Tuesday, May 29, 2012

Loving Summer-Kailin Gow

Summer has always looked forward to spending her summers at her Aunt's beach house with the Donovans. To her, summers at Aunt Sookie's beach house was magical, especially getting to spend time with the Donovans - her best friend Rachel and Rachel's brothers Nathaniel, and Drew. Here at Aunt Sookie's beach house, they can be anyone and anything they dreamed. For Summer, she had always wished to become as pretty as Rachel and for her brothers to think of her as more than Rachel's friend. For Nat and Drew, summers at Aunt Sookie's beach house meant fun and escape, a place where they go to with their mom and sister for the summer, away from city life. They never thought this summer would be different. They never thought things would change as much as they did...and it all began with them falling for and loving Summer.


 Kailin Gow has done it again...creating yet another great story...that when it ends your left wanting to beg her to hurry up and release the following book.How can she keep doing this to me..oh the torture!(Okay enough dramatics..breath in breath out..)
   In Loving Summer your introduced to Summer,Rachel,Nat,Drew and Aunt Sookie(who I happened to have so much trouble with her name since everytime I read it..I read it in Vampire Bills...Sookeh voice.) I dont want to call this a love triangle as its not quite a triangle..but perhaps a love square?Without giving too much of the book away there are 3 boys who all fall in love with Summer.I will leave it at that.Throughout this book Kailin Gow again addresses some serious topics;Depression,self esteem,divorce,Suicide.I love that she addresses these topics..they need to be out there floating around.
   So once again Kailin has written another wonderfully entertaining story.If your looking for an nice summer read..pick this up.You wont be disappointed.

You can purchase Loving Summer HERE for kindle(or paperback) Hope you enjoy it as much as I have!

1 comment:

  1. I liked the book. I finished it in one day. It reminds me of the books by Summer trilogy Jenny Han.