- File Size: 1811 KB
- Print Length: 245 pages
- Publisher: Swoon Romance (October 18, 2016)
- Publication Date: October 18, 2016
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B01LWA5TLQ
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #655,078 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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One Summer With Autumn Kindle Edition
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A perfect southern romance!
I read this book in one sitting because I couldn't (didn't want to) disengage from all the raw emotion. I swooned, I got choked up, I laughed, and so much more. Go ahead, dive in!
That's why I was drawn in to Reece's world to begin with, the humanity. She doesn't shy away from the wretchedness of the world, from the inhumane acts of the people who reside in it. This is what makes her work stand out, it's not just about the romance, it's about why the romance is important in a world that feels devoid of love at times.
Content warning: mild language.
Autumn Teslow had a sour disposition and a smart mouth to match. I instantly took a liking to her. I felt sorry for her at about the same exact moment that I met her, though, because of the family dynamic the Teslows had. Her dad was a major jerk, and I’ve never been more happy that a dad didn’t try to make a relationship with his daughter in a book before than in this one, more like a see no evil, think no evil mindset.
I had to warm up to her twin sister, Sydney, and didn’t like her very much either when she barked out her opinion on Autumn’s eccentric personality at the internship fair in chapter one. However, the more I got to know the Teslow twins, the more I enjoyed reading about their relationship. They were complete opposites but somehow fit. Yes, Sydney only cared about Sydney most of the time, but the moments when she could show she had a heart made it easy to understand why they were such great sisters.
Caden—or should I say Silas?—Behr was everything that makes you want to stomp your foot and storm off about a guy, but I loved him for it. He’s the guy that one minute your glaring at him, the next you’re kissing him. Yes, I loved him that much. He had the southern charm of a boy born and bred with a fishing rod in one hand and taught to open doors for women by the age of four. Their first kiss made me smile like a maniac and demand for more. I surely hope this isn’t the last we’re going to see of the Behr family because I loved each and every one of them.
Autumn and Caden got along about as well as dynamite and a match. Somewhere along the way someone would got boom, but with these two I never knew if it would be a good or bad kind of explosion…because with them that was always a possibility. Whether or not they would act on their attraction toward one another was one of the many reasons that I kept flipping through the pages, along with the fact that this story was so well written and honest. They don’t kiss a whole lot, but when they do…Julie Reece knows how to write a kissing scene!
I didn’t want to put One Summer With Autumn down once I started reading. The dialogue flowed effortless, the romance highlighted just the right moments in the story, and the southern charm of a small town in South Carolina—Cowpens, y’all!—shined through. The ending ripped my heart in two before it mended it back together. This isn’t just a love story—it’s a story of discovering a new you, redefining what it means to be family, and some Newfoundland scenes that made me want to run to the animal shelter. It might be a summer with Autumn, but this is a book for any time of the year!
*BEST BOOK EVER! Part of the blog tour, ARC*