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Carley Fortune

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I didn't love Carley Fortune's other books, but this one was great. I loved the characters Lucy and Felix and they had great chemistry.
littlemuls | 1 annan recension | May 20, 2024 |
Lucy is vacationing with her best friend on Princess Edward Island. When her friend is delayed, she forms an instant electric attraction with a hunky guy shucking oysters at a local restaurant. This leads to a shocking discovery and Lucy trying to keep a promise to her best friend.

I enjoyed this book, it was a fun, romantic summer read. The friendships within the book were priceless. I felt more of a connection to the friendships than I did with the romantic relationship. Plot was fairly predictable, but still a perfect mental getaway. Writing was beautifully descriptive of PEI to the point I want to visit. I’ve read Every Summer After, but now need to read Meet Me at the Lake. If you are looking for a light summer read with a little heat, I recommend This Summer Will Be Different.

Thanks to Berkley Publishing and NetGalley for this ARC. This is my honest opinion.
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LoriKBoyd | 1 annan recension | Apr 23, 2024 |
This is a dual timeline, second-chance romance that’s full of Dirty Dancing summer nostalgia mixed with Before Sunrise vibes since the meeting between Fern and Will involves one night touring a city that ends up life-changing. It was a little slow for me at the beginning but paid off in the end.

“Let me tell you something about me: I am extremely picky about people. Most of them, I don't particularly like. I have very high standards for the ones I let into my life these days. And you, Will Baxter, are my favorite of all of them.”… (mer)
lizallenknapp | 8 andra recensioner | Apr 20, 2024 |
If you’re looking for a nostalgic summer story about young love and second chances, read this book on the dock by your favorite lake. While you’re there with toes skimming the placid water, you’ll meet Sam and Percy—summer friends who grow into more than friends until they’re not. Then, you’ll watch adult Sam and Percy reunite after more than a decade separated, more than a relationship severed, where they’ll be forced into more turbulent waters, confronting a past they’ve spent so long avoiding.

My favorite coming-of-age stories are those that have dual time perspectives between youth and adulthood. I love seeing how milestone moments or crossroad choices impact an adult life, and Every Summer After captures that ebb and flow perfectly. In the same vein as Christina Lauren’s Love and Other Words, this story highlights the best and worst parts of the bildungsroman summer romance, anchoring you in both nostalgia and relief: longing for summers past and thanking your lucky, summer stars that you don’t have to relive it.
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lizallenknapp | 22 andra recensioner | Apr 20, 2024 |





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