Saturday 10 November 2012

Blog Tour: Promo: Loving Summer

Hey guys! Today I have a bit for you about Loving Summer by Kailin Gow. Enjoy. :)

Title: Loving Summer
Author: Kailin Gow
Publisher: The EDGE Books
Released: 28th May 2012

Summer has always looked forward to spending her summers at her Aunt's beach house with the Donovans. To her, summers at Aunt Sookie's beach house was magical, especially getting to spend time with the Donovans - her best friend Rachel and Rachel's brothers Nathaniel, and Drew. Here at Aunt Sookie's beach house, they can be anyone and anything they dreamed. For Summer, she had always wished to become as pretty as Rachel and for her brothers to think of her as more than Rachel's friend. For Nat and Drew, summers at Aunt Sookie's beach house meant fun and escape, a place where they go to with their mom and sister for the summer, away from city life. They never thought this summer would be different. They never thought things would change as much as they did...and it all began with them falling for and loving Summer.

Loving Summer is one of those summer books you can just sit back and read. I know it's not summer now but reading this you can imagine you're on a beach. ;) It does also touch on some other issues, so it's not entirely light.


  1. I haven't come across this book before, but I have heard of the author. It sounds like a great summer read! :)

  2. It does sound like a wonderful summer read. It sounds like you already read this, Aa'Ishah. I'll have to check your GRs acct. :)

  3. Sounds like a cute read, love the cover - so pretty! ^^

  4. The premise reminds me of Jenny Han's Summer series. I love that kind of read because they indeed make you feel summery and on the beach. I might pick this up soon. Thanks for sharing A! :)


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