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I can easily say that the two of them is one of my favorite couples ever. Yes, I loved them that much!
Another thing that I find really amazing is how all the characters from the first book made an appearance in the second one too.
All the friendships that started then, continued in this one and grew even stronger. We can see how close they all are and wish for friends like that.
If you are looking for a great contemporary romance, I highly recommend you to start with Summer series. I think the books are perfect summer read, but also when you just want a sweet book with a great plot and well-developed characters.
Blog Twitter Facebook Instagram Pinterest Jan 10, books are love rated it really liked it. It's four years later and everyone has gone on to other things.
Chris is in the city, Adam is in the army, Tess and Toby are still together yay! So when Amy arrives thinking she will just be getting away from her lovey dovey parents she has a surprise.
I must say I loved Sean and his flirty fun ways. Here he takes it upon himself to help Amy out and in the process falls for the girl.
The fiesty fiery Amy who is pigheaded, stubborn and at times flys way off the handle. This though makes her more fun to read. The banter between Sean and Amy will have you hooting and hollaring.
They are so much fun to read together. Amy decides to take it upon herself to make the Onslow what it once was and Sean helps.
He even gets all the boys back to help. Chris helps manage the hotel again, Adam comes back and repairs his relationship with his two best friends and we begin to see him showing signs of more than friendship for Ellie I hope I hope fingers and toes crossed!
As Amy is throwing liners at Sean and cleaning up the hotel she falls for Sean. Even gets jealous of the women she sees him with and her one liners to him are hysterical.
She keeps him on his toes and Sean loves it. As the hotel gets back to itself, her dad has a health issue and when her parents see the hotel they decide to sell.
Her mom though I do not like. She is money hungry selfish and thinks the worst of her daughter. The dad is a gentle man who shows such love and affection for his daughter but is tired and gives in to Amy's mom.
This doesn't go over well but Sean is there for her and saves the day. Her prince charming. This is the funny witty story of Sean and Amy and how they get together.
She keeps him on his toes and she reigns him in. A fun read that will keep you entertained. Jan 18, Kelly Diva Booknerd rated it it was amazing Shelves: bookgasm , arc-galley , loveozya.
I love the fictional town of Onslow and what it represents. The Summer series is beautifully brilliant and realistic. Set in a small town where they all know one another, the setting is realistic and anyone who has lived in a small town in Australia, knows that it can either be a blessing, or a curse.
In Onslow, they share a sense of community, and genuine warmth towards one another. Duggan is a romantic storyteller.
She has not only created likeable characters, but an entire town to fall I love the fictional town of Onslow and what it represents.
She has not only created likeable characters, but an entire town to fall in love with. Thank you to C. J for allowing me to transport back to Onslow again.
I absolutely loved it immensely. Mar 25, Asheley rated it really liked it. An Endless Summer did not disappoint and honestly, I couldn't put it down while I was reading.
I really do love this series. Once upon a time, Sean Murphy saved Amy Henderson from drowning. Then -- Amy Henderson has been away for about four years now, after her parents felt she needed to calm down a bit and sent her to the city for school.
She's excited for summer - After loving The Boys of Summer , I was excited to dive back into CJ Duggan's world of great friends and summers by the lake.
She's excited for summer - she's excited to return to the place she loves: her father's hotel, where she feels at home - to her friends, to those handsome Onslow boys This bothers Amy because more than any other place, this place feels like home and she knows that the locals feel the same way.
Since her father is spending time away in the city [rekindling his marriage] with her mother, Amy takes it upon herself to spruce up the hotel - like, completely re-haul it and get it in tip-top shape.
This is far more than she bargained for this summer and it is a shame, really, because she knows her father has no clue how dire the situation has gotten - how far the hotel has fallen out of control.
To her surprise, the Onslow boys, headed by none other than Sean Murphy , help her out. Pretty soon, the hotel's renovation is a group effort, and Amy is not only having the summer of her life, but she is falling in love.
I loved Tess and I loved Toby and stick a fork in me, I'm done. I loved the rest of the secondary characters, but I had no clue how they would ever live up to those two.
Here, though, I've gotten to know Amy and Sean, which is wonderful. Granted, years have passed since the first book's events have happened, and there has been some maturation and character growth and change.
Really, Amy and Sean are so much fun. Amy is a almost a little much in the beginning of the story, maybe.
But that doesn't last long at all. She's been away for a few years, in the city, and she seems to be the stereotypical wealthy girl, to me.
When she comes back, no one is expecting this completely lovely, more mature young woman - all they can remember is young Amy.
It takes everyone aback. Then she sets to work to restore her father's hotel, his life's work, and BOOM! Myself - I have to admit that I had a new respect for her too.
She immediately pulled up her sleeves and got to work. Even though it felt pretty clear that her development as a character seemed a sure thing, what I loved was that it was steady throughout the story, even until the end.
I also loved that she had weak spots and admitted them AND she had strengths and wasn't afraid to admit them as well. Amy has this main goal the entire time: the hotel, the hotel, the hotel.
