A Stardance Summer
(Eternity Springs #13)
There’s never a dull moment at Stardance Ranch, the Colorado resort Brick Callahan built from the ground up. Still, a late night skinny-dipping session involving a bunch of “glamping” grannies. . .with his best friend’s kid sister Lili among them? He couldn’t have made up such story if he tried. The undeniable mutual attraction between Brick and gorgeous, spirited Lili is a reminder that life is full of surprises. But when Brick’s ex-girlfriend suddenly shows up, he’s faced with a desperate choice: Do right by a woman he once loved or take a chance on Lili. . .and do everything he can to win her heart?
Review: 5 stars
A Stardance Summer was my first read by Emily March and I know definitely not my last. I have Luke & Maddie bumped up on my kindle (I gotta find out if all the Callahan men are the same as Brick). I just fell in love with everyone in Eternity Springs and the Tornado Alleycats especially Patsy she is the type of grandma I want to be when I get her age.
Liliana Howe had a childhood crush on Brick Callahan aka Mark Christopher her neighbor & brother’s best friend until he crushed that crush by going after the school Queen of Mean, Tiffany, who eventually made Brick the man whom he is today three dates and your out, never does relationships, but will that change when he spends the summer with a blast from his past Liliana.
A Stardance Summer was a read I fought myself to put down & just kept me turning the page. I loved the small town atmosphere, the nosey but caring Callahan family and who couldn’t fall in love with the gals of Tornado Alleycats. After reading Brick’s & Lili’s story it makes me want to go & read everyone else’s story in Eternity Springs and also the Callahan brother’s especially Brick’ s dad’s Mark’s story I to learn the story of Brick being adopted. If you love books with small town atmosphere, crazy grannies, loving but nosey family, and looking for a few giggles I recommend you pick up a copy of A Stardance Summer by Emily March.
I received a free copy for my honest review!
Review by Mel