An Endless Summer (Summer, #2)
Pages no: 311
, Contemporary Romance
, Coming Of Age
, Womens Fiction
, Chick Lit
, Young Adult Romance
, New Adult
Read My Review: http://totally-bookalicious.blogspot.co.uk/2013/08/book-review-endless-summer-summer.html
This is a combined review (sort of.) of both the previous book and this one. So, be smart and avoid reading anything you don't want to read.I'll award this series some serious credit for being able to capture the right essence and beauty of summer. It was bright, light and sunny....and it was kind o...
Visit Sab The Book Eater to enter the giveaway for a signed copy or one of 5 ebooks of either book in the series!I didn't think it was possible to think the first book in a series was just okay but end up liking the sequel so much. I'm biased when I say this book is really good because Sean's my fav...
I love the fictional town of Onslow and what it represents. The Summer series is beautifully brilliant and realistic. Set in a small town where they all know one another, the setting is realistic and anyone who has lived in a small town in Australia, knows that it can either be a blessing, or a curs...
An Endless Summer is Sean and Amy’s story. It is more of a companion novel to The Boys of Summer then a sequel and it was great to see some of my favorite characters from Boys of Summer, namely Toby and Tess, in a different context and to see that their relationship was still going strong.Amy’s fath...