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Refresh and try again. Open Preview See a Problem? Thanks for telling us about the problem. Return to Book Page. Preview — An Endless Summer by C. An Endless Summer Summer 2 by C. Sean looked out over the lake, squinting against the sunlight. He turned to me, his expression sobering as his eyes flicked over my face in a silent study. Three years on, a now nineteen-year-old Amy returns to Onslow for the summer.
What once was a cauldron of activity with live bands, hot meals and cold beers, the Onslow Hotel now lies dark, deserted and depressing. How had her dad let it come to this?
With the new threat of putting the Onslow up for sale, Amy reluctantly turns to a local tradesman for help: Sean Murphy, the very same Onslow boy who saved her life all those years ago. With his help and that of some old friends, the task is clear: Kindle Editionpages. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. To ask other readers questions about An Endless Summerplease sign up. Is there anywhere I can read these books online for free?? Do I need to read the first book in order to read this one?
See 2 questions about An Endless Summer…. Lists with This Book. Dec 17, Hannah rated it it was amazing Shelves: Do I need to review this book?
Will a just franking read it suffice? Oh my beating heart be still, I think I’m in lust.
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And I do not mind at all. Read this book folks. There’s not a lot I can say about An Endless Summer, except for how amazing it is. In which case this review may be rather short, because there’s dugga so many words in the thesaurus that I can use to express my uttermost love for not just this book, but CJ herself, enrless the whole series to come. It’s hard when you have the sequel or companion novel or even just another stand alone book to an author who completely blew you away with their first novel.
If you remember, I adored The Boys of Summer. I fell in summr with the 90s vibe and the summer feel, the romance between Tess and Ann that was meant to be. And then I pined for Sean, the boy who seemed to love but not be loved in return.
And then we get An Endless Summer, and Hannah is a very happy girl. Like the last time, when I read Boys of Summer to the early hours of the morning, I found myself curled up in a hostel bed at 4am in the morning, unable to sleep An Endless Summer isn’t so much a sequel or even a companion novel.
It’s like a Sarah Dessen or Stephanie Perkins novel – same world, some of the same characters, but so brilliantly done that it can hold it’s own. For one, you get a main character who isn’t straight up in love with her male MC counterpart.
It’s dndless romance that develops slowly throughout the book through looks and glances and what I like to call the ‘Pride and Prejudice’ romance.
While Tess was already in love with Toby from the get go, Amy doesn’t – or doesn’t think – love Sean in that way. He’s more a pain in her backside than anything, and through their interactions as she gets to know him more personally, her feelings also develop. And as they do, Amy begins to realize that she likes Sean – not loves, but definitely like, summerr him. And that’s what I love.
I love a character who isn’t in love straight away, even once her feelings come to eummer. Amy and I are quite similar in the way that we see that you can’t love someone from the get go, it’s something that takes time endlesx understanding.
Which, in the midst of so many mature YA and NA novels lately, is something so refreshing to read. Amy herself ah a completely different character to what I expected as well. When we knew her in The Boys of Summer, she’s a bit of a spoilt brat. That hasn’t changed, and even now at nineteen, Amy’s still got a lot to learn.
Which she does, of course.
But she’s also got spirit and fire, and I loved how fierce and quick she was with a comeback. All in all, she is my kind of girl; we’d be the best of BFFs hint, hint. I know I loved Amy from the start on, but talking to a few people after they’d read it, and I know she wasn’t the most easiest of characters to initially love, but it’s the way she changes her whole outlook that I found personally so appealing – and I know a lot of people also did.
And then there’s Sean. I loved him in The Boys of Summer, and I still love him now. He’s the perfect gentlemen. Why can’t there be more Australian boys like that, huh? Plus there’s this lovely, jokery side to him and I love seeing him wind Amy up. Once again, CJ has given me a book that I’ve not been able to put down and never want to end.
I find myself going back and reading certain parts over and over again, feeling that same squeeeeeeeeeee feeling every time I read the wonderful characters and world that she’s created.
To be honest there’s not a lot of words describing that perfect feeling you have when you read a book that just makes absolute sense. This is one of those books. View all 4 comments.
Dec 24, Jennifer rated it really liked it. Amy was fifteen in the first book and now she has returned to the Onslow at nineteen for the summer. She thought she would hang out like old times but her dad left the place to someone who has let it go downhill. It has many memories so she decides to work on fixing it up with the help of the Onslow boys. It is a special place for the town so everyone attempts to bring it back to it’s glory days to prevent her dad from selling it.
I loved Sean Murphy in the first book! I think everyone loves Sean Amy was fifteen in the first book and now she has returned to the Onslow at nineteen for the summer. I think everyone loves Sean.
Sean goes to a lot of trouble to help Amy in any way he can. Amy is quite stubborn though. I like that she wants to work and not just let a man take care end,ess her but after end,ess it was a little frustrating. Sean wants to help her ssummer help the Onslow, which holds lots of great memories for him, so if he wants to buy some paint let him buy you some paint!
They do seem to play well of each other and I enjoyed their flirty interactions to the fullest. Although at times I was like why do you not have Sean naked yet?! LOL The rest of the gang from the first book returns as well. I love the group dynamic between all these friends and how supportive they are.
Review – An Endless Summer (Book #2 Summer Series) by C.J. Duggan
They are so hilarious. I had many laugh out loud moments. Anyone would want to hang with the Onslow boys. A big part of the book was also just Amy figuring herself out and what she wanted to do.
In the end I was happy with the way her attitude changed. I’m already excited for the next book and very curious who the main couple of the story will be!
This is the perfect summer read! Murphy, can leave your drill piece under their pillow any day of the week. View all 16 comments.
Dec 28, Jasprit rated it liked it Shelves: An Endless Summer was a book I was immensely looking forward to after I literally devoured Boys of Summer at the end of last year. Duggan just had that knack to capture the essence of what summers should be about; having fun, blossoming friendships, a sweet lasting romance and making it a summer you will never forget. And once again Duggan has been able to do that with An Endless Summer. I adored Sean in The Boys of Summer; he had that laid back care free attitude about him and that golden smile which could reassure you that everything would be okay.
He had a super sweet side to him that I appreciated but also a cocky swagger about him which I adored. The obviousness of Amy and Sean being totally right for each was so clear very early on. Because the swoony scenes between them were so worth it! Once again Duggan was able to mix the story up well, despite the fun nature of everyone getting together at The Onslow Hotel, there was always the potential threat of losing a place they cared about a lot; a place where they share many memories, and which played a massive role in so many characters lives.