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First is One Summer This story was a complete bore I d give it 1 star I typically enjoy Nora Roberts but One Summer was pointless The story was a straight line to the ending with no twists, turns, or problems Every chapter told the same story with no forward progress and no plot It was just a story about 2 people who fell in love in a traditional way No fantasy, no passion, no excitement Second was Temptation this was better Cute, short, enjoyable. Sweet romances. Who doesn t love a summer romance
I found the first story One Summer a long story I did enjoy Temptation better Two quick and easy reads always enjoy a book by Nora Roberts Enjoyed the interaction between Shade and Colby and how they both overcame presuppositions about the other photographer in the story You can t judge a book by it s cover not a photographer by their photos The hilarity of Eden running the camp and Chase the neighboring orchard with all the tricks played by the girls made for a fun story. I liked the first novella in this book better than many reviewers seem to have I love photography and the two main characters are photographers There were few details that dated the story a little the fact that they were shooting and developing film which I know is still in use, but a lot less than back in the 80s when the book was written and the lack of technology like cell phones and the Internet Also, the main male character smoked and while I m sure you could still find character I liked the first novella in this book better than many reviewers seem to have I love photography and the two main characters are photographers There were few details that dated the story a little the fact that they were shooting and developing film which I know is still in use, but a lot less than back in the 80s when the book was written and the lack of technology like cell phones and the Internet Also, the main male character smoked and while I m sure you could still find characters who smoke in current fiction, it doesn t seem to come up much in romance or women s fiction The tide has changed on that particular habit I didn t like the second story as much as the first I felt that the female lead wasfully fleshed out than the male lead The male lead was a bit too pushy for my taste, right from the moment they met I liked him a bit better by the end The book overall was okay, but not as good as other Nora Roberts books I ve read I did not care for the first story at all Had a hard time finishing it I almost didn t read the second story because the first one was so boring I read the second story anyway and it was much better than the first one If any one reads this book, skip the first story but read the second one. &EBOOK ↲ A Day Away: One Summer / Temptation ⇨ One Summer A summer spent traveling across America with brooding photojournalist Shade Colby was not celebrity photographer Bryan Mitchell s idea of a dream assignment She found Shade to be arrogant, cynical and infuriatingly sexy Plus they disagreed about everything But there was one thing they had in common the fierce attraction for each other they could not deny Temptation Socialite Eden Carlbough knew running a girls camp wouldn t be easy, but she didn t expect to be run up an apple tree by the little monsters She was equally surprised to come crashing down into the capable arms of orchard owner Chase Elliot While her handsome neighbor s overbearing ways were highly irritating, his touch ignited feelings she d never known The first part of the book was One Summer.totally boring This was your typical boy meets girl romanceevery chapter was the same Nothing really happens The second part of the book was Temptation.this story was cute andenjoyable but still not that interesting I give it one star because for Nora Roberts this has to be one of the worst books of hers that I have read. I usually love her books and this just didn t measure up The first story s pacing was slow and it didn t satisfy The second novella wasof what I expect from Roberts, and simply too short to have the richness of development as a full novel.