One Season of Sunshine

One Season of Sunshine

by Julia London
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One Season of Sunshine 3.1 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 27 reviews.
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Sharon_Waldrop More than 1 year ago
This book was well-written, but I found the main characters (Asher and Jane) to be self-centered and have a lesson or two to learn about morals and ethics. Even if a book is well-written, it's hard to enjoy it when the main characters are unlikeable. With that said, I give it one star.
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This was such a good book I couldn't put it down. The book kept me guessing and wondering what was going to happen next. I would have never expected what to happen happen. I would definately recommend this to anyone who enjoys a suspenseful romance.
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The_Reading_Reviewer More than 1 year ago
We think allot about our past while living in the present preparing for the future. That is what Jane Aaron has done for too many years and she wants to break away from it all. She grew up in a wonderful household with a loving extended family but never got over the fact that she was adopted. Jane decides that in order for her to live in the present and prepare for the future she must take a step into her past and find her birth mother. She wants to know why the woman did not keep her and figure out how she fits into the world so all the pieces of Jane fit into the puzzle of the family that adopted her. So Jane takes a leave from her teaching position, puts her relationship with her boyfriend on hold, packs up her belongings and heads out for Cedar Springs, TX to find her birth mother and discover some answers. To supplement her stay in Cedar Springs Jane takes a nanny position with an out of control group who need more attention than she has the time for. They are children are recovering from the loss of their mother and the man in charge of all of them, Asher is globetrotting trying to keep his business afloat. Not enough time and too much anguish is tearing this family apart and as Jane begins her search for information she helps the children, Riley and Levi find a way back to live without grief and sorrow. What Jane never thought she would discover is a relationship with Asher and as the layers of their lives unfold it seems that destiny has brought them together? As Jane unravels the secrets of her life she becomes entangled in Asher's, but being wrapped up in his arms is not a bad place to find oneself. Julia London has been an iconic historical romance writer who last year ventured into the contemporary genre with the amazing Summer of Two Wishes. This book continues Ms. London's adventures in Cedar Springs and does update the reader on the last books characters but the new characters are even more charming, delightful and completely believable. We all spend so much time lamenting what has happened that at times we forget to work on today because tomorrow is at the door waiting to be opened. This book shows how great romance is written and I found it to be a complete delight. Mary Gramlich is The Reading Reviewer located at www.marygramlich.com
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jbarr5 More than 1 year ago
One Season of Sunshine by Julia London Jane wants to find out who her mother really is, the one who gave her up for adoption. She heads to Cedar Springs where the hospital is located where she was born. She wants to finish writing her thesis this summer and also finds a job as a nanny as there's nothing else there for work. She finds she really can't get through to the dad at his office so she must handle everything that comes up during the summer. He started getting closer to her and she wondered what life would be like to be the mom with the kids. She heads back to her hometown to hook up with her boyfriend. Things don't go quite right and she's back in Cedar springs to finish finding out the truth of her birth. Love reference to the cluster of stars above.