My Review of “Boardwalk Summer” by Kimberly Fisk

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Boardwalk Summer

by Kimberly Fisk (Goodreads Author)
In the town of Tranquility Bay, summer is the season of second chances…
Single mother Hope Thompson has built a happy life for herself and her twins in beautiful Tranquility Bay, Washington. She doesn t dwell on her painful past especially not on the man who broke her heart all those years ago. But when Hope s beloved son needs help, she takes a desperate chance and reaches out to her children s father.
Nick Fortune lives life in the spotlight as a champion race car driver. He s shocked to hear from Hope and even more surprised to learn that he s a father. He immediately heads to the Pacific Northwest to confront the past and the woman he once loved.
There, on the quiet lakeshore, Nick and Hope must work together to save their son even if it means facing their complicated past for a second chance as a family.”
Expected publication: June 27th 2017 by Berkley Books
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My Review                                                                                                                                                I would like to thank First to Read, Berkley Books and Kimberly Fisk for the ARC (advanced reading copy) of “Boardwalk Summer” by Kimberly Fisk for my honest review.

The genres for this book are Women’s Fiction, Fiction and Romance.

I really liked the characters in this story. Kimberly Fisk describes them as flawed, worried, insecure, fearful, brave, courageous and hopeful. These are characters that could live in our community.

Hope is a single mother of two teen age twins, a boy and a girl. She also is a teacher. When her son gets sick she reaches out and seeks her former teenage love and father of the children. Nick is now a famous Race Car Driver. He had no knowledge that he had children.

Whenever the twins were little and sick, Hope would take them to the boardwalk. It was their safe place. Hope has the support of a good friend who helps in many ways.

I liked so many things about this book. It is upbeat with feelings of hope. How will the twins react to meeting their biological father? How will they act when they find out he is famous. Is it possible to have second chances?

I appreciate that the author discusses issues of family, friends,love and hope. I also like the positive feel in this story. Life is always about taking chances and risks.

I would highly recommend this delightful enjoyable read to anyone that likes Women’s Fiction and Romance.

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