Sea Glass Winter

Sea Glass Winter He was used to getting what he wanted And what he wanted was her As an Explosive Ordnance Disposal Specialist Dillon Slater had one of the most dangerous jobs in the military Now he s enjoying the p

  • Title: Sea Glass Winter
  • Author: JoAnn Ross
  • ISBN: 9780451238931
  • Page: 446
  • Format: Paperback
  • He was used to getting what he wanted And what he wanted was her As an Explosive Ordnance Disposal Specialist, Dillon Slater had one of the most dangerous jobs in the military Now, he s enjoying the pace of life in Shelter Bay, where he teaches high school physics He still gets to blow things up, but as the school basketball coach he also gets to impart leadership skilHe was used to getting what he wanted And what he wanted was her As an Explosive Ordnance Disposal Specialist, Dillon Slater had one of the most dangerous jobs in the military Now, he s enjoying the pace of life in Shelter Bay, where he teaches high school physics He still gets to blow things up, but as the school basketball coach he also gets to impart leadership skills His latest minefield fifteen year old Matt Templeton and Matt s irresistible mother Claire Templeton moved her troubled teenage son to the small town of Shelter Bay to escape the bad influences at his school in L.A But when his attitude earns her a visit from the handsome basketball coach, she wonders if this role model might be too much of a temptation for her Because though she isn t looking for a relationship, she can t seem to resist Dillon s playful charm But what she doesn t realize is that Dillon isn t playing games he s playing for keeps

    Sea Glass Winter Shelter Bay by JoAnn Ross Sea Glass Winter is only the third Shelter Bay novel I ve read the first was On Lavender Lane, which I read out of order , and I m now on the lookout for the other books Ross writes with practiced ease, and her characters are generally sympathetic The attraction between Claire Sea Glass Winter A Shelter Bay Novel Kindle edition by Feb , Sea Glass Winter A Shelter Bay Novel Kindle edition by JoAnn Ross Romance Kindle eBooks . Sea Glass Winter A Shelter Bay Novel JoAnn Ross Sea Glass Winter A Shelter Bay Novel JoAnn Ross on FREE shipping on qualifying offers He was used to getting what he wanted And what he wanted was her As an Explosive Ordnance Disposal Specialist Sea Glass Winter Shelter Bay Series by JoAnn Ross Sea Glass Winter is a book that will stay in your heart and mind for a long time The family and friends connection just makes a wonderful book even deeper Claire and Dillonrsquo s relationship is built on then just their physical connection, its deeper because of their respect for each other It was really a treat for me to revisit past Sea Glass Winter Book , Shelter Bay Series Author Sea Glass Winter Book Shelter Bay Series He was used to getting what he wanted And what he wanted was Claire As an explosive ordnance disposal specialist, Dillon Slater had one of the most dangerous jobs in the military. Sea Glass Winter on Apple Books Dec , Sea Glass Winter Excellent reading for entertainment I particularly liked this story because I do lampwork and kiln forming glass too Knowing the author wrote other stories that tie into this one before would have been helpful. Harbor Treasures Gift Shop Winter Harbor, Maine Harbor Treasure Gift Shop in picturesque Winter Harbor, Maine is a unique treat You will find a variety of distinctive art and jewelry created with Maine sea glass reclaimed from the beaches and harbors of Downeast Maine Our many Made In Maine gift lines and hand crafted items will also delight you. Check Out These Beaches For Beautiful Maine Sea Glass Aug , Check Out These Beaches For Beautiful Maine Sea Glass Sea glass is produced naturally when the glass of broken bottles and other miscellaneous objects lost in the sea are rolled and tumbled in the ocean for years Eventually, the edges of these pieces are rounded and made smooth, and the previously shiny glass takes on a frosted appearance. Top Beaches for Shells Seaglass in the USA Seatail

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    • JoAnn Ross

      New York Times bestselling author JoAnn Ross has written over a hundred novels for a bunch of publishers Two of her titles have been excerpted in Cosmo and her books have also been published by the Doubleday, Rhapsody, Literary Guild, and Mystery Guild book clubs A member of the Romance Writers of America s Honor Roll of best selling authors, she s won several awards, including Romantic Times s Career Achievement Awards in both category and contemporary single title Currently writing a new Honeymoon Harbor series for HQN set on the Washington peninsula, that will launch in April, 2018, JoAnn lives with her husband her high school sweetheart, who proposed at the sea wall where her Shelter Bay books are set , in the Pacific Northwest.

