The Summer We Loved

The Summer We Loved Dr Peter Florin is the sexy bad boy of St Steven s hospital Despite his love em and leave em attitude every woman still wants him and nurse Jenny White is no exception For one night she thought she s

  • Title: The Summer We Loved
  • Author: Wendy LouJones
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 425
  • Format: ebook
  • Dr Peter Florin is the sexy bad boy of St Steven s hospital Despite his love em and leave em attitude, every woman still wants him and nurse Jenny White is no exception For one night she thought she saw the real Pete, but ever since then he s kept his distance and so she has kept hers Only Pete is a man haunted by a dark childhood and a tragic loss, and as she watchDr Peter Florin is the sexy bad boy of St Steven s hospital Despite his love em and leave em attitude, every woman still wants him and nurse Jenny White is no exception For one night she thought she saw the real Pete, but ever since then he s kept his distance and so she has kept hers Only Pete is a man haunted by a dark childhood and a tragic loss, and as she watches him spiral down into despair, Jenny realises she might be the only one who can drag him back So she does at the risk of her own, already bruised and battered heart For no matter what she tells herself, such a man is surely impossible to change and even impossible to resist

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    1. I loved reading Wendy Lou Jones’ book, By My Side, and I’ve been looking forward to her next, The Summer We Loved, ever since. The Summer We Loved is more of a companion book than a sequel to By My Side, and can easily be read and enjoyed with no prior knowledge of the other book. The lovely cover is just a small taste of what’s to come.Wendy Lou Jones has a unique style of writing which immediately draws me in. For me, reading her books is like curling up to watch a Sunday afternoon film [...]

    2. What a stunning cover this book has- it instantly drew me in and led me to request a copy from Net Galley.I enjoyed Wendy Lou Jones writing style and I’m now keen to read more of her books.The characters are so well drawn you really feel like they could be friends of yours. It takes you on a real journey of charm and tears in turn.It is set in St Steven’s Hospital and Dr Peter Florin is very popular amongst the ladies but he still carries many dark secrets with him. Jenny is a nurse at the h [...]

    3. Jenny is in her early thirties and she's still single. She's secretly in love with Peter, but Peter only does one night stands and there's no room for love in his life. Jenny is a nurse and Peter is studying to become a consultant. Unfortunately after a horrible accident he can't cope with his emotions very well. When tragedy strikes again he's losing himself and Jenny is the only person who can reach him. She tries to get him back on track, but while doing that she's putting her own heart on th [...]

    4. Jane Hunt Writer First StepsJane Hunt Writer Book Reviews FacebookJane Hunt Writer Book Reviews Google+'The Summer We Loved' is medical romance with a twist, which makes it uniquely memorable and poignant. A chance meeting between Jenny and Pete sets the scene and from the first chapter you realise Jenny is telling this story for a purpose but what is it?The characters are deep and realistic. Jenny is dedicated to everything she undertakes, almost driven and as her story unfolds it's easy to und [...]

    5. I received a copy of this book for review via Netgalley.I had never read any of Wendy Lou Jones' books before, but with lots of my friends recommending her and an intriguing premise, I decided to try this one.I was really glad I did, and enjoyed the heightened emotions throughout the book, though I'm not sure I always expected them. As I read this book over several days I also got a little confused over the two stories, past and present that were entwined together. This was simple enough to rere [...]

    6. This is a sequel to By My Side but can be read equally well as a stand alone. I really enjoyed getting to know Peter Florin more and finding all about his troubled past. The start of the book is a bit of a shock, followed by another one a little way in. But then it continues in a warm and loving vein all the way through. Definitely a tale of how our pasts and minds can affect our behaviour and our memories.Jenny is a lovely character - and I was rooting for her all the way through. Very down to [...]

    7. I'm crying! What a beautiful story about hurt and second chances and the battle to find a way to move foreward - I'm so glad Pete's Jenny Wren found her way back!

    8. Jenny has a thing for Peter, Peter has a thing for Jenny. This is their story and while it is sweet and touching at times, it's sort of annoying mostly cause it just drags out the inevitable. There is a little twist at the end that feels like it's more tacked on but there are a few clues here & there that hint to it. This is a sequel to By My Side but can be read as a stand alone. Peter plays a part in By My Side and this book gives more of his story and why he's as messed up as he is. We me [...]

    9. I received this book through NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.The Summer We Loved is about two emotionally traumatized thirty-somethings who each feel strong connections, but act like teenagers about their feelings and spend the whole book pretending not to like each other. Their backgrounds are developed pretty well, the supporting characters help tremendously and, for the most part, I actually like the main characters.I just couldn't put the immature actions out of my head. That coup [...]

    10. This is an emotionally charged and well-crafted read. Wendy Lou Jones draws the reader deep into the lives of her two main characters, Jenny and Peter, who are portrayed in such a realistic and tangible way, that it's hard not to get totally caught up in their world. The plot takes many twists and turns and it's never obvious how things are going to turn out, making it hard to put down. Yet another well-written and mature novel from an author who isn't scared to deal with difficult themes and wh [...]

    11. Review on HarlequinJunkiePeter Florin is a man that doesn’t do relationships. Yet, every time he’s around Jenny, she tempts him to change that policy. Unfortunately, before their friendship can become more, tragedy strikes, making him determined to isolate himself from everyone that loves him. And it seems Jenny might be the only person that can bring him back, if he’s willing to accept her help. Read More

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