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  • 4.5 stars of adventure and entertainment!

    I really enjoyed this book.  The theme of it never being too late to start over is an timely one - many of us will feel the need to start over as things begin to open up after the pandemic.  The characters are all highly likeable and charming.  I appreciate the fact that these three strong women are at different points in their lives and are open to new opportunities.  The story is engaging and entertaining - the journey along Route 66 allows the readers to take a road trip with these characters.  I enjoyed the discussion of local foods and landscapes which added interest.  Liza’s journey of reconnecting to her younger self was especially meaningful to those of us in our middle years. What I Liked About The Summer Seekers: - The diversity in age of the three female protagonists - The feeling of accompanying Kathleen and Martha on their road trip - The theme of it never being too late to start over Thanks to Edelweiss+ and Harlequin for the ARC of this book in exchange for this honest review.

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  • A Must Read

    The Summer Seekers by Sarah Morgan is an amazing, moving, emotional tale of three women, three generations, each having a crisis with how their life is at the moment. Join these women on adventurous road trip with laugh-out-humor, understanding, forgiveness, self-reflection, and emotional healing, and a reminder that life is too short for anyone not to grab a fresh start on life, no matter what age they might be. Warning: keep tissues nearby. Kathleen might be eighty years old, living alone in the countryside, but after s an encounter with an intruder her daughter fears for her safety and wants her to move into a residential home. Kathleen is a very independent women and refuses; craving an adventure like she used to have. Liza has tried to understand her mother, but that bond never formed. Liza is a take control person, taking care of everyone else, never herself. The daily stress of her family life and demands is overwhelming her and the last thing she needs is her mother jetting off on a crazy holiday with a stranger. All of this is making Liza long for a summer by herself; no demands, no picking up after her twin teen daughters or busy husband. Martha is having her own crisis, despite only being in her twenties. She is a kind soul who took care of her ailing grandmother, helps her elderly neighbors yet is unemployed, unloved, and unable to please her parents. Martha has no idea how to get her life together or what she wants to do with her life, and with low self-esteem and constantly being treated like the help it’s hard to get inspired. She knows something has to change but has no idea how to make the change. Seeing Kathleen’s advertisement for a driver and companion to share an epic road trip across America might just be the answer to Martha’s prayers. As these women embark on the journey of a lifetime, they will discover it's never too late to start living life as they have dreamed of. Ms. Morgan wrote a story that illustrated the soul and growth of her characters. I loved this wonderful, heartwarming, multi-generational story, which I could not put down. I highly recommend The Summer Seekers to other readers and it should be on everyone’s summer reading list. I voluntarily reviewed a complimentary copy of this book.

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  • Loved it!

    I love books that I can feel and this is that type of book. All of the feelings are everyday feelings and the ending is exactly what you would want.

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  • The Summer Seekers

    Excellent. I thoroughly enjoyed it from the first page to the last. It was full of fun and suspense. What a wonderful writer. Loved the bantering and love between all the characters. So fun.

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  • Good Story about Family

    80 year old Kathleen decides she wants to fly to America and drive the famous Route 66. But she has never driven, so she puts an add in the paper for a driver and Martha applies for the job. Thus begins an adventure. Her 40 year old daughter in London, married, with two teen daughters is very concerned. It’s a fine adventure, stoping ar all the recommended sites. They even pick up a hitchhiker.. everyone has very interesting backstories. Lots of fun,adventure and secrets.

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