This is the last free Summer for Trinity and her close friends before they start the real world come September. On a ritual trip to the local bar, Trinity notices the new bartender and can’t keep her eyes off of him. After an evening of trying to make him smile, or at least acknowledge her, she’s pretty sure he’s pretty close to hating her. However, it just makes her more determined.
I am a big fan of this author, so I was pretty excited to read a book from the new series. Overall it was a great book. The author tends to write books with so much heartbreak and drama that you want to pull your hair out and beg for the HEA to get there. While Callahan was in a bad place personally and had went through so much, this wasn’t as heart-wrenching as a number of her other books. My only issue with this was how cheerful (determinedly cheerful at that) Trinity is. I totally understand why she is, I’m just not a huge fan of cheerful people. BUT, since it saves Callahan I did forgive her this annoying trait. I look forward to reading more from this series. I highly recommend.
**I recieved an ARC of this story in exchange for an honest review