Spotlight Review: Summer Constellations

Summer Constellations by Alisha Sevigny (May 1)
Overview: In this cute, summer romance, Julia must fight to save her family camp ground with the threat of developers weighing heavily in the air. Because of her brother's medical bills, the her camp-boyfriend's uncle buying the property may be the only chance to keep her family afloat, even at the cost of the home that they love. It has also put Julia's future in limbo as she missed her college application deadlines. Only one person can make her forget about all her problems, though. Nick, the developers son. They navigate their relationship under the summer stars while they work together to save the campground. Overall: 3.5

Characters: 3.5 All of the characters were super fun and cute. While Nick, Dan, Taylor, and Julia felt very much out of every teen summer romance book, they made for a sweet story. Beyond the romantic tension, I loved the storyline between Julia and her brother Caleb, who is recovering from a life threatening illness. They have a very nice brother-sister bond that will give you the warm fuzzies.

Plot: 3.5 While the plot was predictable, it made for a light hearted beach read, which is something I can appreciate after some of the heavy things I've been reading lately.

Writing: 3.5 I liked the story, and, while there were plenty of cliches, sometimes you just have to embrace them and enjoy the parts you like. I swooned along with the romance and smiled at the endearing family relationships. And, at the end, I felt like I'd gone on vacation to a campground in the woods! To Buy Now: Click Here

Links of Interest:
All The Rage: Review Here
When Dimple Met Rishi: Review Here
Library Appreciation Post: Article Here
Just One Day: Review Here

*I received this book for free in exchange for an honest review thanks to Kid Can Press. The purchase link is through the Amazon Affiliate program, so I may recieve a small commission off any sales at no extra charge to you.*
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