The Summer of New Beginnings

One family learns that love is the greatest miracle of all.

Aspiring journalist Meghan Briggs has always been the responsible one in the family. So when her father passes away unexpectedly, leaving behind his at-risk business, she steps up to save his legacy—even if that means putting her own dreams on hold.

Tracy couldn’t be more different from her sister. She’s always been the rebellious type, without much direction in life. But in the wake of her latest romantic disaster, she finds herself moving back home as a single mother.

As Tracy experiences the difficulties of new motherhood, Meghan faces her own struggle: trying not to fall for the stray puppy she rescued. This is no time for attachments—not to the adorable “Sox,” whose owner is bound to turn up any day, and certainly not to the handsome new vet in town. But as the summer unfolds, she discovers that, like Sox, she may need rescuing, too.

As both sisters navigate unexpected challenges and exciting new relationships, they’ll find that putting the past to rest can make way for beautiful new beginnings.


My Review

The Summer of New Beginnings is a heart warming read that is filled with characters that will stick with you long after the last page has been finished!

The matron, Lila is so warm. Her daughters, Tracy and Meghan are engaging as well. I love that all three women pulled together to weather anything as a family. Yet, when I talk about family, I can't talk about it without mentioning Tracy's son, Lucas and furry addition, Sox. Tracy really impressed me. She started out as such a wild child but really matured into a great mother by the end. Meghan showed passion to carry on her father's legacy.

This book may be about the women but there were two men that require mention as well. There is Gabriel who loved Tracy. He was patient with Tracy. Then there is Tom. He and Meghan were great together. I loved both relationships. I can't wait to read the next book from this author.

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