He swore to never come back. She promised to hold him to his word.
After years of living the life his oppressive parents wanted for him, Cameron Blake is ready to pursue his dreams of being a reclusive artist. Pleasing the faithful baseball fans of the New York Emperors has been rewarding, but now all he wants is peace and quiet. That and an irreversible vasectomy. Because there's no way he's passing on the heavy burden of the Blake genes to an innocent child. But Cameron never gets what he wants. Ever.
The last thing Adrianna Arenas needs is for her ex to slide back into her life. Not when she can throw a nine-year-old curve ball that will change his game. Not when his father could tear her world apart with a simple phone call. Especially not when, despite everything that stands between them, her insides go wild when Cameron walks into a room. But Adri never gets to keep things the way she needs them. Ever.
After ten years, fate brings Cameron face-to-face with Adrianna, the woman he never forgot, and the little girl that ties them forever.
It all goes back to the secrets, jealousy, and heartache that destroyed the magical summer when they loved each other madly, broke each other's hearts, and changed each other's lives.
Read this second chance romance and find out if Adri and Cam's story goes on the win column for love.
Good but missed the drama
I received an ARC in return for an honest review. Let me start by saying I like the idea of this book. I always enjoy a good secret baby. Here’s my issue. I needed some sort of build up. We start the story automatically with Cam finding out. I feel like it would’ve been better if he came back to town they saw each other maybe started building a relationship or even just a friendship and then he found out later on. And where was all his anger? You had a child that you didn’t know about for nine years and you’re not even mad at her! You want to automatically get into a relationship. I know I should be glad she got the benefit of the doubt but I needed a little more drama.
Now, let’s talk about this big reason Adrianna is afraid of Cam’s dad. I feel like every time I read a book that has this “big secret” that they won’t reveal it because they think their lover will leave them for it and then it isn’t as bad as it seems. I felt the same way about this one.
Overall, I did enjoy it but just expected a little more drama.
The Summer I Loved You
Wow! What a great story. Glad it was a happy ending. Thank you! Smiles today.
The summer I loved you