The Summer of You
From the acclaimed author of Revealed comes a tale of first loves and second chances. Lady Jane Cummings is certain that her summer is ruined when she is forced to reside at isolated Merrymere Lake with her reckless brother and ailing father. Her fast-paced London society is replaced with a small... show more
From the acclaimed author of Revealed comes a tale of first loves and second chances. Lady Jane Cummings is certain that her summer is ruined when she is forced to reside at isolated Merrymere Lake with her reckless brother and ailing father. Her fast-paced London society is replaced with a small town grapevine. But one bit of gossip catches Jane's attention- rumors that the lake's brooding new resident is also an elusive highwayman. Jane must face the much discussed mysterioso after he saves her brother from a pub brawl. She immediately recognizes him from London: Byrne Worth, war hero and apparent hermit-whom she finds strangely charming. The two build a fast friendship, and soon nothing can keep this Lady away from Merrymere's most wanted. Convinced of his innocence, Jane is determined to clear Byrne's name-and maybe have a little fun this summer after all.
Publish date: April 6th 2010
Publisher: Berkley Books
Pages no: 352
Edition language: English
, British Literature
, Adult Fiction
, Historical Fiction
, Historical Romance
, Womens Fiction
, Chick Lit
, Regency Romance
Series: The Blue Raven (#2)
Well that was... unsatisfying. The main romance didn't interest me at all. I was more involved with what was going on between the minor characters, Victoria and Andrew, so the fact that their relationship was resolved rather half-assed was a major disappointment. Additionally, a major plot thread re...
This could very possibly be one of my top ten favorite romances. The writing as well as the romance was truly beautiful. Every word Noble wrote was explicitly well-done.
Charming I think is a good word for this. :)The hero limped his way into the heroines and my heart. And what a fine match for him she was. I vaguely remembered her from the first in this series, but its been a while I read it. Same with the hero. I am pretty OCD with reading things in order always, ...
A good read for the lazy days of summer. Easy to put down to do things around the house or to take a dip in the pool but compelling enough to want to pick up shortly after. It’s nice sometimes to have a story that isn’t so addicting that you forgo all other responsibilities in lieu of reading, but g...
The Summer of You is a pretty good book. If you asked me to come up with two words to describe it, I would settle on "decent" and "competent." There's some sweet dialogue and a little mystery cut into the romance to keep my attention. The main characters, Byrne and Jane, are totally cool people. Lik...
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