Summer Again

  • Release Date:     ISBN: 5809914651221361311
  • Genre: Contemporary     Publisher:
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87 Ratings

Summer Again Book Summary

Book 1 in the St. Caroline Series
A sweet summer romance set on the shores of the Chesapeake Bay

A wealthy heir called back home by family duty ...

The town of St. Caroline had never felt like home to Sterling Matthew. Even though the Matthew family could date their residence back nearly a hundred years, Sterling had grown up in boarding schools—and promptly decamped for the ski slopes of Europe after college.

When his father falls ill, his mother calls him home to run the family business, the renowned Chesapeake Inn. What Sterling finds, though, is a business on shaky financial footing and a staff resistant to the radical changes he has to make. No matter. He’ll do what needs to be done … and then leave St. Caroline for good.

A woman who’s pulled herself up by the bootstraps …

For years, Lucy Wyndham wondered whether she’d ever catch another glimpse of the boy she’d crushed on at the Chesapeake Inn’s summer camp for disadvantaged kids. He’d been tall and quiet. Mysterious and aloof. And the owner’s son. Now he’s her boss and the attraction is just as strong—but they’re no more compatible today than they were as teenagers. When he informs her that the camp must be eliminated to improve the resort’s bottom line, she embarks on an ambitious campaign to save it. Even if the price is her job ... and her heart.
Summer Again was previously published as Falling for the Prodigal Son.

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Summer Again - Julia Gabriel Reviews

  • Summer Again

    Loved this book and disappointed when it ended.
  • Cringe-worthy

    By Atthebeachnow
    This writing in this romance novel is very amateurish and gives me hope that even I could be a published author if this author got a publisher. The story is about two very immature adults who are attracted to each other for the most superficial of reasons, written as if by someone who has not experienced romance except as depicted in the movies. The language is unrealistic, the sex scenes seem like those of adolescent fantasy and not the relationship of real people. The female characters speak of being defiant, strong women but every action they take are actually the actions of weak willed women. After lots of cat and mouse flirting, punctuated by a few episodes of teenage-style lust, the main characters decide to get married, then it ends. Whaaaaa? Terrible ending to a bad novel.

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