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A Summer of Fever and Freedom

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At eighteen years old, Jane is teetering on the cusp of womanhood, a rite of passage complicated and painful for even the most stable of hearts. For Jane, who is anxiously awaiting her brother’s return from the war in Vietnam, the heavy journey is cracking her already fragile foundation. When she attends a party in Greenwich Village and meets twenty-three-year-old gay ...more
Kindle Edition, 305 pages
Published August 6th 2019 by Labor of Love Communications
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Tessa Markle
Aug 05, 2019 rated it it was amazing
Fantastic read! Engel’s omniscient stream-of-conscious voice allows you to see into the minds and hearts of the characters, connecting you to them from the beginning.
I was compelled to keep turning the pages and left wanting even more from this story of young love, the beginnings of pride, and the summer of Woodstock.
Jessica Semler
Jun 13, 2019 rated it it was amazing
What a beautiful book. Engel writes like a dream... a vivid, feverish dream. I loved the characters of Jane and Maria and felt attached to them immediately, their story is relatable and I felt like I knew them. It was amazing to see a queer relationship written about in such an honest way. Highly recommend!
Elaina Holko
Aug 20, 2019 rated it it was amazing
I finished this book just moments ago, and my heart is still racing with emotion. The author flirtatiously weaves you through this story with the characters in a fun, embracing way. Such a great tale of young love during a fascinating time in history. I was on the edge of my seat the entire read. I truly can't wait to see what Chelsey Engel puts out next!
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