A Summer Reunion: All Our Yesterdays\All Our Todays\All Our Tomorrows (Harlequin Anthology)From the Publisher:
ONE BEACH HOUSE.
TWO SISTERS REUNITED.
THREE STORIES OF FAMILY, OLD FLAMES
AND SUMMER LOVE!
It’s a family celebration you’ll never forget…
Now that she’s reunited with her sister, Tori Fuller doesn’t regret a moment of her life. But she’s never forgottenthe guy who got away. Heart surgeon Sam McCormack is as sexy and irresistible as he was back in college…and ready to prove to the woman he’s always loved that it’s never too late to start over.…
Lauren Sutcliffe never expected her mother’s sixtieth birthday bash to lead to romance. But gorgeous Aussie
builder Adam Hunter wants to stake his claim on the bossy, burned-by-love caterer. He wants to share all her tomorrows, if Lauren will just say yes!
David Longwood isn’t looking for love…until a family reunion throws him in the path of free spirit Kinsey McKeever. Suddenly the buttoned-down lawyer is rediscovering his passionate inner self and dreaming about forever after… with Kinsey.
What I thought:
Three feel good romance stories, all tied together with a common thread - the two sisters who were separated after their parents were killed when they were children. These are the stories of their families post initial reunion. They were easy reads and with the summer "reading season" upon us I would recommend these stories to any one who is trying to get a "quick" read in ... You don't need to read all three at one time, but once you start, it's hard to stop! And the eiplogue ... fabulous. I don't know why, but I didn't see that coming!! Short stories are great for new moms, trying to get back into their groove for reading. Great for people waiting for planes, car rides, the beach.... You can pick up your own copy of this book on June 28, 2011. Preorder now from Amazon.com
Also, these are set in the South Jersey Shore ... not Jersey Shore like on MTV but the beautiful town of Cape May, NJ. Being from NJ, I was familiar with the scenery, roads, and places the authors spoke of. The first book contains a bit of Philadelphia in it too ... where we are heading tonight for dinner for my birthday. Very cool!