After Summer: The Girls of Summer

  • Title: After Summer: The Girls of Summer
  • Author: S.R. Silcox
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 488
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • After Summer The Girls of Summer For two young women the spark of summer love is only the beginning After several years apart Riley Fisher and Brooks Doherty find themselves in close proximity thrown together once again in the smal
    For two young women, the spark of summer love is only the beginning After several years apart, Riley Fisher and Brooks Doherty find themselves in close proximity thrown together once again in the small town of Roper s Beach in the wake of unfortunate circumstances Unwittingly trapped in the small town after the tragic loss of Riley s mother, and the turbulent falling ouFor two young women, the spark of summer love is only the beginning After several years apart, Riley Fisher and Brooks Doherty find themselves in close proximity thrown together once again in the small town of Roper s Beach in the wake of unfortunate circumstances Unwittingly trapped in the small town after the tragic loss of Riley s mother, and the turbulent falling out of Brooks family, the two find refuge in the long lost friendship they once shared Before long, a troubling storm threatens to drag young love out to sea When the island s pristine beach is damaged as a result of corporate greed, Brooks and Riley find their romance stuck between the town and the ambitions of industry Can young love prevail against the powerful force that controls their fate In this new young adult romance from SR Silcox, two young women must put everything on the line for love, justice, and something much bigger than themselves See what happens after summer ends and life begins, and grab your copy today After Summer is the second book in the Girls of Summer series.

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    About S.R. Silcox


    1. SR Silcox grew up in small town Australia A child of the 80s and a teen of the 90s, it was a multi coloured, fun filled time of hypercolour T shirts, Slip n Slides, outrageously teased fringes, MC Hammer and Dunlop Volleys She played cricket in the summer and soccer in the winter, all while wearing shorts and T shirts with a cap glued firmly to her head.She loves team sports, barracks for the underdog, and believes that everyone makes the right choices given the right set of circumstances Most of all she believes that re making movies from the 1980s should be made illegal.A lesbian herself, she s passionate about the importance of diversity in fiction and the media, especially for LGBT teens.A voracious and eclectic reader, among her favourite authors are JK Rowling, John Green, Hugh Howey , and Malinda Lo.A former accountant, SR Silcox left her job in 2012 to write full time She lives in the out west of Queensland with her partner and two dogs, and writes young adult fiction with lesbian main characters.


    518 Comments


    1. it was ok. Didn't pull me in like the first book did. Didn't get a lot of chemistry between the MC's IMO. IDK, It wasn't bad. Just ok.

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    2. I think I like it better than the first oneI found this one more engaging than the first book of series. Wilcox didn't shy away from confrontation and arguments and disagreements were hashed out, albeit minimally, better. I will say that not everything was resolved or fully hashed out. I would have liked a little more detail about what Scott did about the turtle incident. It was like he didn't respond to any of it and maybe a lot could have been avoided if he did. I also would have liked a littl [...]

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    3. I have probably seen at least one film made for teens/children with a similar plot. They were very hetero, of course. I'm glad there is something like that with/for lesbians too.

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    4. This is very much what it advertises to be: a sweet summer story with lesbian main characters. Like the first book in the series "Crush" it has a very grounded feel to it. It is a bit on the bright side of things, but overall feels realistic. The characters are mostly well defined and I loved seeing where their journey would go. Overall if you liked Crsuh you will enjoy this. If I have one negative thing to say about it, I feel like it was a bit to short.

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    5. Highly enjoyableI very much enjoyed Crush the first book of the Girls of Summer series and had been looking forward to the sequel. In my opinion After Summer was even better than Crush. It's a very cute story with wonderful characters. I look forward to hopefully more books in the series.

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