Thursday, September 1, 2016

Elana Johnson's UNTIL SUMMER ENDS - A review

Whew! It's been a long time since I've posted anything. In truth, I've been very busy with work and some sekrit projects. But, I miss you guys and really want to make a conscious effort to blog more and stay in touch.
Starting with today!
What better way to do that than to host my writerly BFF, Elana Johnson with a review of her latest book, UNTIL SUMMER ENDS




The Blurb:
Sophie Newton is determined to prove herself to her father, who insists she could never run a successful business. She opens a beachside taco stand called The Sandy Tortilla and plans to make her own way, one burrito at a time.


When she loses her summer help, Sophie rushes to find somebody to help take orders. She finds that somebody in Montgomery Winters, a struggling actor from LA. Mont takes the job; the money's useful, though he finds that his curvy boss is what really keeps him around.


As Sophie and Mont work together, they discover an intense attraction between them. But when Mont's agent calls him about a career-making audition, he decides he must pursue the opportunity, even though he can't get Sophie out of his head. Now, Sophie must choose between chasing after the man she's falling in love with and the business she's fought so hard to build.
Why I liked it:
I am not sure where to start. As a fan of romances, this book is definitely up there as one of my top reads this year. Friendship, romance, strong characters, strong emotions - this book has it all. Loved the way the plot unfolded and how well developed the characters are. Johnson does not disappoint with this book!

Are you a fan of romances? READ THIS BOOK!

Buy UNTIL SUMMER ENDS today:

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Paperback comes out on May 9, 2017.

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