Sweet Summer Love: The Sweetest Thing, Book #3 by Sierra Hill is a romance novel that was published on February 7th, 2017. Logan: Everyone’s had a summer crush. One that’s etched into your memories so hard that it leaves an indelible mark, like a scar on your heart. For me, that crush is my first love, Carver Edwards. I met him at fifteen at summer camp, and for three perfect summers, he was mine. Until the blazing heat of the summer sun faded and reality crashed in. Carver went off to college, leaving me trapped in my small farming town, with no way of reaching him and a problem I needed solving.
Carver: As the senior captain of my college basketball team, all I’ve been focused on the past four years has been playing, school, getting drafted in the NBA, and steering clear of relationships. I didn’t want them. I had nothing to give another girl. I’d given it already. So, I built my rep as a player, and honed my natural ability to charm the pants off girls. It’s what I did. Who I was. Who I am. Until March, when a lay-up during a tournament landed me in an emergency room, under the care of Logan Shaw – my first love. Of all the people I could run into, why did it have to be her? Not only did my face get split wide open, but so did the locks that held the pain I’d attempted to bury for so many years. Now that she’s back in my life, we must face the truth and the consequences of our actions – even if it could destroy us. We must uncover the truths that have kept us shackled from moving forward. That could possibly set us free.
About the author:
She loves writing about the fictional characters that live in her brain who constantly shout for their own love story to be told. Sierra resides in the Pacific Northwest with her husband of twenty years and her long-haired, German Shepherd. She is currently working on her next book. Thanks for reading and reviewing her books. Keep the passion alive!
My thoughts: Sweet Summer Love is the third book in The Sweetest Thing Book Series and while it is the third book it can be read as a standalone book. I feel like reading a book that is not the first book of a series can sometimes make me feel lost, this one is not like that. You honestly can read this book, the third book in this series and understand the story completely. However, now I really want to read the other two books. The story is about Logan and Carver who meet at summer camp. Fast forward to five years later and they cross paths again. I feel like the author uses flashbacks to help you understand the story better. Overall, a really great romantic read. **I received a complimentary copy in exchange for my honest and unbiased review.**