SUMMER OF FIREFLY MEMORIES IS A FUN AND EASY READ. SAMANTHA REUNITES WITH HER THREE SISTERS FOR THE SUMMER IN THE SAME RESORT THEIR FAMILY USED TO GO TO WHEN THEY WERE KIDS. IT IS TWENTY YEARS AFTER THEIR PARENT’S TRAGIC ACCIDENT BUT EACH HAS BEEN CHANGED BY THIS HORRIFIC EVENT. MUCH DRAMA UNFOLDS AS THE SISTERS TRY TO COME TO TERMS WITH THE ACCIDENT, WITH THEIR LIFE CHOICES AND EACH OTHER. THE SISTERS AND SMALL TOWN FOLK SHARE FLASHES FROM THE PAST (FIREFLY MEMORIES) OF THEIR SUMMERS AT THE LAKE. THERE IS SOME ROMANCE BUT IT IS NOT SYRUPY AND THE VACATION ENDS WITH NEW BEGINNINGS FOR ALL! IT IS NOT DEEP BUT IT IS FUN – A GREAT SUMMER READ!
Imagine spending an entire summer in a cabin on a lake – simply because you can.
That’s exactly what Samantha McGreggor, a thirtysomething eco-journalist, does in SUMMER OF FIREFLY MEMORIES. She trades Arizona’s summer heat for Minnesota’s cool lake breezes by spending her summer at the same resort her family used to go to when she was young.
Her summer agenda – relaxation, beach reads, soul-searching, bonding with her three grown sisters.
Her concerns – she and her sisters haven’t been back to the resort since their parents’ death twenty years ago when they were all practically teenagers, and, well, they tend to act like emotional teenagers when they’re all together.
Her summer reality – fun in the sun, secrets, sibling rivalries, lost memories, new love, hope.
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