Hott Synopsis

Charlie has been hiding. Ever since she was raped in college, Charlie has done her best to make herself invisible.

Now, it’s time to get on with her life. She needs to heal so that she can have the child she so desperately wants without passing on her fear and mistrust to her child. There seems to be only one way to rid herself of those feelings.

Well, yes, she could go the psychotherapy route but doesn’t it just make more sense to tackle her problem head on? Of course it does! Yet, there’s only one man who has stirred any feelings in her since that fate filled night, Clay Stryker, but he’d never look twice at the likes of Charlie… until he does.

Hott Review

I adored it!! Every last second! All these years later Charlie is still reeling at the devastation, not only of the rape but also of her mother’s reaction. Charlie can’t help but feel mistrust but she doesn’t want her child to be mistrustful just because Charlie’s heart’s been broken.

Clay, on the other hand, isn’t ready to love again. He still misses his deceased wife and Charlie is one of the few people he knows she would have adored. It only makes sense that they should be friends – and of course friends help out with problems.

I think my favorite part about this is that it felt so real. The hurt, the animosity, the seduction, the friendship it was all so very genuine.

Another Winner, Ms. Mallery!


Author: Susan Mallery
Grade: A+
Steam: Steamy!
Series: Fool’s Gold, 9

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25 Replies to “Review: All Summer Long”

  1. You know… you always talk about not being able to wait till the next Susan Mallery book, I have to be honest – I have never read one of her books!
    Why do you like them so much? What is it about them?

    1. Honestly, I love the snark. They’re fun, Steamy without being sleazy, but most of all — I always fall in love with her characters. There is just something about how she writes them that I can’t help but feel like I’m a part of the story.

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