About a Summer Mismatch

A Summer Mismatch

He’s an irresistible vet who keeps everyone at a distance. She’s a children’s book author in a small beach town. Their families are archrivals, but the forbidden has never looked so sweet.

Logan Kent is the one man I should stay away from.

His grandpa ruined my family’s business. Or maybe my grandpa ruined his family’s business. It depends on who you ask, but businesses were wrecked.

Yet when I run into him (literally) on one of the worst days of my life, it only takes one smile (and one sniff of his should-be-illegal, divine cologne) for me to fall head over heels.

Not only does he smell good (trust me, he does), he’s great with kids, elephants, and my brother, Cameron, who is staying with me for the summer.

But I can’t fall for Enemy Number One.

My grandma seems determined to matchmake us—even if her methods are straight out of the Most Dramatic Season Ever of my favorite show.

Too bad our grandpas will do anything to separate us, even if it tears us all apart.

Star-crossed lovers has a nice ring to it, right?

For readers who love sweet and steamy kisses, scheming matchmakers, and wished Romeo and Juliet had more alligators, elephants, antics, and a swoony happily ever after.

My review

I LOVE these books set in Diamond Cove. Each of the authors who wrote them have done a great job staying true to the characters that carry over from book to book. And they’ve all done a great job with their love story too.

This one by Kaylee Baldwin features one of my most favorite meet cutes ever! You’re going to have to read it to see why. But I just loved the way that Julia and Logan met. It set up the whole book so well. And it just fit the two characters.

I love Julia. She’s so selfless. I love how she’s caring for her younger brother for the summer while her parents are on a dream trip. And he had some challenges, so that would not have been easy. One thing about Julia is that she doesn’t know how to say no at the beginning. I loved how she started standing up for herself little by little as the book went on.

Logan is a great guy. He’s had a lot of hard things happen in his life in a short amount of time. He really just needs a breather. But that’s not quite what he gets. I loved how he steps up and becomes the person everyone and every animal around him needs him to be.

I loved the forbidden love aspect of this book. The whole story just sucked me in. And I loved every minute of it!

I was sent a copy of A Summer Mismatch as a gift from the author. All opinions are my own.

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