Hello, All! Summer time is finally here! Many of us may be doing some traveling, rather in a car or on a plane. Some of us may be lounging on the beach or just hanging out around our homes in a hammock :) Whichever the case may be, we all would like to fill our Kindles (or whatever reading device you use) with a few great books for our Summer reads.
Well, do I have a great one for you to add to your list. MIRROR, MIRROR (The Grace Series Book 1) by Staci Stallings.
California golden girl, Sage Wentworth’s life looks perfect from the outside looking in. She’s got money, friends, and all the social status a girl could want. But underneath the glitz and glamour, Sage’s perfect existence holds many dark secrets—secrets even she herself doesn’t know. When she is unceremoniously sent to live with her biological father’s family in North Carolina for the summer, Sage finds herself swimming in very unfamiliar waters with seemingly friendly sharks poised to eat her alive on every side. Can Sage navigate these treacherous waters long enough to get back home, or has life for this golden girl changed forever?
Luke Baker has always considered himself a slacker of the first order. He’s not particularly athletic, musical, talented or intelligent. In fact, his “talents” such as they are run more in the vein of helping people when they most need it, and right now, that talent is much-needed by his best friend, Jaycee Lawrence who is facing the arrival of the stepsister she had gladly forgotten ever existed. A whole summer trying to talk Jaycee down off the ledge while simultaneously fighting like mad not to fall for her gorgeous, unattainable older sister? Yeah, this should be fun…
I love reading a book that I can get lost in and quickly fall in love with the characters. I’m doing just that in this one. I’m in the middle of reading Mirror, Mirror myself and I’m enjoying it so very much. That’s why I had to share it with all of you. It’s such an emotional, thought-provoking, and heart-touching story. ***sigh***
Staci Stallings also has a story included in, Whispers of Love, along with some other amazing and talented authors. I’ve already added that one to my next-in-line MUST-READ list, too :)
Do you have a must-read Summer-reading list? If so, do you have one that you would like to recommend?