- File Size: 2164 KB
- Print Length: 400 pages
- Publication Date: October 12, 2017
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B075TVG3KL
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #160,266 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
About That Summer (Every Summer Has a Story Book 1) Kindle Edition
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The couple met at camp when they were 15 years old. They have been married for over 15 years until one day the H walks out. He walks out after he authorizes a hysterectomy for the h. He authorized the hysterectomy to save her. She had been slowly killing herself with over 6 miscarriages in order to give him a child and was in danger of dying. They get divorced.
Eighteen months later, they see each other over a memorial service for a close friend at the same camp site. She is still very much in love with the H and did not move on. He has a girlfriend.
Dislikes: The story alternates between the time they met to the present. I am not a fan of that format. The story is told in the first person..the h. The H has the epilogue. I am not a fan of one person's viewpoint especially in a second chance story. You hear the h go through a lot of pain in the backdrop with flashbacks of the miscarriages and her losing the H, but you do not get the same from the H. The H was dating a very, very young OW. She shows up at the campsite for the memorial service the day after the H/h has sex. The H does not pull her aside to tell her that he is back with the h. Instead, the OW has him feeding her bread in front of the h. The h breaks down and tells the OW that she slept with the H and will always love him and then she apologizes to the H for not seeing the pain he was also undergoing. The h makes all the efforts in getting back together and the H did nada. After the h's outburst, the H drives off with the OW. This was also the second time the H walked away. He walked away from the h when they were still teens because he wanted to see other women since the h was the only woman he ever went out with. The h took him back the first time with no questions asked because she was so in love with him. The second time he walked away, he never reached out to reconcile. They only meet again because of the memorial service. I really did not like the H's character much. He did so little on his part in the reconciliation process and I had to question what his feelings were for the h.
I did not like the h much either. I felt like she was too much of a doormat and made no effort to move on when she knew that her ex was dating again. Why did it take a memorial service to reunite the two if they were still in love with each other? If not for the service, would the H still be dating the OW while the h wallowed in self pity?
Likes: the H did not sleep with the OW. He told the h that he felt pressure to move on and start dating but could not sleep with the OW because he was still thinking of her.
There is a HEA, but not an uplifting story.
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