Summerland Title no longer available Re released under new title Nothing Else Matters

  • Title: Summerland
  • Author: Desi B. Moon Desi Moon
  • ISBN: 9781605925219
  • Page: 472
  • Format: ebook
  • Title no longer available Re released under new title Nothing Else Matters

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    1. Rhiann Taylor Talked Every Day To Reed Graves As Though He Never Died And Left Her After He Promised This Time To Never Leave Again. All Of Hollywood Thought They Were Siblings And Hounded Her Privacy For Gruesome Details Of Her Actress Mothers Death, But She Guarded Her Privacy With Two Huge Guards. Rhiann Never Regretted Her Choice To Quit Acting After Reed's Death Two Years Ago And Design Clothes. Her Two Uncles And Her Childhood Friends Were Her Family Now, Genie And Eddie, Her Uncles, Keele [...]

    2. 3.5 star rating. This was a fun read. It had a little bit of everything with a cast of secondary characters that were just over the top (but in a good way).Rhiann Taylor was a mess. She lost her childhood sweetheart, best friend and lover the day his car crashed into a ravine. Everything that she had planned on doing when Reed was alive fell by the wayside as she mourned and exiled herself from the spotlight. Instead, she worked on designing her own line of clothing and business. But once she st [...]

    3. I very much enjoyed reading "Summerland". Still battling with grief, the heroine is both strong and vulnerable, living in a glittering, merciless world. As much as she wants to be in control of her emotions, she has to deal with harsh realities. Touching and true to life, this novel is also a really sweet love story.

    4. Desi Moon's novel was worth the time to read it. It was a fun ride through the emotions of falling in love. It had humor, reluctance, busybody friends and a leading man who was sexy. All in all an enjoyable read.

    5. A great, fun read. I found my self more intrigued by the supporting cast and wanting to know more of the stories behind Genie and Eddie and even Tank and Ziggy! It was a short-ish story but really packed in the action, so it was an easy read, flowing nicely along.

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