The Somerset Girls
“Foster convincingly brings her characters to life against the idyllic backdrop of Kentucky farmland. This down-to-earth romance will especially appeal to animal lovers.”—Publishers Weekly on The Somerset Girls
No one knows you quite like a sister…
Summer in Sunset, Kentucky, means long, hot days—and sometimes surprising new beginnings. Through it all, the ties of sisterhood will be there, guiding Autumn and Ember to the lives, and loves, they need…
When they’re running the animal-rescue farm they inherited from their grandparents, Autumn and Ember Somerset are perfectly in sync. At all other times, not so much. Dependable Autumn would rather curl up with a good book than paint the town red with Ember. After the disaster that was Autumn’s last relationship, it’s pure self-protection. But when her high school crush comes back to town with his adorable young daughter, igniting memories best left forgotten, there’s only one person Autumn can turn to…
Beneath Ember’s free-spirited facade is a layer of deep hurt. She’ll gladly nudge Autumn toward a second chance. But risk her own heart? Not likely. The closer Autumn gets to her own happily-ever-after, the more Ember wonders what she might be missing—and if it isn’t her time to be bold, too.
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Foster (Driven to Distraction) sparks new romance in the lives of two very different yet equally appealing sisters in this pleasant standalone contemporary. Autumn and Ember Somerset have inherited their grandparents' animal sanctuary in Sunset, Ky., balancing their newfound responsibilities on the farm with their careers as an interior designer and a builder, respectively. When responsible Autumn's high school crush, Tash Ducker, now a single father, returns to town, Ember plays matchmaker, setting up an appointment for Autumn to meet with him to discuss designs for a bedroom for Tash's seven-year-old daughter, Sadie. Autumn instantly bonds with the precocious young girl, who delights in tales of the rescue animals on the Somerset farm. As Tash and Autumn grow closer, their romance is enhanced by the warm welcome of the rest of the Somerset family, who embrace Tash and Sadie wholeheartedly. Meanwhile, free-spirited Ember may have met a match of her own in the farm's handyman, Mike Brewer. Foster convincingly brings her characters to life against the idyllic backdrop of Kentucky farmland. This down-to-earth romance will especially appeal to animal lovers.
The Somerset Girls
Loved this book. The sisters though different work well together. Everything was just perfect. Was a different concept of a story then I’ve ever read before. Was the kind of book I’d want to be a series. Didn’t want it to end. But, don’t think it lends itself to that at all. Highly recommend.
Fun in the sun with sizzling heat!
This sweet summer story is about the Somerset sisters, Autumn & Ember, who are wonderful, hard-working and caring with their love of animals and saving them from the cruelty of others.
Each having their own obstacles to overcome, they each do so with ferocity & determination of women who find themselves in love with two amazing men... Will they find the love of their lives or will it end after the summer heat that fizzles out?
Either way, you’ll enjoy the sizzling heat of this ride... 😉
I received an ARC in exchange for an honest review.
The Somerset Girls review by Christine Jalili
Awesome book. It’s very heartwarming, loved the family dynamics of Autumn and her sister Ember and how they take care of their parents. We get a dual romance with all points of view given. Did have some tears when Ember opens up to Mike. Loved how Autumn falls for Tash and his daughter Sadie. It’s such a great book and I loved feeling so connected. I voluntarily read an advanced readers copy and I highly recommend this book.