While I don’t think the world is ready for a few hundred copy cats, this one was unique and quirky enough to put a smile on my face. As my husband would say, “That guy has some…”, I’ll let you fill in the blank.
The reason I call it a twofer. If you enjoy reading fun romance stories that have a tug on your heart, you’ll like this book. However, if you are an aspiring writer, this may be a perfect fit for you. Within the boy-meets-girl drama are instructions on writing a best selling novel. No kidding, I actually took some notes.
The one drawback for me is the annoying fact that Stu Summers can’t be found. Oh, I found the Lighthouse Publishing blurb for him, but other than that, not a trace. Is he real or has another author discovered a new marketing tool? I’ll leave that for you to investigate. Let me know what you find out, I’m as curious as you are.
This book makes my beach-take-along must for summer reading and I hope you will find it as enjoyable as I did.
For more information, I’ve included a link to several sites.
Summer’s Love on Amazon
Summer’s Love on Goodreads
Summer’s Love Review on Southern-fried Fiction