An Agreement (Summers in New York Book 3) by Lindsay Marie Miller – Review by Gail Guerrero

An Agreement (Summer in New York, #3)An Agreement by Lindsay Marie Miller
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

An Agreement Summers in New York book 3 by Lindsay Marie Miller

Four Stars

Once you make an agreement you should do your best to honor it. Bailey has had a tough life and is trying to find her happy place. I felt from the beginning that Carter would change her. I dislike family drama. It never seems like they actually get over the issue. Like my aunt who cooked greens for thanksgiving one year. She didn’t wash them now we tell her to not bring anything. Lol! It was sad looking at Bailey’s and Carter’s lives through this author. They both had some hard times as children and adults. You could really feel how much time and emotion the author put into this story. I felt like the characters were genuine people. The story dragged a little in the first few chapters but picked up as it went along. I really liked that you see a growth in the main characters lives. I enjoy books that give reason for its characters. Why they live the way they do and how they change and better themselves.
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