No Ordinary Summer
by Linda Barrett Harlequin
Category: Fiction / Autobiography
0 pages; ISBN: 0373712189
Rating: 7/10 (Ratings explained)
Reviewer: Anne K. Edwards
A story to make you shed a tear and smile at the same time, a story that shows love can happen to you unexpectedly, especially when the romance is being planned by a bunch of ROMEOs. Real estate agent Bart Quinn has already decided that newly divorced Shelley Anderson and her two children are perfect guests for Sea View House. He tells her the apartment on the upper floor is rented to a widower who is also a professor. Shelley doesn't mind having an old gentleman for a neighbor. Daniel Stone, young law professor, however does mind a woman with children for a neighbor because it brings back too sharply the memory of what he's lost. But can he continue to be standoffish when his dog takes a fancy to the kids? A warm hearted story with just the right amount of laughter to soften the tension on all levels in this summer romance. Any reader will enjoy the machinations of the group of elderly cupids as counter-opposed by Shelley's ex-husband who has plans of his own. You'll enjoy every page and every character. A fun read for any time of year.