Friday, April 5, 2013

Review: The Summer He Came Home, by Juliana Stone

Ten years ago Cain Black packed his guitar and left Crystal Lake. Sleeping in a different bed every night has made it easy to forget his past. But tragedy has him returning home where he meets beautiful single mother, Maggie O'Rourke. For Maggie, love is a luxury she can't afford and a mistake she won't make again. Except Can is making her second guess her decision. But how long can he stay, and what happens when her past comes back?

Aside from a few timing issues and bit of a weak conflict, this was an enjoyable read. I like Stone's writing style, which is a little quirky, a little humorous, and a lot sweet. The secondary characters were a nice add, and the other books look worth reading. The setting was detailed well and the main characters very relatable. Recommended.

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