Review: Another Summer
Length: 142 pages (estimated)
Publisher: Solstice Publishing
As the novel opens, Tracy Ratcliffe, literary agent, comes to Wentworth Cove, Maine for a relaxing vacation. It turns out to be a vacation full of suspense. It's interesting to note that a few people believe they have seen her before. This opens up a mystery that arouses suspicion about her mother's past.
I began this novel after lunch and finished reading it in 5 hours. It grabbed my attention from the start. This story is set in a small town, and it brought back memories of the small town I grew up in. This is a clean romantic novel, only one part made me feel uncomfortable. However, there is no foul language which one might associate with books of this genre. The overall message is inspiring. The novel does end with a twist. I'll give it 5* out of a possible 5*.
I would recommend this novel to adult readers of romance novels. I would like to see more novels by this author. This would make an easy summertime novel to read by the pool, resting at home, or just about anywhere.
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