Saturday, April 21, 2018

Review: Summer of Change

Summer of Change Summer of Change by Elena Aitken
My rating: 3 of 5 stars


With the Springs resort set to open in mere weeks, Trent Harrison needs to stay focused and see to every detail. The last thing he needs is a complication, even one that comes in the form of sexy bar owner, Samantha Burke. 

Samantha loves her quiet close-knit community of Cedar Springs, just the way it is. The addition of a fancy new resort as well as its arrogant owner, and the change they’re both sure to bring, is certainly not welcome. 

With Trent pushing his way into her town, and her life, Samantha’s resistance to him wavers in the face of the passion and heat they share. Change is inevitable, but can either of them drop their guard long enough to accept it when there’s so much on the line?

My Thoughts:

Title/Cover: Honestly, I only grabbed this book because I wanted something short and sweet for a spell-it-out challenge. It wasn't the cover or the title but the low page count that drew me in.

Characters: Sam & Trent are ok. I didn't feel much of a connection with the characters.

Plot: Sam is upset that Trent and his brother are changing her hometown by building The Springs. Trent is bent on changing Sam's view of him and his company.

Overall: A short and sweet romance. A perfectly good way to kill a couple hours.

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