Summer

Summer

by Frankie Rose

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BN ID: 2940045636186
Publisher: Frankie Rose
Publication date: 02/02/2016
Series: Four Seasons , #2
Sold by: Smashwords
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 624,588
File size: 632 KB

About the Author

Frankie Rose is a British expat, who is currently enjoying the perks of living in Australia- her awesome husband, sunshine, and vitamin D. She spends her time creating fictional universes in which the guy sometimes gets the girl, the heros occasionally die, and the endings aren't always happy. But they usually are.

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Summer 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I wanted the story to just keep going! Must read, i could not put it down. Well written! Loved it.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Could not put this book down
Xkoqueen More than 1 year ago
NA Angsty Romance Summer (Four Seasons #2) by Frankie Rose is the follow up to Winter (Four Seasons #1). I didn’t read Winter first, and I would advise that readers read these books in order for maximum appreciation. The start of Summer jumps right into an intimate scene that felt abrupt since I had not read the previous book in the series. Avery and Luke’s intense passion continues from the end of Winter. After a short visit to see Luke in L.A., Avery is back to New York with the only worry being how to maintain a long-distance relationship. Until Luke goes radio-silent and she can only presume that she has been dropped like a hot potato. Avery and Luke each has a tragic past. In Summer, Luke’s past trauma is haunting him, and he feels out of control. As with most NA romance stories, he doesn’t trust his girl enough to communicate the issue. The resulting drama provides for the standard NA angst. Most of the book is about their individual angst over the losing their soul mate. The story is told from dual POV with the insertion of Luke’s therapist’s notes on their meetings. The plot points between their separation and the zenith of the story did not add much to the resolution of the conflict with two exceptions. Luke’s therapy clearly helped him work through his personal issue so he felt he could really be with Avery, and Avery’s (seemingly random) reconnection with a prior antagonist allows her not only closure on that past issue but said antagonist points out that she should not let the love of her life slip through her fingers without a fight. Overall it was an okay read for me that might have been better if I had already been vested in the characters.