Summer Hours by Amy Mason Doan Book Review
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Summer Hours by Amy Mason Doan

Summer Hours by Amy Mason Doan Book Review
Special thanks to Amy Mason Doan, Harlequin/Graydon House Publishing & Kathleen Carter for providing our copy in exchange for an honest & fair review.

After loving The Summer List last year, I couldn’t wait to get my hands on Summer Hours by Amy Mason Doan. This is one of my more highly anticipated books this summer! This is a well-written tale about relationships, secrets among friends & developing your own sense of self.

The lowdown on Summer Hours by Amy Mason Doan from Goodreads

Publication Date June 4th, 2019

Summer Hours by Amy Mason Doan

Growing Up 90’s Style

Overall, I really enjoyed this novel about friendship, growing up, love, the choices we make & what stems from said choices.

I’m giving a shout out to my buddy Heather over at Book Club Chat because this book is ripe for questions, discussion & ideas for book clubs. During her formidable college years, Becc trudges among trying to follow her heart & her instinct even if they each lead her down different roads.

While there is a romance element, it’s a smaller part of the narrative. Instead, relationships are strained, created & reignited.

THE VERDICT

I’m Really Into This book! I’m bummed I missed the launch for Amy’s book. Hopefully, she saved me a book cookie! Summer Hours by Amy Mason Doan is out now. Read this book if you’re looking for a well-written tale about relationships, secrets among friends & developing your own sense of self.

Check out my review for Amy’s first novel, The Summer List right here.

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ABOUT THE AUTHOR: AMY MASON DOAN

Summer Hours by Amy Mason Doan Amy Mason Doan grew up in Danville, California and now lives in Portland, Oregon.

She’s written for The Oregonian, San Francisco Chronicle, Wired, Forbes, The Orange County Register and other publications. Amy has an M.A. in Journalism from Stanford University and a B.A. in English from U.C. Berkeley.

Her debut novel, THE SUMMER LIST, will be published by Graydon House on June 26,  2018.

Momma, wife, baker, reader & smart ass. I am Really Into doughnuts, inside jokes, trash TV, pizza, 48 Hours & George Michael.

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