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    • He was used to getting what he wanted. And what he wanted was her.Sea Glass Winter is the fifth book in JoAnn Ross’s Shelter Bay series. It’s a sweet, sexy, heartwarming story, one I truly enjoyed!From the cover: As an Explosive Ordnance Disposal Specialist, Dillon Slater had one of the most dangerous jobs in the military. Now, he’s enjoying the pace of life in Shelter Bay, where he teaches high school physics. He still gets to blow things up, but as the school basketball coach he also get [...]


    • I loved this book just as much as I have loved the others in this series. The main focus of the book is the developing relationship between Claire and Dillon. Dillon left the military and took part in the Troops to Teachers program which landed him in Shelter Bay where he is the physics teacher and basketball coach. Thanks to his time in the military he is big on teamwork and is very good at getting the kids in his classes and on his team to cooperate. He knows about Matt's problems when he tran [...]


    • I am not a big fan of this series, usually I am a fan of small town books but this book in particular seemed to focus on all the characters from the other books than the people who were supposed to be the hero and heroine. And I have read enough books about single mom's moving from the city with a troubled teenaged son in tow. Hell, the son got more page time than the hero. And this theme has been kind of done in this series as well. Heroine's mom dies, son becomes troubled. Hero was a bomb diff [...]


    • My major complaint is that we kept getting chapters on previous characters. I'm fine with getting updates or information on how the couples from previous books are doing, but I don't care enough to be taken out of the story completely and sent to another person's life. Especially when it's just an excuse to inject drama that wasn't happening in the current couple's relationship. Not much is going on with Claire and Dillon, so let's have Pheobe go through some lawsuit stuff and get engaged and we [...]


    • I must confess that I bought this because I mistakenly thought it was the sequel to Carolina Home by Virginia Kantra. Sea Glass Winter is, in fact, an entirely separate series, set in an entirely different part of the country, and written by an entirely different author. It took me longer than I'd care to admit to pick up on this. However, despite not having read any of Ross's previous Shelter Bay books, I enjoyed this one. I'm home sick today and this was the perfect book to be read while you a [...]


    • Like many of the other shelter bay books, a lot of time is spent on previous characters and catching up with life in the town and not as much on the hero and heroine. Fun, but would have liked more time spent on the main couple. I also had some difficulty believing in their romance because I did not feel they were on the page enough. Many of the plots seem to jump around and there are events that take place without enough connection. I think this book would have been served well by having one or [...]


    • Northwest author shows us what small town living is like in coastal Washington state.Dillon Slater was a Tech sergeant who has spent time in Afghanistan defusing IED’s. After his tour, he signed up with the Troops to Teachers program and recently started a job teaching high school physics and coaching the boys basketball team in the idyllic town of Shelter Bay, Washington.Claire Templeton is a jewelry designer who lived in Beverly Hills until recently, and is now a citizen of Shelter Bay. Afte [...]


    • 26/11 - After reading the first couple of chapters (especially the bit about the sullen teenager, Matt and his mum Claire) I realised that I'd already read Sea Glass Winter, a few months ago. There is no record that I've read this, no review, no rating, not even a borrowing record at the library, but I'm positive that I remember the annoyingly morose basketball star Matt - that's all I remember about the plot at the moment, but I'm sure it will come back to me as I read. The reason that I didn't [...]


    • I really enjoy JoAnn Ross' Shelter Bay series, and was so delighted to find this latest installment - Sea Glass Winter. With the story of the struggling high school basketball team (a sport I actually understand!) in the background, I really enjoyed the romance between glass artist/jewelry designer Claire and the high school basketball/former soldier Dillon. Plus JoAnn catches her readers up on the lives of the residents of Shelter Bay, who weave in and out of each other's lives like the good fr [...]


