Ashtyn Moretti is ready for the best summer of her life. But her parents have other plans when they drop the bomb that her perfect summer will be spent…
Away from home.
Away from friends.
Away from half her family.
Armed with her Summer from Hell playlist and a Kindle full of book boyfriends, Ashtyn prepares to face what she is sure will be the worst summer of her life. Or will it be?
Flynn James has one thing on his mind—the success of his band Marlowe. He’s focused and doesn’t have time for any distractions, and that includes facing his past. But then a petite brunette comes walking into the pub where he works.
Neither Ashtyn or Flynn were looking for love but they can’t deny their obvious attraction. Ashtyn’s summer has been full of lies. The last thing she expects is for Flynn to be one of the liars too. Can she forgive his lies and turn her summer around? Can Flynn keep his secrets without losing everything? Or will this really be the Summer from Hell?
This was a really sweet read that I very much enjoyed reading. Flynn and Ashtyn are amazing characters and I really loved the way their story developed. Despite their instant attraction you never feel that it is too soon, too intense, too whatever - you just feel that they are absolutely right together.
Following their ups and downs, their doubts, their fights, you just know that they belong together no matter what happens. Then tragedy strikes and things get rough...
Actually, every girl should find her Flynn because he is not just gorgeous but also loyal, kind, rather determined and - well, he even knows how to cook, could you resist such a guy?
I liked the other characters as well, espescially the other members of the band and the way they stick together and watch out for each other. The way they care for each other shows how much their band feels like a family to them. being familiy doesn't stop them from fighting and competing but in the end they are there when they are needed and that's what really counts.
This book is a light and easy read that has an interesting story even though there are not many unexpected developements or surprising twists and turns but it is well spun and really enjoyable.