Boardwalk Summer

In the town of Tranquility Bay, summer is the season of second chances…

Single mother Hope Thompson has built a happy life for herself and her twins in beautiful Tranquility Bay, Washington. She doesn’t dwell on her painful past—especially not on the man who broke her heart all those years ago. But when Hope’s beloved son needs help, she takes a desperate chance and reaches out to her children’s father.

Nick Fortune lives life in the spotlight as a champion race car driver. He’s shocked to hear from Hope and even more surprised to learn that he’s a father. He immediately heads to the Pacific Northwest to confront the past—and the woman he once loved.

There, on the quiet lakeshore, Nick and Hope must work together to save their son—even if it means facing their complicated past—for a second chance as a family.

At first glance you’d think this is going to be another simple romance novel, perfect for summer time and the beach. Well, you’d be a little bit right but it’s not just a simple romance novel.

Fisk does provide tender love scenes wrapped amidst some tough topics such as single parenting, balancing work-family life, and worst of all a very sick child dealing with cancer of all things especially when it’s not as simple as it first appears.

As a mother I felt like I had bonded with the character of Hope as I could feel what she was going through trying to keep it all together while watching her child go through something she couldn’t fix. Fisk does a remarkable job of creating realistic situations and emotions so you are fully drawn to these characters and the trials they face.

You’ll feel your heart break at times then swell with hope and love at others because above all else this is the sweetest love story of them all, what a mother will do for her child and THAT makes it perfect to read this season.

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