the Saunders not so much. Talk about being born on the wrong side of Center Street vs. with a silver spoon in your mouth.This was mainly the story of the Cates family and how Sophie Saun [...]

    4. There were too many short sentences. The book relied heavily on five to eight word sentences. They made the story sound choppy. The characters had no complex thoughts. The dialogue sounded like they communicated in staccato. They could have narrated through telegram. I read a chapter or two. That's the limit on my tolerance. I'm DNF-ing this book. I have better things to read.

    5. I know, I know, I know. I know not to expect too much of this type of novel but the main female character in this book just drove me insane. I know the point of it was to show how she overcomes her fears but she was just so damned scared of everything. Totally unbelievable character.

    6. Love, love, love this series! I want to live in Barefoot William and run my own little boardwalk shop. :)

    7. Balmy ocean breezes . . . sweet coconut oil . . . glistening tanned bodies. There's no better place for romantic sparks to fly than at the beach.As a professional volleyball player, Dune Cates attracts scores of pretty women who flock to his side. But only one has managed to get under his skin—Sophie Saunders. Unlike the skimpily-clad beach groupies, Sophie marches to a beat all her own. And though she's afraid of the surf, burns in the sun, has two left feet, that doesn't stop her from trying [...]

    8. Sadly, the second book of the series isn't much better than the first. I want to like Sophie for breaking out of her shell, but she's wimpy to an unrealistic degree (I know, it's fictionbut still). Mac is mostly fun but also a major dickhead waaaay too frequently, and I had to stop when he broke into Jenna's house and creepily stood over her while she was asleep. Meh.

    9. Sophie and Dune these characters were not so interesting to me. I'm the type of reader who doesn't give up on a book very easily, and try my best to finish, but after this one I will have to change my reading habits. The book was so predictable, the characters were boring and there was no sense of time between events.

    10. No Strings Attached reviewNo Strings Attached is the very charming second romance in the Barefoot William Beach series written by author Kate Angell.

    11. No Strings Attached warmed my soul, mind and heart. Such a perfect sweet read. I’m going to put this out first thing; No Strings Attached is very heartwarming and tender. There is no action, angst, love triangles, back stabbing, and mystery. There aren’t even explicit sex scenes in the novel, but lovely touching ones. This book is sweet, light hearted and a nice change of pace. If you only read books with any of the above, you will likely not like No Strings Attached. But if you want somethi [...]

    12. As with No Tan Lines, the first book of the Barefoot Williams series, Kate Angell again excels when it comes to setting and atmosphere. No Strings Attached is a quick, light, cute, beach read. For me, the best part of Angell's contemporary read is that she made me want to be on that boardwalk playing beach volleyball, eating ice cream cones, and enjoying some summer fun! The romances, yes, there are two of them again, are okay, but again not on the sweeping side of the scale. The central romance [...]

    13. This is my first Kate Angell book. I realized after reading the first few paragraphs the readers must have met these characters in a previous book. Undaunted, I continued, relying on the fact the author would fill me in on the highpoints of what I missed. Luckily she did. I liked the professional volleyball angle. It’s fresh, not overdone and definitely made me want to go to the beach.What I found hard to get past was the author’s lack of faith in her reader’s memories or ability to unders [...]

    14. I had been waiting for this book since book one. In book one I wanted the Duane and Sophie story more than main characters.When I got to this book I felt ore drawn to Mac's story as much, if not more than Duane and Sophies.A good read that I finished during one flight, but left me wondering if Zane's is next. She teased with him and I hope he's next on the docket for his turn, or return to love.Duane's decision to go from friend like to boyfriend like with Sophie happens rather quickly, but I th [...]

    15. No Strings Attached Angell, Kate This book follows a previous one but things are explained enough that it can be read at any time. The feud continues or has it ended with the marriage: Cates and Saunders.They drew the line in town, Shaye from the working people part and Trace from the very high class exclusive part of town, they merged and married. On we find his sister Sophie who's not found her niche in life, working and volunteering til she finds something she might want to do with the rest o [...]

    16. I picked this book up at a discounted book store. The cover caught my attention and the synopsis intrigued me. I wasn’t sure if I liked the story in the beginning, but as I read I grew to love the town of Barefoot William and the cast of characters portrayed in book. As I read, I became invested in the characters and their relationships. I enjoyed the switching of perspectives, I felt I got to know all the characters on a personal level because of that. I just wished that Sophie had been more [...]

