Thursday, May 15, 2014

Review: Another Summer

Another Summer
by Georgia Bockoven

Publisher: William Morrow
Pages: 400
Format: book
Buy the Book: Amazon

Goodreads:  A twentieth high school reunion reunites lovers who must learn to trust again. Teenagers from opposite worlds discover that having a chip on their shoulder only makes it harder to get through doors. An ambitious corporate attorney finds herself falling for the man she has vowed to destroy in the courtroom. A young family, reeling from a devastating loss, meets a mysterious older couple and a half-starved stray cat that will guide them back to each other.

None of these people will leave the beach house the same as they were before. . . .

Kritters Thoughts:   The second in a series that centers around the occupants and owners of a beach house and its neighbors.  Although Julia isn't in this book, but instead the owner of the neighbor home - Andrew is more or less the "main character" in this one, the author still provided perfect updates on Julia and most of the characters from the previous book.

Each of the new renters take a month during this book as well and they each have issues that they need to overcome and time away at a vacation home may help.  I fell in love with each of the new renters and wasn't sad that the previous renters only showed up in little moments.  I loved that Andrew's story took a majority of the story and he was a fantastic common thread to weave the previous book and this one together.  

This book had a little more sexy times than the previous, but nothing too over the top or inappropriate.  Thankfully this one didn't make me sob ugly tears, I loved it just the same, but could keep the emotions a little more in check!  Take this series in book form or ebook form on a beach trip and you will be set!  

Rating: absolutely loved it and want a sequel
(third in the series to be reviewed tomorrow!)

Ebook 2014 Challenge: 30 out of 100

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