Praise for Sunset in Laguna:
Sunset in Laguna deals with many real issues normally not addressed in fiction. The descriptions of the characters are remarkable and the world building is so realistic that one can almost smell the salty sea air. Christian and Kelly are very complex individuals who harbor deep issues...Ms. Marti very cleverly makes use of the five senses when describing characters and places, thus making even inanimate objects come to life.-InD'tale Magazine
5 Stars: Great read, terrific characters, and a to die for Olive
Cuddle up in your favorite nesting place, grab your beverage of choice and settle in for one terrific read! A heroine with a spine and a heart; a scarred hero, yummy enough to take home to tend; a darling rescue dog. Who could ask for more?
Read this one. It's a beauty. Kat Henry Doran, Wild Women Reviews
Returning to Laguna Beach after four tours in the Middle East, Christian Wolfe leaves the military behind and buys a wine bar, vowing to keep his life simple. He fights to keep his devastating PTSD a secret and refuses to burden anyone else with his baggage. When stunning Kelly Prescott and her red stilettos saunter into town, she drives him past the bonds of his self-control.
Successful in her father’s stuffy law firm, Kelly’s too compassionate to survive in the cutthroat world of corporate litigation. Leaving behind both family and courtroom drama, she moves to Laguna to become general counsel for a nonprofit veterans’ organization.
She didn’t bargain on a gorgeous modern-day Heathcliff, and in Christian, she sees another kind of challenge—one she can’t resist.