The Summer of No Attachments

HQN: Harlequin. (The Summer Friends, Bk. 2). Jun. 2021. 336p. ISBN 9781335459893. pap. $16.99. CONTEMPORARY ROMANCE
In the second installment in Foster’s “Summer Friends” series (after The Somerset Girls), Corbin moves with his ten-year-old son Justin to veterinarian Ivey’s small town by the lake. Still reeling from learning only recently about the existence of his son, Corbin is looking to set down roots, while Ivey, tired of always playing it safe, is looking for a fun summer fling. Ivey adores Justin’s sweet demeanor with all creatures great and small and beings to realize that her feelings for his dad may be a little more serious than she first considered. When Corbin’s brother Lang moves in to help out, he begins to romance Ivey’s friend Hope, and all soon discover that they may have just found what they have been missing.
VERDICT The perfect summer read has memorable characters and heartfelt family drama. Fans of Foster and new readers alike will be pleased with her latest offering.
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