Release Date: 04.05.2016
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.
I really liked this book...Friends to Lovers stories are my favorite at the moment but Summer's Road is so much more than that,it is mostly a journey of healing and self-discovery.
This story touched my heart because it is so real that Summer,our heroine, could definitely be one of our friends that is struggling with their lives right in this moment,too scared to be a burden to ask for help.
The author's writing was able to suck me into the story since the first page and thanks to the flashbacks we have all the characters' background stories and we can better understand their present choices.