This week I’m reviewing Another Summer by Rebecca Stevenson.
Here’s a little about it:
When literary agent Tracy Ratcliffe travels to the sleepy village of Wentworth Cove,
Maine, for a much-needed vacation, the most excitement she’s expecting is a sunset
walk along the beach. Instead, she hears about a portrait of a woman who looks
suspiciously like her that had hung in the local art gallery for years, even though she’s never set foot in Wentworth Cove before.
Tracy also meets handsome Nathan Norsworthy, a moody aspiring novelist who
takes her breath away. Nathan helps her deal with the suspicion that the man she
knew and loved as her father probably wasn’t. That is, until she begins to suspect
that Nathan is using her to break into the world of publishing…
I give this book FIVE stars!
What could go wrong when a beautiful literary agent and a sexy aspiring writer attract? They may get delightfully complicated and deliciously romantic! I was hooked! This is a sweet love story with a little mystery that unravels as Tracy Ratcliffe discovers a secret from the past. The delightful village of Wentworth Cove has more than one surprise in store for her. Is her father really the man who raised her? Does the writer with the amazing eyes really like her or is he just looking to get his book published? It’s a plot that keeps you turning pages. I enjoyed the well-developed, likable characters and the beautiful setting along the New England coastline. It really makes me want to visit coastal Maine. My only complaint is that it ended too soon! Stevenson better give us a sequel! This is a clean romantic read I definitely recommend.
Rebecca Stevenson is a freelance editor and writer whose frequent visits to New England have become the inspirations and settings for her stories. She is a member of Romance Writers of America and Dallas Area Romance Authors and currently lives in Texas with her husband. Another Summer is her first novel.