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    Interesting collection of summer romance reads

    Do Over by Muriel Garcia This was a great start to Kat and Jake's story. Kat has been set up for an arranged marriage but is unhappy, then she finds something out which could change everything. Along the way she meets Jake, who is everything her fiance wasn't. It will be interesting to see where their story takes them. A Summer Risk by Brie Paisley I loved this story. It's a really sweet summer romance. Even though it was short, I really felt all the emotions from Kenzie and Jackson and it was lovely seeing them together and getting to know each other. Summer of Sage by KB Cinder This is a hot story about high school grad Rini falling for her best friends brother whilst attending his self defense classes. Sage is quite a bit older and more experienced and Rini is happy to watch from afar. But she's not the only one watching from afar. Great short story. A Brit Down Under by Hanleigh Bradley A sweet holiday fling whilst Shannon is backpacking in Australia. Shannon has escaped the UK and pressure from her parents only to meet Jensen after a little mishap. Shannon was a great character, fun and klutzy but knew what she wanted. A Sky Full of Stars by J.P. Uvalle This book really confused me. I felt like I'd missed out loads of chapters in the middle and only read the beginning and the end. The characters had potential but I never really got to know them that well so couldn't connect to them at all. The ending was a little bizarre. Heaven's Meeting by Elaine May This was a sweet romance about two people who met on the internet under tragic circumstances, but have formed a mutual bond. It was a nice little love story. The story was a little hard to read as it was in huge blocks of paragraphs, and the speech could be hard to follow. Surf's Up by Krista Ames I loved this story. Two lonely people on a holiday, a few missed opportunities and a bit of luck. Kaylee was great, not shy and very chatty, Benji was a little shy but a gentleman. They were meant to be together. Missy's Summer Romance by Lea Winkleman I think this story has huge potential, but it felt a little rushed and I couldn't feel the relationship build between Missy and Darren at all, he almost felt a but stalker ish with how quickly he declared his feelings for Missy.
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    Endless Summer

    Very entertaining and enjoyable story by Hanleigh Bradley. Good storyline and characters make me laugh. The banter between them was so refreshing. It was just too short,but good if you need to relax and get away from daily struggles. This is my volunteer review.
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    Pretty good for an anthology

    Pretty good for an anthology which I don’t usually go for. I hope to see some books take off from these short stories especially Hanleigh Bradley’s A Brit Doen Under. It sure seems like that one has the potential for a follow up.
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    Fabulous collection of short stories

    What fun! I thumbed through this (e-readers require thumbs too) and found some of my favorite authors as well as some new ones I am sure I will love. I can not imagine a better poolside or bedtime companion. I have a love of anthologies - not only do I get snippets from my favorite authors but I get to find new ones - win win! I will return and update with each new short and each new author A Brit Down Under by Hanleigh Bradley I started out laughing Shannon is an absolute blast and the fact that we get to hear her thoughts - I was rolling Shannon has a small (I was laughing so hard during this scene) mishap and lands at the feet of Jensen (oh my wow I would sacrifice a limb for this encounter) and being the adventurer she was she took full advantage - We all know when on vacation nothing counts- right Turns out smexy is not enough to get past a small misunderstanding Being a short story I am not giving away any spoilers Know this Brit down under will have you laughing and loving
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    Becareful what you wish for

    Endless Summer (Anthology) Anthologies can have completely different effects on reader’s simply by the style and creativity of the individual Author’s involved. Endless Summer was a great rendition of a number of short stories, created for us to enjoy the many adventures and differences found within both the relationship and those who are totally invested in putting their hearts on the line. Yes there are a selection of enjoyable stories but two caught my interest most. A Brit Down Under, I definitely had to read, simply because I am “A Brit Down Under” myself. I was completely enthralled with how well Ms Bradley brought these two challenging yet funny characters together. Shannon and Jensen had me both laughing and shedding. tear as their circumstances cannot help but draw these two vivacious characters together into a Brit having fun down under. Shannon after being bitten by a shark finds herself drawn to Jensen building up a friendship that suddenly developed into something much stronger. But as often happens with strong determined people a communication problem causes a huge misunderstanding and we suddenly see how deeply these two feel yet appear to refuse to budge when it comes to compromise. Are Shannon and Jensen able to over come the hole they have created, definitely grab a copy of the anthology to find out what happened. A Summer Risk,. Brie Paisley. This also caught my eye mainly because I know how so many men and women can easily relate to the passion, pain and confusion that is felt once you leave a card marriage. An extremely well written story of understanding how hard it is to start trusting another even when there is an instant connection. Will Kenzie be able to trust her heart again or will she always be to fearful of being hurt again A terrific story that many of us have seen or experienced, definitely grab this anthology “An Endless Summer” and find a quiet spot to sit back and dream about “What If”.
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