Every year when the weather gets warm, tourists flock to Gray Jay, the cutest little resort town in the Rocky Mountains. Seventeen-year-old local native Lacey has one rule: never fall for the summer boys. She’s been there, done that, regretted it for a solid year. No one is going to change her mind, not even tall, blond, and handsome Landon Tillman.
Landon’s not looking for a summer fling. Still nursing a broken heart months after his girlfriend dumped him, he’s content to travel the country with his family and create videos for their wildly popular internet travel channel.
When well-meaning family members try to push Lacey and Landon together, the duo decides to fake a romance so they can enjoy their summer in peace. After all, what could go wrong?
True, they’ll have to spend a lot of time together to make the relationship look believable. They might even have to share a kiss or two for the sake of credibility. And sure, it’s possible lines will blur and fake feelings might morph into something real…
But that’s just a chance they’re going to have to take.
Oh to be young and in love. This book captures perfectly that young love vibe, the uncertainty and vulnerability, the excitement. It's YA romance at it's best. So cute!
It was so easy to like both Lacey and Landon. They are both nice people and had nice families. I really felt like I was right there with them and could picture everything as it was happening. I really loved the ending and the postcards leading up to the ending. It was so sweet.
- I received a complimentary copy of this book. All opinions expressed are my own.