This is because right now, for some reason, her family is such a priority to her. Amy is able to keep her eye on the finish line because she never looses sight of her main goal, but she is able to incorporate other important things and people into her life.
This is HUGE, I think, because everyone reaches a certain point in their lives when they step over the line from child to adult - sometimes we straddle it for a while - but Amy really does a service to coming-of-age here by demonstrating her work ethic and the reasons behind her decisions and such.
She shows that she is able to manage multiple tasks and things, and I loved this. I'm not always great at this!
I also loved the way she allowed people to help her - I think this is a great thing we all have to learn, when to delegate and when not to, etc.
Amy is fine-tuning her growing up here right before our eyes - it is not only the romance aspect of the story that demonstrates this. Of course, the romance is very present in the story, and it is sweet and I loved it.
The romance is called: Sean Murphy. Sean has a little bit of a reputation throughout the community as a ladies man, and this is mostly due to his fame as a footballer and his good looks.
The truth is that he has grown up a bit; he is actually a super-hard worker - he has a career outside of athletics, see - and this allows him to help Amy pretty easily But the two of them are a little stubborn and it takes them a little while to admit these things to one another, when they are painfully obvious to us, the readers.
I think that this is mostly Amy's story, but it belongs to Sean too, only Sean is a little more mature than Amy. Ultimately, I loved this story.
I loved the slow romance between Amy and Sean, because if the truth is told, I think they both liked one another for a long time before this story began.
These are people that I could definitely see myself being friends with and wanting to hang around, so it stands to reason that I am happy that they are included in this book.
I'm looking forward to continuing with this series - I have the third book and as well as some of the novellas on my Kindle - I'll be reading more about the Onslow boys soon.
Jul 16, Gabbie Rampant Readers rated it really liked it Shelves: read-earcs-and-review-copies. Without a word or a worry, he saved me.
J Duggan had in store. Three years prior, Amy was shunned from Onslow after a night involving drinking, a lake, and almost dying.
Three years later, Amy returns to Onslow for her summer holidays; however, she is shocked to find that the hotel that she grew up in has fallen to pieces.
Amy resolves to fix up the hotel and to reclaim her home. With the help of the Onslow boys and her friends from three years prior, Amy works tirelessly to rebuilt the hotel.
But when her parents decide to put it up for sale, will everything that Amy be for nothing? Amy was a determined character.
She was determined to fix the place that she considered home. She was a stubborn character, and she always wanted to get her way.
Although she had good intentions, the fact that she would not let anyone help her was slightly irritating. She kept up the mantra in her head that she could do it all alone until the end of the novel.
But finally, she realized that the hotel was just a place, and home was wherever she wanted it to be. Without question, without hesitation.
He had grown up a bit since the Boys of Summer, but his personality was the same. Sean was a hard worker. He worked for his wealth and he was generous about it.
He was always giving. He was also a very teasing character, which rolled over into this novel. He teased Amy like it was his job. Sean and Amy created sparks.
Although for the majority of the novel, they were in a constant state of teasing each other, you could still see the chemistry between them.
I was constantly waiting for them to stop playing games and just get together. However, it was fun reading all of their banter with each other, and picking out the undercurrent of caring that was buried underneath.
It was fantastic seeing the Onslow group together once again. Although they all grew up, they still had that perfect dynamic amongst themselves.
They had fun, and they supported each other. It was really great to see them together once again.
The thing that I loved about this novel, as well as the Boys of Summer, was the local color. J Duggan, being a Australian herself, really pulled the locality of her life into this novel.
I loved seeing all of the Australian slang words. It really put an authentic feel on the novel. It reminded me constantly that this novel was not taking place in the United States, but in Australia.
I loved to different setting than that same-old that I read when novels are set in the United States. I have even made a mini-dictionary for you all with some of the words from the novel: Sunnies: sunglasses Ute: car Boardies: board shorts Ciggie: cigarette Mate: friend Pashing: kissing Thong: flip-flop Overall, An Endless Summer was a great novel filled with determination, hard working, and fun.
A lighthearted, warm read, this is definitely the right choice for a summer read! Jul 12, Sarika Patkotwar rated it really liked it.
Actual rating- 3. Duggan in exchange for an honest review. We thank C. J for the book! Although I had many problems with the MC in the first book of the Summer series , The Boys of Summer , I really enjoyed the story as it was fun and flirty- an almost perfect summer read.
You can find my review of it here. When I started the second book, An Endless Summer , I had a feeling I won't quite enjoy it as much as the first one a Actual rating- 3.
However, as the book progressed, I was hoping things would go a certain way and when they did go the way I wanted them to go, I as good as fell in love with the story.
The best part about this book, unlike book 1, was that there was a lot of other stuff involved other than just romance. In An Endless Summer , daughter of the publican Mr.
Henderson, Amy, who nearly drowns herself and is saved by Sean Murphy and returns from an all girls boarding school, is back in town, only to be greeted by a rather dense and fallen Onslow Hotel.
