Reading Roundup: “The Summer of Sunshine and Margot”

Fraternal twin sisters, each vowing to change their current ways, for various reasons. Their looks and personalities vary.

Sunshine is a nanny, who has spent much of her adult life falling for the wrong men, and running away with them. She is trying to change from being the girl who is known more for her looks than any substance. In her vow to change, she enrolls in college. Juggling school, and the feelings that she is feeling for her boss, Declan, proves to be incredibly hard.

Margot has spent much of her adult life following one man all over the world. In doing this, she has put her needs and wants last. Now, as an etiquette coach, she has been hired to work with a movie star who has been known to be eccentric, at best. In order to help her be successful, Margot moves in with her, at the home of her son, Alec. In doing so, she develops a relationship with Alec that helps push him past his guarded life.

This story was an easy read. The story-line was believable, and I found myself rooting for each couple. Susan Mallery is not afraid to share the dynamics of relationships with her readers. While the love interests were obvious from the beginning, Mallery provided the characters with conflict that kept the story entertaining.

I would give this book 4 stars.

I received a Digital Advance Reader Copy of this book from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.

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