Summer Quinn is a young woman with a lot going on in her life. She is dealing with some pretty tough issues. She is still coming to terms with the loss of her father 4 years ago. A father who raised her alone after her mother left them when Summer was a baby. Now her mother has returned after all these years, just showing up on her doorstep. Her boyfriend wants to come see her because he has "something to tell her", and it is starting to look like her best friend, Ian, just might be in love with her.
Summer’s Road is a heart-warming story, a story of love and loss and also a story of forgiveness and moving forward. It kept me reading all day and night, stopping only to eat and shower. This novel is full of emotion. It is one I will not soon forget. Kelly Moran is one of the most talented authors to come along. I look forward to her next novel.
When I started reading Summer's Road by Kelly Moran, I thought I would read a few chapters and then come back to it later that evening. I did not know I would become so engrossed in the novel, that it would not be possible for me to do that. What I also did not know is that because of this, I would end up sitting on my bed till 1:30 am reading until the very last chapter.
It’s been a long time since I have done that with any book. Sure, I have read some that kept me up nights saying “just once more chapter”, but reading a complete novel in less than 10 hours? Maybe once. Maybe.
After her father's death, Summer Quinn is alone in the world. With no family to fill the void, she finds comfort among friends. But her boyfriend wants to take their relationship to the next level, and suddenly there's an unexpected attraction building between her and her best friend, Ian Memmer--a man who's never settled for one woman. And now her estranged mother has reappeared. As secrets from her family's past and Ian's true feelings emerge, she's faced with choices she's not sure she can make. Happiness hinges on forgiveness and opening herself to love, even if it's not where she expected to find it.
Top Review Pick from Night Owl Reviews & The Romance Reviews!
*A stand-alone novel with a HEA*