    • Shelter Bay is a lot like Virgin River. A small town where everyone knows everyone else's business and a lot of love is going around. Glass blower Claire Templeton moves her high school sophomore son from the stars of Hollywood to the backwaters of Oregon after her mother dies and Matt starts to get involved in the wrong crowd. He's a basketball phenom but that won't matter if he's busted for pot possession. Meanwhile Dillon Slater is part of the Vets for Teaching program. He was in Afghanistan [...]


    • Shelter Bay #5Claire's mother died and her life and her son's life changed. She decided to move them from Beverly Hills to Shelter Bay, which she had fallen in love with on trips there to sell her jewelry. Her son Matt is a basketball star. But the coach, Dillon Slater, needs to teach him how to work with a team. Claire is infatuated with Dillon right away. Dillon is completely taken by Claire the first time he sees her.Kara and her friends bring meals to Claire and welcome her to town. Kara inv [...]



    • Author: JoAnn RossFirst published: 2012Length: 388 pages, 4659 kindle locationsSetting: Contemporary. Shelter Bay.Sex: Explicit. Infrequent.Hero: IED disposal expert now basketball coach.Heroine: Single mother, jewellery designer.Trigger: Spousal abuse. Spousal rape.Includes: Steam Clam RecipeIncludes: excerpt from Castaway CoveEasy to read. Nothing overly special but a good example of it’s type - Returning Soldier Finds Love in SmallTown. And an abused single mum finds love story.References o [...]


    • Picked up 2 of this series at the library booksale the other day and flew through this one! Seems like retired military is a go-to for romance authors currently, but it works. Breadth of experience, variety of travels, usually honorable people looking for a new life after retirement/discharge. Enjoyed the direction this story took and look forward to reading more of the series.


    • Sea Glass Winter (Shelter Bay #5) by JoAnn Ross is a feel good, small town romance. Everything about this book from the setting, to the characters, including the romance, is near perfect. This almost reads like a screenplay for a TV series because there’s a little bit of everything for most readers. The main story has a PG-13 sensuality rating featuring a single mother heroine, Claire (she had Matt at 18, and his father was never in the picture), who leaves the big city of Los Angeles, CA for [...]


    • Sea Glass Winter, Shelter Bay #4, by JoAnn RossGrade: C“Not only does she play with fire and danger; the lady knows her chemistry. I don’t suppose you’d agree to marrying me and having my children?”When Claire Templeton found out she was pregnant by a married man at eighteen her mother was there for her and helped raise her son Max. With her mother passing away and Max getting into trouble at school Claire decides to move from the craziness of Beverly Hills to a quiet life in Shelter Bay [...]


    • Excerpted from a review originally published at The Bookwyrm's Hoard.Sea Glass Winter is only the third Shelter Bay novel I’ve read (the first was On Lavender Lane, which I read out of order), and I’m now on the lookout for the other books. Ross writes with practiced ease, and her characters are generally sympathetic. The attraction between Claire and Dillon is evident from the beginning. Thankfully, Ross doesn’t resort to unbelievable complications or ridiculous misunderstandings to keep [...]


    • Title: Sea Glass WinterSeries: Shelter BayAuthor: JoAnn RossGenre: ContemporaryHe was used to getting what he wanted. And what he wanted was her.As an Explosive Ordnance Disposal Specialist, Dillon Slater had one of the most dangerous jobs in the military. Now, he’s enjoying the pace of life in Shelter Bay, where he teaches high school physics. He still gets to blow things up, but as the school basketball coach he also gets to impart leadership skills. His latest minefield: fifteen-year-old Ma [...]


    • 4.5 StarsI cheered when JoAnn Ross returned to writing small-town romances, the kind she was writing long before the current trend, and I’m loving the Shelter Bay series. Sea Glass Winter is the fifth Shelter Bay book, following The Homecoming, One Summer, On Lavender Lane, and Moonshell Beach. Clair and Dillon, like the protagonists of the earlier novels, are interesting, likeable characters who have overcome difficulties, found what they are meant to do with their lives, and are committed to [...]


    • Another great read from JoAnn Ross in her Shelter Bay series. I would recommend this entire series to anyone who loves small town romances that focus not just on the relationship between the hero and heroine but the town and its community as well. I’ve started to notice a pattern; it does take almost 200 pages before a first kiss. But I’ve found that with this series, that works for me. I like the buildup between the h/h and that they take their time coming together in a romantic relationshi [...]