    17. I was perfectly in the mood for this book and I loved the characters so it was a winning combination for me. I picked this up at the library before I realized it was part of a series and then spent the whole book thinking, "I wonder if this is part of a series?". There were assumed story lines but oddly enough it wasn't as though I was missing something. I almost cannot express how much I liked the Sophie Saunders character, she was awkward, clumsy, geeky and sheltered but didn't care what other [...]

    18. Loved this book. Sophie is an adorable, clumsy and awkward girl and Dune is the hot sexy beach boy who plays professional volleyball. They met over a year ago and the volleyball tournament and Sophie made a big impression on Dune back then. They then come back together in this book which is the 2nd in the barefoot Williams series. There is lots of love, fun, sea, sand and sex (but tastefully done) greet little chick book that a recommend. Had me smiling laughing and brought a little tear to my e [...]

    19. I like Kate Angell's books, I started with her baseball series and have enjoyed Barefoot William, also. This one pics up almost a year later from the first one, and flows nicely. I like the relationship between all the characters, and especially that the Caterer clan have accepted Sophie Saunders even though she's supposed to be the enemy. It's a fun, fast read with a secondary romance between side characters.

    20. A sweet love story. What a wonderful story of love and family, growing up, taking chances and stepping outside your comfort zone. This is the second book in the Barefoot William trilogy. Could not find the first one at the library so started with this one while I ordered the first. I plan to read all three as they were fun to read. Wanted to walk the boardwalk at Barefoot William and get to know all the people who work and play there.

    21. This is the first book to read written by the author and am not familiar w/ any previous books. This is one of those typical shy, unpopular girls who crushes on the good looking ex-baseball jock. It has enough original storyline to keep it interesting. The characters are real as is most of the dialog and it is possible that the two might really have a relationship. I would pick up and read another book by the author.

    22. I really enjoyed this book. I knew I would truthfully because I loved Sophie and Mac from No Tan Lines and knew they would have a wonderful and sweet story. Mac though, Man did I love that character. In fact my only qualm with this whole book was that I felt Mac and Jenna could have had their own story. They were that good in my opinion.

    23. I love how ice cream sandwiches, diners, red velvet cake, hamsters, and beach boys were frequently mentioned. I wouldn't say that any of the relationships were "no strings attached," but the plot was still light and fun. I think some of the details were uninteresting, but for the most part I enjoyed the story.

    24. This was a sweet romance. I love Sophie, she clumsy, short, and she's had a crush on Dune since he helped her when she was 12 years old. It doesn't help that their families have been feuding for decades. Dune is a pro volleyball player and doesn't have trouble catching the eyes of women, but why can't he get Sophie out of his mind?

    25. It took me a few weeks to get through this book. I'm a huge fan of opposites attract characters so I thought this would be right up my alley. The story was good, but something was off. I liked the two characters as they were featured in the previous book, but I didn't like them in this one. I found myself quickly losing interest in their romance.

    26. I hate to gush but I gotta say that I absolutely LOVE this book. Definitely going in my 're-read file. You can't help but root for the slightly goofy but always wonderful Sophie. You want her to get the guy and what a fine guy Dune is. The secondary romance between Jenna and Mac is surprising and fabulous!! Grab a chair and this book and head for the beach!!

    27. I really liked this. It was fast paced and fun. I had a hard time switching between stories before the characters were established, but they ended up transitioning well and complimenting each other nicely. Sophie and Dune helped each other become better and Jenna and Mac were good compliments to each other. I really enjoyed this book.

    28. Took me a few tries to stick with this because the first few chapters talked about nothing other than these two dudes wanting sex. However there was a story, albeit unrealistic, but still there. Easy beach read.

    29. 3.5*Loved Mac/Jenna and the setting of the whole book. Unfortunately the Dune/Sophie was a little weird for me. He started out treating her like a little sister and then debating whether to kiss her just to make the night special for her to all of a sudden being in love with her.

    30. MY OH MYe HOT AND STEAMY continues in this book!!! ;) LOVED LOVED LOVED itjust about as much as the 1st book. I cannot wait to see what "Ain't No Sunshine When She's Gone" has circulating between it's pages!!! ;) I am sssooo GLAD I came across this author and this series! :)

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