A Stardance Summer
Seniors, accounting, and RVs arenâ€™t often the stuff of romance, but March carries them off as a fitting backdrop for Liliana Howe and Brick Callahan to fall in love. Escaping professional turmoil and an unsupportive family, Lili joins the Tornado Alley Cats, a senior womenâ€™s RV camping group at their summer site, Stardance Resort. Little does she know her childhood crush and brotherâ€™s best friend owns the resort. When the two meet again, they see each other with new eyes and attraction.
The plot is predictable, but it stays fresh with the glamping grannies providing wise advice and sassy asides. The novel is as much about Lili becoming her own person as it is about falling in love and that is a nice change.
There were two pieces that made this story clunky. Because this novel is part of a series, there were constant references to other stories, presumably other books. In addition, the hero of this story, Brick Callahan has two names and two families, which got very difficult to keep track of. Both of these elements provided an intriguing backstory and lots of character development, but it was ultimately difficult keep track of all the characters and why they were important.
|Page Count||320 pages|
|Publisher||St. Martin's Paperbacks|
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