The Summer Sisters by Sara Richardson

The Summer Sisters
.ePUB, 295 pages
Expected Publication: July 6th 2021 by Forever (Grand Central Publishing)

About the Book:
The Buchanan sisters share everything—including their inherited Juniper Inn. But when their mother won’t let go of a decades-long feud with their Aunt Sassy to attend the inn’s grand re-opening, the sisters decide a family reunion is long overdue. Youngest sister Rose is determined to put together an extravagant celebration. Only she needs to convince a certain surly hardware store owner to help finish the inn’s renovations. After a heartbreaking end to her marriage, Dahlia and her kids are just starting to rebuild their lives. Dahlia’s even considering opening herself up to love again, but will that upset the stability she’s worked so hard to give her children? Sassy McGrath has never stopped missing her sister, Lillian, and though they’ve both been too stubborn to reconcile, some shocking news might finally change everything. As family bonds are tested, will these two very different generations of women find the strength to believe in themselves and each other?

My Review:
This is part two in a series and I didn't know about or read book one. The first book took place during Christmas and I wasn't in the mood to read it seeing as we're at the start of summer here in Canada so book two seems so much more relatable right now.

This book was as fluffy as a bag of cotton candy and sometimes I love that...this was good break from my thrillers and I loved the family dramas. There was even a bit of romance and throw in an old gal's wisdom and you have a pleasant story to while away a few hours.

Thank you NetGalley, Sara Richardson and Forever (Grand Central Publishing) for the opportunity to read this book in exchange for an impartial review; all opinions are my own.

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