By Zoe York
Never say never. Especially not to a determined bad boy.
Zander Minelli is exactly the wrong kind of man. He’s dark, dangerous, and knows far too much about sawed-off shotguns.
Faith Davidson finds him irresistible. The widowed single mother knows she should dip her toe back in the dating pool with someone solid and dependable. Definitely no tattoos. But every time she looks up, the brooding soldier is watching her, and she can’t help but wonder what it would be like to let herself have a taste…
Small town summer nights have never been hotter—and one transplanted city-girl’s heart has never been more fragile.
Unfortunately I have to say I was a little disappointed with LOVE ON A SUMMER NIGHT. I think the best way to describe why I didn’t enjoy this story⎯as much as I hoped I would⎯is that it lacked depth. I love when a book sucks me in and draws out my emotions, but that didn’t happen here. Don’t get me wrong, there’s nothing wrong with the characters or the story, but at the same time, they don’t stand out either. Zander is supposed to be a bad boy, but he never came across as one to me. I thought he was very sweet and a wonderful role model for Faith’s son, Eric. Faith was married to a bad boy once before and has since sworn off them, but again, her husband didn’t sound like a bad boy. Adventurous and a little reckless? Yes. Bad boy? No. Eric was adorable and funny and I enjoyed his scenes the best (I need to tell my son that knock knock joke). If you’re looking for a nice, simple read about two people falling in love and finding their HEA, LOVE ON A SUMMER NIGHT is for you.
Love On A Summer Night (Pine Harbour # 4)
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