Summer at Sunset – Summer #2 by Beth Labonte

Summer Hartwell is getting married. Finding the man of her dreams was easy compared to planning the wedding. Deciding to make it as easy as possible, Summer decides to hold the wedding thousands of miles away from where her mother lives, in the idyllic retirement community where Graham’s parents live.

Who would have believed the things that go on with the over sixties? Golfing, yoga, swinging!  With Summer’s parents arriving a week before the wedding, Summer’s stress levels reach an all time high. When Summer becomes convinced that one of the old ladies is trying to sabotage her wedding everyone, including Graham, has a hard time believing her. With a familiar face turning up out of the blue, the whole wedding could be off . Will Summer get the wedding of her dreams?


I love Summer. Nothing ever goes right for her despite every effort she goes through to ensure a peaceful life.  The antics of the retirement village is hilarious, although I could happily smack Graham for his incessant flirting when he knows it is winding Summer up.

Good to have more of Eric, Summer’s brother, in this story.  He is so laid back he makes Graham look like a worrier.

There are some very sweet and romantic scenes in this book.  Graham shows his love for Summer and stands by her when she starts to fall apart. And the Disney experience is wonderful.

Lovely story, funny and emotional. Same great characters with a few additions. If you have read and enjoyed ‘Summer at Sea’ then you are guaranteed to love this sequel.

Author: mandy

I love to Read! Mostly romance (of all types) but I also enjoy murder mysteries, paranormal fantasy, sci-fi, comedy, pretty much anything.

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