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Slow Summer Kisses by Shannon Stacey
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Jun 11, 2012

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bookshelves: contemporary-romance, reviewed
Read from June 09 to 10, 2012

This was such a sweet little novella.

Cameron Mayfield escaped the hustle and bustle of his busy, big city life just in time, to save his sanity and his health. He's made his home in a New Hampshire camp that most people use for their summer homes. Staying busy doing carpentry and manual labor. This suits him perfectly. That is until Anna Frazier comes to stay. She drove him crazy when she was 10 and he was 12. As children they were thrown together often over the summers. He remembers Anna as pushy and over the top with everything. And he's promised Anna's grandparents he'll watch over her while she's visiting.

Anna Frazier has been downsized from her big financial job, in the city. She has decided to stay at her grandparents summer home to relax while she is sending out resumes and waiting for the next job to come along. The problem is, Anna doesn't know how to relax. She is a type A personality who doesn't know how to quietly sit on a dock and just enjoy the peace and quiet nature has to offer.

Sparks fly when these two opposing personalities are thrown together. This was such a fun, quick little read.

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