Review From User :
Kate Stewart is one of those authors that never disappoints. Her books are consistently good and have so much heart! Someone Else's Ocean is no exception. I loved this story so much!!
Koti and Ian were childhood friends, but they haven't seen each other in years. Both of their families own beach homes in St. Thomas and Koti has been staying and hers for a while now. Just as Ian's life is imploding, he comes to his family home to have some time to get himself together. He never expects Koti. They don't see each other coming, but they are exactly what each other needs. And this place is exactly where they are meant to be.
"I don't have the answer to anything. But here, this place is where everything wrong can be made right."
Ian and Koti have tons of chemistry. Even though there is a lot of push and pull with them, it's apparent from the start that the connection they had as children is still there. It only grows with time. I loved both of these characters so hard! Ian has gone through something I can't even imagine. He is such an amazing man though, and the best father ever. Which is a truly endearing quality. Koti has her own issues, and they are issues I think a lot will relate to. I, for one, found her completely relatable. As much as I loved these two characters individually, they truly shined when they were together.
She was dangerous for me in every way. I was addicted to her warmth, her kiss, her body.
This story is the perfect summer read. It's not super light, but it has some light moments and is definitely funny at times! Koti's BFF is a hoot! And of course, it takes place on a beautiful island! Who doesn't want to read a story in that location! This is a truly stunning romance. It's about true and unconditional love in many forms. It's a breathtaking read. Someone Else's Ocean is a special book to me. It's one that made me laugh, love, and feel. Kate has written another book to go right on my favorites list! I highly recommend this one to all lovers of romance!
The first time I met Ian Kemp in the sparkling blue waters of St. Thomas, I was six years old and we shared a summer beneath the stars.
The second time I met Ian Kemp, he was a shell of the boy I once knew. Turbulent and infuriating, he refused my friendship at every turn. Like me, he was a casualty of life’s cruelty, but we were planets apart.
We’d both sought refuge on the island, hoping to find our anchor. Instead, we found each other and managed to reclaim our stars…until we both got swept away.