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John and Rachel's story starts back in high school. They were certain it was love even then. They were destined for greater things. At least, he was. His father talked her into breaking up with him and sending off to football greatness.
Now, both divorced and back in Lake Bliss, they find the attraction is still alive. Sparks literally fly around them when they are in the same room. He asks her to let him be her nanny. Her three sons love this idea too. Can she keep her hands off him if she is his employer?
His mom is one of her dearest friends and thinks this is the best solution for both of them. John has never stopped loving her. He has no clue even today, why she sent him away. She wants to tell him but it has been so long. Would it even matter?
When her ex returns and wants her back - can she choose the right man for her future and her kids? Such an engaging story that keeps you interested. My only complaint was the abrupt sort of ending. Full of surprises though! This is the 2nd book in the Lake Bliss series. I give it a 4/5 Kitty's Paws UP!
***This ARC copy was given Free from Netgalley.com and the publisher for review purposes. My honest opinion does not reflect Netgalley, nor its affiliates.
Just For The Summer had a lot going for it, it had a great storyline and
a male character to die for but somehow it just missed the mark.
Everything was just good enough but it never crossed into anything more.
storyline is a serious one but it was played more as a romance, and
instead of really addressing the issue of adoption we are given a female
lead that is a little to self-pitying, I understand why she is like
that to an extent but I would have liked a little more depth and a
little less waterworks.
The biggest issue was the ending, it felt
rushed and unrealistic. it was as though the author had a strict word
limit and so had to cram a couple of chapters worth of storyline into
The best thing about it was Matt who was great. He was a
great character he filled the romance role perfectly but was also a
really great father. The sexual tension between him and Dani was great
but when it came to the sexy times it was (unfortunately) a fade to
Just for the Summer is a quick and engaging read but could have had a little bit more.