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    Sisters of Summer's End

    Another great book by this author that will leave you with all the good feelings. Joy has started working at the drive-in after her divorce and she and her young son are getting by and rebuilding their lives. Maris has ran the camp store at Summer's End and she and Joy form a strong and binding relationship like sisters. Now they both have a chance at romance, even if it not what either is looking for. Royce is the owner of the drive-in and perfect for Joy and Jack and when you add in the puppy, who could resist that. Maris, oh, she tries to deny her feelings but Daron is something special. This was a slow starter but once it got going it was hard to put down! Definitely worth a recommendation from me. **Received this ARC for review from the publisher via NetGalley**
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    Rich with humor and great friendships!

    This was more than just a romance. This was about friendships and family that aren’t related by blood. It’s about people with character flaws and backgrounds that influence their present day decisions and how they learn to let it go. And I loved it all. There are actually two relationships included in this book. The main couple is Joy and Royce who have recently met. With her son Jack as the center of her life, she’s been on her own since her parents disowned her. But when she allows herself to open up to Maris and a friendship develops between them, she also finds herself opening up to Royce. Royce has his reasons for wanting to remain unencumbered but after getting involved with Joy and Jack he’s quickly decided that he’s all for entanglements. ”How could Joy ever be a burden? Wasn’t possible. She brought laughter into his life, warmth and direction. All good emotions, with lots of sizzling physical need, too. Around her, he felt completely alive. Somehow, without obvious effort, Joy had drawn him from his sad, burdened past and focused him squarely in the positive present.” I loved Royce and the way he instantly connected with not only Joy but her son as well. A part of that is accepting an injured pup into his household that literally causes chaos. I have to admit, Chaos pretty much stole the story from the main characters but I’m not complaining. The other couple included here were Maris and Daron. They’ve known each other for years but she was always closed off to him until her friendship with Joy makes her stop and take a moment to just enjoy time with a friend. I actually felt the connection and chemistry between this couple more so than Joy and Royce. Daron was cute and charming and so very careful with Maris. He was pretty perfect as heroes go. This is a very low angst read, a bit slow because there wasn’t really anything driving the story onward. It centers on the various relationships and the growth of each woman as well as the development of their relationship with each hero. I loved watching these women open up to each other and evolve from that moment on. The culmination of the conflict between Joy and her family was satisfying but the lack of an epilogue left me wanting. I’m sure there will be more books to come and we’ll see these characters again, but that doesn’t curb the craving I have for more right now. Overall, this is a sweet read heavy on character development, rich with humor and great friendships and electric with sexual chemistry. I voluntarily read and reviewed an advanced copy of this book provided by NetGalley and Harlequin. All thoughts and opinions are my own.
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    Contemporary Romance

    Sisters of Summer’s End by Lori Foster Summer Resort #2 What a delightful way to spend the day! I returned to Cooper’s Charm RV Resort in Ohio and visited with old friends while making a few new ones. I was able to watch two couples find happily ever afters and two women become closer than sisters. I had a smile on my face at various times in the story and have one on my face as I write this review. Joy Lee, recreation director, is a single mother that puts her son Jack first and gives him the type of childhood she did not have. When she meets Royce Nakirk for business to discuss cooperation between the campground and his drive-in theater they are both quite taken with one another. I absolutely loved the way this couple got together and pursued the relationship between them. Royce with Jack was a treat for the two of them and for Joy and also for me. When they found an abandoned injured puppy and added took it home...it added one more wonderful character to the story. Marisa owns Summer’s End store and diner located on Cooper’s Charm. Everyone stops in daily for coffee and her delicious cookies and as the story begins she and Joy begin to become better friends. She encourages Joy to step out of her comfort zone and pursue some fun with Royce but isn’t so sure about doing the same when the tables are turned and Joy suggests she pursue some fun of her own with Daron. Marisa and Daron so deserved to be together and watching it happen was another part of the story that had me smiling once again. Sure, there were some aspects of the book that were heavier…backstories and childhoods and dealing with parents but the strength the characters in the book derived from dealing with those hard times only made this story better. I actually hated having the book end. Why? I would really like to return to Cooper’s Charm for another story BUT didn’t see any characters mentioned that might show up in book three of the series...unless...if I am lucky...there are people that come to visit, vacation or work at the resort in a future book. Thank you to NetGalley, HQN and the author for the ARC – This is my honest review. 5 Stars
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    Great Book

    Another great read in the Summer Resort Series. This time a round it's Maris and Joy to find love and happiness. Both ladies are fighting the battle of I'm independent and don't need any man's help. They will learn it's not that the man takes over, it's that he is a partner. Jack is such a wonderful 5 year old little boy. Again Lori makes you fall in love with everyone at Cooper's Charm. This book will make you laugh, shed some tears, steam of the pages and just give you the biggest feels. *I received a free copy of this book via the NetGalley/Author and am voluntarily leaving a review.*
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    Heartwarming, emotive, and rewarding.

    Sisters of Summer’s End is an engaging, lighthearted tale that features the hardworking, single mom Joy and the dependable, supportive Maris as they forge an unconditional friendship that will help them both conquer and embrace past hurts, childhood baggage, strained familial relationships, and newly budding romance. The prose is crisp and fluid. The characters are easygoing, helpful, and likeable. And the plot is a heartfelt tale of life, love, support, understanding, tenderness, familial drama, friendship, steamy moments, playful banter, and delicious chemistry. Overall, Sisters of Summer’s End is a sweet, uplifting, humorous addition to the Love at the Resort series by Foster that will leave fans delighted to revisit with all the characters they came to know and love in the first novel in the series, Cooper’s Charm, as well as being introduced to some unforgettable new ones, both of the human and four-legged variety.
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