Jordan Bradford is the son of Mollyís
boss and while she has seen photos of him, she has never met
him. Then she is asked by her boss on the way to her
vacation if she will stop and make sure that Jordan is ok.
Since the photojournalist was wounded while on assignment,
he has turned into a bit of a hermit. Molly knows she is up
to the task and sets out to bring him out of his
Not only is Molly attracted to Jordan
but she is getting under Jordanís skin. Jordan doesnít know
what to do with the headstrong Molly and canít seem to
figure out his own feelings either. Will things be worked
out before Jordan finally is coerced into going back to
Tide Times was a funny, sweet romantic story.
Having been to Nova Scotia, I was able to relate to some of
the weather conditions mentioned in the story, which brought
back a few memories of my own. I did think Jordan was a bit
hard on Molly, and then suddenly changes his mind, at least
that is the way it would appear to anyone other than
Jordan. Though the plane ticket scene was one of the
funniest that I have read in a long time. I laughed at some
of the antics and overall enjoyed Tide Times.