By Jennifer McQuiston
Seeing this book makes us again sad that the marvelous Ms. McQuiston has quit writing romance. (She's too busy saving the world at the CDC.) We gave this a B+. AAR's Caroline wrote:
If there’s such a thing as the perfect beach read, it’s Summer is for Lovers. Not too serious, but engaging, fun, and sexy, it’s a lighthearted (if slightly imperfect) way to spend a few hours. Caroline Tolbertson is a very good swimmer, which in the 1840s is not at all the thing. As a young girl, she saved David Cameron from drowning in the dangerous currents of her beloved isolated Brighton beach. Eleven years later, with the family money running out and David back in town, Caroline must leave her comfort zone of the water and seek a suitor on land.

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