Roses & Thorns

Roses & Thorns

Tuesday, September 16, 2014

Summer Lovin’ by Donna Cummings


Everyone should have at least one wild fling on their resumé.

Mia volunteers to dog-sit for two weeks, giving her a chance to figure out the next step in her life, and career. She discovers it's not easy chasing after a puppy with a shoe fetish, but there's a reward for all her troubles: the hunky guy next door.

Luke is a workaholic forced to take two weeks' vacation, and at first he's sure the downtime might kill him. But then he gets to know his temporary neighbor. She's sexy and fun, and all of a sudden, two weeks isn't nearly enough time.


Summer Lovin’ is a cute little romp involving two people taking time off who are brought together by an animated dust mop who plays cupid. The puppy’s name is Bootsie, but through most of the book they call him Hellboy, because he’s so good at getting into trouble.  One could wonder how much trouble a little Bichon Frise could possibly get himself into, but Hellboy manages to find enough mischief to keep Mia and Luke together for their entire two week sojourn—just enough time to cement their relationship, and worm his way into their hearts and lives.  After all—when Mia and Luke get together, they’ll be right next door; he can visit them any time.  Summer Lovin’ was a fun diversion for an hour or so on a lazy summer day.

Length:  58 Pages

Digital Price:  $0.99

Thanks for visiting. Rose, Julie & Rochelle

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