She knows how much the hotel means to the Henderson family and decides to work hard to get it back in shape without her dad knowing anything about the same.
Little does Amy know about her mum's plans regarding the hotel. As an MC, I admit that Amy worked hard to get things back on track and she was a good enough girl as well.
I did feel that she wasn't contributing a lot as compared to the others. I liked how she didn't make boys the center of her thoughts unlike Tess in the first book.
Amy balanced her hotel life and love life quite well. It's just that I felt bored reading her point of view until the Onslow boys and the gang from The Boys Of Summer came along.
They brought in a lot of colour and cheer and took Onslow to a new level altogether with their dedication and loyalty towards it. I loved Adam in the first book as a best friend and in this one again, I loved him as a cousin brother.
I really hope that the third book, That One Summer is his book. Amy's love interest Sean Murphy was a fab guy. I liked him a lot in the first book as well and in this one, I liked him even more.
He was such kid and a gentleman at the same time and I loved getting to know him better. He and Amy had the sparks going on from the initial pages itself and I really loved how Sean tried to express his feelings.
His romance was unique and quite fun as well. Author C. Duggan 's writing is smooth again and has a nice flow. It's very easy to read her books as they're full of sweet things.
An Endless Summer was an enjoyable read that ended in the way I hoped for it to end and it left me smiling for a long time after I'd closed the book.
Mar 15, Seirra rated it it was amazing Shelves: favorites. A review copy was provided for an honest review.
If you were as blown away with the first novel as I was then you have to pick up An Endless Summer! An Endless Summer is irrefutably fun, sexy, summery and has exceptionally written characters.
Smiling, laughing, and sighing—these are all things you'll be doing while reading. Amy is hilarious, snarky, and indomitable. She meets every challe A review copy was provided for an honest review.
She meets every challenge head-on. It's invigorating to read about characters with brains, good-looks, and fight in them. Every page is littered with witticisms, and I loved each scene with Amy and Sean because they are an absolute riot together.
Duggan captures Australia's beauty, and creates a town full of wondrously outstanding characters. Also the story is excellently written and you'll be flying right through it!
After an incident that nearly cost Amy Henderson her life her parents decide to send her off to an all-girls boarding school.
Three years later and she's ready to come back to Onslow and her safe haven—The Onslow Hotel. What she doesn't expect to come home to is the place in horrific disrepair.
There's only one problem with her picture and that's Sean Murphy. The incredibly attractive, women magnet, and plague to her teen years thanks to her old best friend's obsession with him.
It's Summer and the Onslow Boys are back together again and they're ready to stir up the town. Sean once saved Amy and now it appears he has come back to do it again, but it's not Amy's life she's worried about—it's her heart.
The Onslow Boys are the guys to hang with and seeing them reunited again was epic. Amy's cousin Adam who was also Tess' BFF is also back with his winning personality—he was one of my favorite secondary characters.
Amy surprised me the most because in The Boys of Summer I didn't see her redeeming herself but she most certainly did.
The relationship between Sean and Amy is a red-hot roller-coaster. Amy has a stubborn outlook on everything, and Sean shifts her focus to what really matters.
Although there was some predictability my amusement never faltered. I can say with ease that I'll be rereading An Endless Summer again and again!
All in all I'm dreading the end of this trilogy because every Onslow character has etched a place in my heart. They are unpredictably fascinating, gorgeous, depth-filled, unforgettable, and so much fun to read about.
I can't wait to see who C. Duggan will write about next! Those who loved Sean in the first installment will be swooning over him tenfold in this one.
An Endless Summer is a blazing hot sequel, and it will not disappoint! I felt like clutching my Kindle to my chest and twirling around in pure joy after I finished An Endless Summer.
That sounds so unlike me, but that goes to show just how much I loved it. I just wanted to bask in the sweet, glorious book high for as long as possible.
I absolutely loved The Boys of Summer , but this was even better! I loved Toby and Tess, but Sean is so much more my kind of guy, so I was ecstatic that he was going to be the love interest to none other than Amy, the publican's daughter.
She can be such a stubborn smart-ass, but I adore that about her Oh, what a pair these two make! The chemistry between them is wonderful.
Sometimes their interactions had that Rhett and Scarlett vibe that I love so much. I was happy that all the characters from the first book made an appearance, because this is probably one of my favorite groups of characters ever.
The Onslow Boys are exactly the type of guys I like: respectful and good-natured, but can be total smart-asses and a bit rowdy at times. I love all the girls, especially Amy.
And Adam But the great thing is, they aren't just amazing characters individually, their personalities mesh perfectly. Nothing about this group feels forced or awkward.
I seriously want to hang out with them all! The story itself was a lot of fun. Trying to save the Onslow Hotel was a wonderful way to bring everyone back together.
I knew fairly early how it was going to play out, but that didn't take away from it in the least. I was pleased with how it all came together and left me grinning like a fool.
I think I've been very clear that I love this book to pieces, so imagine how unbelievably giddy I was to discover there will be a third book!
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