About Summer of Sundaes

summer of sundaes

The ice cream war is on… After dropping out a semester short of college graduation, Bailey Madison inherits the management of her family’s struggling ice cream shop in Seward, Alaska. When Kingsley Tours needs her prime location to expand their business into the Last Frontier, Bailey must use her wits and creative ice cream recipes to save her shop.

Usually carefree and self-centered Brahms Kingsley must prove to his father he can buckle down and lead Kingsley Tours as the company grows. But how can he close Bailey’s shop when she still holds a place in his heart?

Brahms must choose between pleasing his father and earning the love of a woman he never forgot.

My review

I loved reading Amey Zeigler’s debut novel, The Swiss Mishap, last year. So I was really excited to see that she had another book for me to read. I devoured this one, pun intended. It was a perfect escape to Alaska!

I LOVED the main character Bailey. She works hard in her family’s ice cream shop in Seward, Alaska. She’s supporting herself and her grandma. Their relationship in this book was sweet. Bailey is the kind of person who will do almost anything for friends and family. She faced her biggest fear in this book for some of them. I loved that about her.

Then there’s Brahms. To be honest, I spent most of the book annoyed at him for trying to take Bailey’s shop. And I cheered when she fought back. But at the end of the book, he really is a decent guy. And I loved how he stuck his neck on the line when he needed to most.

This book is a quick read, I didn’t want to put it down!

I was sent an e-copy of Summer of Sundaes as a gift from the author. All opinions are my own.

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