    • The final Read for Pink novel we are covering for the month of October is Sea Glass Winter by Joann Ross. I have a new town to share with you Shelter Bay.Synopsis:Claire and Matt move from Beverly Hills California to Shelter Bay Oregon. They are hoping for a new start. Dillon is leaving the army to teach high school physics at Shelter Bay High and he will be the Basketball Coach. Dillon visits one of the local restaurants one morning and hears about the phenom who is coming to Shelter Bay High s [...]


    • DO NOT BUY THIS BOOK FOR A STANDALONE.Yes, there is one arc that does complete, but other than that there's like 4 other stories going on. A secondary romance with the teenagers that is NEVER completed and left in a horrible place and then all these other walk on characters that you may or may not care about if you haven't read the other books. I literally skipped at least 12 chapters that had nothing to do with the primary or secondary storyline. Skipped them. And was it okay to skip them?Yes, [...]


    • Sea Glass Winter by joann RossMatt moved with his mother, Claire to Oregon. He's a basketball player in high school.They had left the LA area due to the drug influence on Matt.Love hearing the local attractions to visit when Matt is escorted around the first day of his new school, Amy who he spends a lot of time with.Claire is a seaglass jewelry designer she blows her own pieces and gets some from the seashore. This book is up to date noting the tsunami and debris washing up on Oregon beaches.Di [...]


    • Sea Glass Winter is the 5th Shelter Bay novel by JoAnn Ross. She is so good at adding new characters to the mix of characters from previous books. Dillon Slater is a soldier that dismantles IEDs in the war in the middle east. He returns to the United States in the troops to teacher program. He is a high school science teacher that is also the new head coach of a failing varsity basketball program. Since they have a new transfer student that also happens to be a basketball star from his former hi [...]


    • This is one of those series that just keeps getting better. Ross introduces new, unique characters for each story while keeping in touch with the previous characters. In this case, while we meet Claire and Dillon and watch them develop a relationship, we also see "the girls" welcoming Claire into their fold. We see Charity's new son, Johnny, help Claire's son Matt to find his place. And we see Phoebe's continuing story with Ethan. But first and foremost, this is Claire and Dillon's story and it [...]


    • SEA GLASS WINTER is a warm and cozy romance where you will visit with some old friends and meet some new ones along the way. JoAnn Ross has captured the essence of small town living with brilliant precision. If this is your first Shelter Bay, novel you will want to go back to gobble up the rest of the books in this series. They are that good! SEA GLASS WINTER is a Romance Junkies recommended read.Dillon Slater is used to working a stressful job as a bomb disposal specialist in Afghanistan. He ha [...]


    • This was actually a nice winter reading, especially on a forced two-weeks off work. A single mother moves from Beverly Hills to nowhere Oregon as a much needed change for her and her teenaged son. After her mother's death, she realized both of them need a fresh start. Her son though is a basketball phenom, and he is "the great white hope" of a loser high school basketball team. Except in the eyes of the coach, he isn't. The coach believes the team needs to become thata team who has the attitude [...]


    • Would give 3.5 stars. Good sweet and predictable love story. Author added a little more to it and it was an enjoyable read. Liked the characters and the believable story line. Claire and her son move to Shelter Bay. Her son. Matt is a great basketball player and everyone hopes he will help the team have a winning season and even go to state championship. Claire meets the basketball coach Dillon who is single and there is an instant attraction. Can anything come of this relationship? Will people [...]


    • Perhaps if I'd read the others in the series I would have had more invested in this book. As it is, it was just eh. Not much happens, just a look at a couple of people's lives with a very little bit of "romance" thrown in. I like the kid's story better than the adults. At least there is some conflict there.Woman moves herself and son to the Northwest to get the kid away from bad influences. He's a basketball star who has to find a way to play for a new coach who's more interested in making a tea [...]


    • As with all of JoAnn Ross' books in the Shelter Bay Series, this one didn't let me down.but made me want more. Clair and Dillon's relationship started out as pure parent/coach it ended up as a love story wanting to learn more about them. I am not going to spoil anything and add all the details if you want to know moreess you are going to have to read it for yourselfEVER, I must add that since JoAnn adds a story line from the previous books in this seriesI would recommend reading the first one an [...]


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