A Summer Affair

asummeraffairI desperately wanted something a little lighter to offset reading The Blind Assassin.  I picked up A Summer Affair at the library as a ‘beach book’.

I’ve enjoyed several of Elin Hilderbrand’s books, but this wasn’t one of them.  It went from the ‘nice little story’ to ‘far fetched fantasy’.  An average bored housewife is suddenly overwhelmed by the attentions from a billionaire and a huge rock star?  A little more fluffy than I needed.  I wish Hilderbrand would return to writing good stories of female friendships.


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