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    Great

    It is a very good book. It was well written and the characters are described well. I plan to read more by this author. I highly recommend it to anyone and everyone.
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    Cherokee Summer

    Cherokee Summer tells the story of two eighteen-year-old's who both have challenging family lives, although in different ways. Ace has a dad who is cheating, a mum who is a drunk, and also has to take the major responsibility of looking after her brother. John wants to leave the reservation and go to college whilst still dealing with the rest of his family and his addict mum. In this story you get to see where each character comes from, with their own trials and tribulations, as well as seeing them grow closer together - mainly through adversity! There are many characters in here, some of whom play a big role, some of whom don't. There are good characters and bad. What this means is you get rich, well-rounded story with plenty to keep you turning the pages. There is action and adventure, young love, suspense, and even some moments that had me shaking my head in gob-smacked wonder. Full of drama, this is told from the first perspective from the viewpoints of both Ace and John. If you are on the lookout for an intriguing story then I can definitely recommend this one. * A copy of this book was provided to me with no requirements for a review. I voluntarily read this book, and the comments here are my honest opinion. * Merissa Archaeolibrarian - I Dig Good Books!
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    A beautiful love story

    Reviewed by Cheryl Schopen for Readers' Favorite In Cherokee Summer by Susan Antony, Ace and her family are spending the summer in Cherokee, North Carolina. She just tries to take it day by day, taking care of her autistic brother and dealing with her alcoholic mother and absent father. Then, she meets John, a Native American Cherokee Tribe member on the nearby reservation. John has his share of family drama as well. His mother hasn’t exactly been a mother to him and his grandmother, while loving and just wanting the best for her grandson, is also very traditional, stubborn, and set in her ways. When Ace and John meet, there is an instant connection. They almost instantly fall in love, but their families and other circumstances try to keep them apart. Is their love strong enough to keep them together, especially when Ace mysteriously disappears? Cherokee Summer is a beautiful love story between two teenagers from different worlds that will draw you in and get you hooked from beginning to end. Even though the pacing was a little too quick at times, I thoroughly enjoyed following their relationship. The romance was realistic and sweet, and I just couldn’t get enough. It may have been written for the young adult crowd, but as a woman in my 30s, I could easily relate to Ace and her relationship with John. It is young love, but it has its trials and tribulations just like any other relationship. With its relatable characters, exciting and suspenseful plot, and sweet, nostalgic romance, this book is perfect for teenagers and adults alike. I, for one, was on the brink of tears when it ended. I craved more. I wanted to keep reading about these characters that I grew to love. Susan Antony is definitely an author I will be following from now on.
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