Ask Again, Yes by Mary Beth Keane: Kate and Peter meet as children and become best friends which later turns into something more. But just then tragedy strikes their families and insofar also them. So how much does your family history influence you and your life. And how do you overcome baggage which has been dumped on you by birth? This was a very interesting book about mental health issues. And it is also a Tonight Show Summer Read.
Brooklynaire by Sarina Bowen: Apparently I can’t get enough of Sarina Bowen. The Brooklynaire was another winner and kept me entertained for a couple of hours. I was totally happy that Becca and Nate got their own story. I’ve rooted for them since the Rookie Move and loved it that they always popped up in the all the books before. Very good that we see now how their story plays out. I am also happy to say that there are still three books to come in the series.
Bountiful (True North Book 4, Brooklyn Bruisers Book4.5) by Sarina Bowen: Not sure what the story line of the true north is about but I loved this book which had little to do with hockey. Which was excellent because while reading the last one I actually watched the Stanley cup final on YouTube. So great then that this one happens mostly in Vermont, in summer and far away from an ice rink. Nonetheless Dave and Zara are a couple to root for. I wonder though who of the secondary characters will come up in other True North books.
Overnight Sensation (Brooklyn Bruisers Book 5) by Sarina Bowen: Jason and Heidi are the couple of book number 5. I liked the background story of these two and how they moved on from there past. Also the book was funny, I had a couple of laugh-out-loud moments. Especially Heidi was such a competent young woman. It was really fun reading her thoughts and especially business ideas. Great entertainment!