EBOOK READ (Summer Secrets) ¾ Jill Sanders

Rom the book and after some point when the book did not met my expectations I sort of gave up on it until the suspense aspect of the story progressed Looking in met my expectations I sort of gave up on it until the suspense aspect of the story progressed Looking in series overall I saw a decline in my ratings for each book and I really hope that I will like the next book which will probably be Scarlett s than I liked this one The Wildflowers are back in action and this time things are really heating up when it seems like someone is going to try to take out one of the flowers to get to one of the guys Great plotting is taken to another level with great characters that ou connect with and root for I can t wait to see what happens at Camp in the next installment 375 starsI have enjoyed this series so far However this story I struggled with Even though I knew the characters from the previous books this one would have been farfetched to be read as a standalone As I mentioned each book of this series is about a different couple but I felt like had I not read the other books then I would have been even lost There is a slight recap of how everything came to be but it still was hard to put the pieces together not only as of the previous history of Owen and Hannah but in regards to the mystery of Lee Costa and the Wildflowers gang When everything falls into place between these two it is fire because these two did have steamI would still read this book but I am glad that I had read the others first I am still curious about where this series is going to go next We got the last brothers story and some surprises maybe not I mean I kind of said to myself this is what is going to happen so lets just say I wasn t surprised or outcome but was surprised of relations I am trying not to give up spoilers when Wicked Affairs p 2 you start readingou will get my meaningSo we got the last brother but we still have 2 girls le My review will be live on donnasbookblog on 18th February 2020 publication dayI thought that this was a little slow to start but definitely keep reading and it gets uite goodAll the characters worked well definitely keep reading and it gets uite goodAll the characters worked well and it turned out to be a good romance and whodunnitI thought that the story was well planned put and it had a great flow as soon as I got in to the storyIt is 4 stars from me for this one I really enjoyed it This is the third book in this series Hannah and Owen s story Hannah comes from very controlling parents They are all business all the time They want Hannah to marry someone that will further the business Hannah wants to stay at the camp she helps run with at the camp she helps run with four best friends Of course Owen makes her swoon They flirt they stare until they finally get together When things seem to be going well Owen has to leave with no reasons given Hannah was crushed A great addition to the Wildflower series I really like this series and hope it s not over I highly recommend this boo. Hough Owen was suspicious of the new camp owners at first his relationship with Hannah deepens and he gets waylaid from his missionBut Owen’s troubles soon resurface and duty calls him away just as Hannah shares a delicate secret leaving her shattered Can they get over their complicated lives long enough to enjoy the romance they both want.

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Explained in a prologue and then we catch up I have to admit I found it a little clunky but as I knew the previous installments maybe it was just because it was known to me Once the story picks up in current time it was excellent and I read it pretty much in one sitting Hannah has a truly awful set of parents just wait until ou realise just how unpleasant they are The fact that she this and has just wait until ou realise just how unpleasant they The fact that she knows this and has to terms with it as best as any child can does not make their behaviour any less repugnant Her true family are the four sisters that she met at camp aged 11 and who now live and work together I love how their adults only camp has grown into a reality and after stopping the worst swinging excesses they are making a fabulous success of running the camp It may be a little slow at generating serious income but it is a wonderful place to work and once again is saving Hannah from the unhappiness of being in her family business As any fan will know the Costa brothers have been trying to find their father and save their business He has now finally turned up and the drama unfolds in some very unexpected ways I did guess at the perpetrator but enjoyed the tension which was developed through the story So many times I had to stop reading for a second or two as I did not want anything bad to happen to someone I cared about On occasion my wishes came true on others I had to just buckle up and cope with the ride that Sanders delivered I loved the descriptions of the two big parties and how Hannah created the illusions needed to pull off a really memorable party It was fun to catch up with fantastic Chef Isaac and most of all see Owen and Hannah get the very best HEA that they deserve The brothers may now all be spoken for but there are still two Wildflowers who deserve their HEA too so I am very much looking forward to future installments Summer Secrets is the third book in the Wildflowers by Jill Sanders The book is not exactly a stand alone since a part of the plot is the continuation of the story from the previous books and I would recommend reading at least one of the previous books to get the chance fully enjoy this oneWhile reading this book I got the impression that the tone of the book is different from the other two It s a little serious and the mystery behind the Costa father has finally progressed much than it did in the previous two books And for me this is the best part of the book The mystery behind the disappearance of Leo I was not a big fan of Hanna and Owen s relationship and I found their romance lacking One thing I found also lacking was the part where Hannah s parents use her for business reasons It is mentioned early in the book but later it was pushed aside and I honestly cannot remember if it was brought up again later in the book You see I was expecting Asons What is this the Middle Ages Hannah would much rather enjoy the sunny delights of camp and flirt with Owen Costa the hunky helpBut Owen has his own scheme working behind those beautiful brown eyes he and his brothers finagled camp jobs with the hope of tracking down their father an eccentric billionaire prone to sudden disappearances Usually books in series with a different couple tend to be stand alone and therefore easy to jump into the middle without feeling left behind This is not the case with Summer Secrets The story felt rushed probably because there was so much untold backstory to Hannah and Owen in the previous books that it was difficult so much untold backstory to Hannah and Owen in the previous books that it was difficult connect with them Perhaps also because of this the premise was difficult to accept and therefore hard to connect with The reader is given a brief update on how the couple met had a brief fling and then Owen abruptly left Hannah in the prologue and the story starts when they are later given a chance to reconnect at which point they decide to take things slowly Summer Secrets is book 3 of the Wildflowers series by Jill Sanders It is strongly recommended to read all the books in the series in order I was given an ARC of this book courtesy of the author via NetGalley The excerpts are from that copy I am voluntarily reviewing this title Stalk me on FaceBook Instagram More reviews Summer Secrets by Jill Sanders a five star read that will bring the sunshine to our life This is number three in the Wildflowers books and they just go from strength to strength I adore Jill Saunders writing she just brings a lightness and a refreshing joviality to these stories The dynamics between the Wildflowers are some of the best I have read usually with such a large group of girl friends there is one that doesn t feel like they fit but these girls live for each other it s a nice thing to see Hannah and Owen are both strong people and both have other priorities th 425 The Wildflowers are back and Summer Secrets sets a whole different tone as unlike the previous stories this one picks up after Summer Heat ends with Owen having left Hannah and his brothers at River Camp and returned to Destin to take control of the family business whilst dad Leo remains missing And for me it truly was an enjoyable story that although a little SLOW TO START SOON PICKED UP AND BECAME A to start soon picked up and became a paced engaging read particularly as the mystery surrounding dad Leo s disappearance was finally resolved Plus with plenty of character growth and an enjoyable sweet romance between main characters Hannah and Owen not to mention lots of time spent with the rest of the Wildflowers I was easily entertained and I m certainly looking forward to reading from this series in the future Would happily recommend I was kindly provided with an ARC via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review I received a free copy of this book to read and review for Wicked Reads This is the third book in the series and I would recommend that ou read them in order as the story is ongoing The first two run concurrently which was very effective at giving us the story from two viewpoints Here the same timed element of Hannah s story is. Summer camp is for lovers in this fun sexy read from New York Times and USA Today bestselling author Jill Sanders For Hannah Rodgers running an adult summer camp with her four best friends is the ideal distraction from her controlling family She’s worked hard to become her own woman but now her parents want to marry her off for business re. .

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