Aunt Sookie’s beach house was a special place where these 4 children felt that they could be anyone or anything.
It has been 3 years since they have spent time together at Aunt Sookie’s and they all have ideas of what this summer will bring.
Summer wants to be seen as pretty as her friend Rachel and to be seen as more than just Rachel friend to Nate and Drew. Rachel is excited to be spending time with her best friend and Nat and Drew enjoyed the escape and found time to have some fun.
Nate and Drew never expected things would change so fast as it did…and it all begins with them loving Summer.
Wow, I was hooked pretty quickly. It turns quickly in who will Summer pick Nate, Drew or someone else? I loved this book that I quickly had to buy the second and third book in the series. I enjoyed them. Summer is a trying to figure out love and is stuck in a love square between two brothers and someone else. I stopped reading because I was happy with the ending at book 3 and knew what was probably going to happen in a book 4. I would recommend this book for anyone who loves love drama because there is a lot of it. I loved Drew, he was my favorite and felt he was the one that Summer should choose. He is attentive, loyal, caring, loving and sweet. I love him. I really like Nate but I just feel that Drew is winning to do everything to be with Summer and Nate isn’t able to do that. I loved this one! One click this one for some teenager love drama!
5 out of 5 Stars – Loving Summer touched on issues like divorce, illness, and self-respect. Gow was able to guide her characters through tough situations without making it too heavy for the first book in the Loving Summer Series. It’s very possible that you’ll be reduced to tears while reading the passion in the characters’ words, actions, and motivations. There isn’t anything cookie-cutter or simple about Loving Summer. – Lovey Dovey Books
5 out of 5 Stars – This is hands down one of my favorite books that I’ve bought for my kindle, EVER.” – McKayla
5 out of 5 Stars – Finally a college age/young adult contemporary romance where the girl is strong, has a choice with her love and life, but still captures the vulnerability and femininity of a woman who can attract all kinds of guys, including the hot alpha guys in Loving Summer and all Kailin Gow fiction books. With balance and sensitivity, Kailin Gow writes women characters appropriate for today’s modern contemporary world. – J. Hoover, University of Southern California