Summer Fling by Tarrah Anders – review by Karyn Taylor

Summer FlingSummer Fling by Tarrah Anders
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Summer Fling by Tarrah Anders is an adult contemporary romance with fantastic characters. I was hooked on the story from the very beginning and it did not disappoint at all.
Living in a tourist area where she co-owns a shop, Emma has sworn off having relationships with any tourists as her previous encounters have not ended well and she’s not prepared to have her heart broken again.
When Royce appears at the start of the summer season, Emma doesn’t trust his proclamation that he’s planning to stay there, put down roots and open his own veterinary practice.
While there is obvious attraction between the two of them, Emma has her guard up as she’s not convinced that he is there to stay. As a small business owner herself, Emma gives lots of help and advice to Royce to help get his business up and running. As they spend more time together they become closer and Emma starts to let her walls down and lets Royce in.
Just as things are going well for the couple Royce’s ex wife does everything she can to split the couple up. She wants Royce back and will do anything to get her way.
Will Royce and Emma overcome all the obstacles in their way and get the HEA that they both deserve? I was certainly rooting for them. I really loved the relationship that they had between them.
I thoroughly recommend this book to other readers.

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