I will read anything I can get my hands on. Seriously.
Most books I read are reviewed for Harlequin Junkie, but I'll have an occasional independent or author requested review that I'll post.
What fun I had reading The Summer Bride! Between Flynn and Daisy’s comical bantering, Lady Bea lovingly interfering in everyone’s lives, and catching up with previous characters, I hated to put this book down for even a second.
“None of that lovey-dovey stuff–you know what I mean.”
He grinned, a flash of white teeth. “What ‘lovey-dovey stuff’–you’ll have to be more specific. Give me an example, a demonstration perhaps.” The big rat was enjoying this.
“You know exactly what I mean.” She poked him in the chest. “Just behave yourself, all right.”
While this can easily be read as a standalone, I think it would be more enjoyable if you’ve at least read the previous book, if not the whole series where this finishes out the quartet. And what a great way to end the running storyline about these four ‘sisters’. I’ve fallen in love with the characters of course but I truly love the premise behind it all most. There is something wonderfully satisfying watching people form their own family out of a rag-tag bunch of supposed misfits or castoffs and seeing them succeed and find love. And that’s basically what happened in each of these four books.