Review: Sunkissed Days

Sunkissed Days: A Magnolia Sound Prequel by [Chase, Samantha]

 

 

 

 

Synopsis:

Mallory Westbrook is ready to make her move on Jake Summerford, the boy – now man – she’s been crushing on for years. Coming back to Magnolia Sound to celebrate her great-grandfather’s birthday provides the perfect opportunity to show Jake that she’s no longer a child.

The last thing Jake expected to do at his mentor’s birthday party was to find himself kissing Mallory under the moonlight. Though he’s known her for years, the thought of kissing her never crossed his mind. But the shy tomboy he once knew is gone, and in her place is a woman he can’t resist.

They have one summer before they go their separate ways. Insecurity wars with the possibility of a future together, but it could all come to an end before it even has a chance to start.

Rating: 5-stars

Review:

Sunkissed Days by Samantha Chase is the prequel to the A Magnolia Sound series. A brand new series by this talented writer. I wa quite piqued to find out what the new series will be like. I was not disappointed. Samantha Chase still brought that dash of humor, lust, heat, passion, and emotional tug of war like she did for her previous series. A young couple featuring one totally in love with the other one and the other being completely blind to it for years. This plot was a bit similar to the Shaughnessy Brother Series. But it held a whole new level of appeal. New characters, new places, and new twists made this plot a hooker. I could not stop reading it. The writing was impressive as always. I fell for the new characters. Not just the main couple for also the whole cast. Especially, the great-grandpa who loves to interfere and make his family happy. There was so much love going around, it was hard not to feel it. Overall, I recommend this to all contemporary romance lovers. Sunkissed Days is sweet and enticing in all the ways that matter.

 

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