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Don't walk behind me; I may not lead. Don't walk in front of me; I may not follow. Just walk beside me and be my friend.

Thursday, August 21, 2014

Happy Release Day! The Summer We Fell by Amber Garza


Adam Stewart is every girl’s fantasy – captain of the football team, smart, funny, hot. I’ve had a crush on him for years but he never noticed me. Until now.

Dating Adam is a dream come true. I should be happy about it, but it’s hard because my best friend Cruz is acting strange. Almost like he’s jealous. But that can’t be. Can it?

Cruz and I have been inseparable since we were kids. He’s always been like a brother to me. But lately things have changed. He’s different, and I’m starting to see him in a new light. Our relationship is evolving in a way I never thought possible. I don’t want to lose him, but am I willing to give up Adam for him?

This book really surprised me. I expected it to be good, of course, but I didn't really expect much more than a nice, sweet little story. I didn't expect it to be a book that pull me in and tug at the heartstrings, to make me fall head over heels for the characters as I put myself in the main characters'(dual POV) shoes. This book is one that I see has huge reread potential, and I think that really has to do with the personalities these characters had. They weren't what I like to call cookie-cutter and the story just really made me want more - In a good way. Amber Garza has got herself a new fan! - Paige, Amazon

About the author:
Amber Garza is the author of the Delaney's Gift Series and many contemporary romance titles, including Star Struck, Tripping Me Up and Break Free. She has had a passion for the written word since she was a child making books out of notebook paper and staples. Her hobbies include reading and singing. Tea and wine are her drinks of choice (not necessarily in that order). She writes while blaring music, and talks about her characters like they're real people. She currently lives in California with her amazing husband, and two hilarious children who provide her with enough material to keep her writing for years.

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