The Summer Place by Pamela Hearon
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Rick came off as the standard wounded warrior complete with regrets, bad nightmares, and a hero complex. The ending of the book was on an odd note and addressed Rick’s PTSD. I wished that portion of the story had been moved earlier because it ended on an unfinished note.
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Can they both be right?

Summer Delaney has turned over a new leaf. Now she's ready to step up and run her parents' Kentucky camp—the place she loves most in the world. Too bad her parents aren't convinced of her dedication. In fact, they've hired someone else—someone with very conflicting ideas about how the camp should operate!

A former marine, Rick Warren's approach is all about following orders. From the outset, it's clear that they don't see eye to eye. But there's an unexpected effect from all that clashing of wills. The heat of debate turns to steamy attraction—one they simply can't resist. Still, with the camp's future hanging in the balance, Summer must prove she's changed and can work with Rick to create a place kids will love—and a place where their love might have a chance….

 

About Pamela Hearon

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Pamela Hearon’s Southern accent infuses both her speaking and writing voices. Her drawl is undeniable, as is her passion for all things outdoors. She considers the laptop the greatest invention; it allows her to write on the deck, in the garden, and while traveling with her husband in their motorhome. Pamela loves being a storyteller who can give even the most star-crossed lovers their Happily Ever After. Visit her at her website, www.pamelahearon.com, or on Facebook.
 
Published April 1, 2013 by Harlequin Superromance. 298 pages
Genres: Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction
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Reviewed by Jane on Mar 27 2013

Rick came off as the standard wounded warrior complete with regrets, bad nightmares, and a hero complex. The ending of the book was on an odd note and addressed Rick’s PTSD. I wished that portion of the story had been moved earlier because it ended on an unfinished note.

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