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Suddenly Last Summer
by Sarah Morgan


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USA TODAY bestselling author Sarah Morgan introduces another irresistible O'Neil brother who's more tempting than dessert and twice as sinful

Fiery French chef Elise Philippe is having a seriously bad day. Not only have the grand opening plans for her beloved cafe fallen apart, but Sean O'Neil is back in town and looking more delectable than ever.  Read more...


 
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Overview

USA TODAY bestselling author Sarah Morgan introduces another irresistible O'Neil brother who's more tempting than dessert and twice as sinful

Fiery French chef Elise Philippe is having a seriously bad day. Not only have the grand opening plans for her beloved cafe fallen apart, but Sean O'Neil is back in town and looking more delectable than ever. Memories of the electrifying night they shared last summer leave Elise very tempted, but she knows all too well that eventually Sean will be leavingagain.

Being back in Vermonteven temporarilyis surgeon Sean O'Neil's worst nightmare. Returning home to the Snow Crystal Resort means confronting the guilt he feels about rejecting his family's lifestyle years ago. But discovering that Elise is still in Vermont and still sets his blood racing is a very welcome distraction Remembering last summer and how good they were together is going to make walking away more difficult than he could imagine."

 
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  • ISBN-13: 9780373778867
  • ISBN-10: 0373778864
  • Publisher: Harlequin
  • Publish Date: June 2014
  • Page Count: 377


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Books > Fiction > Romance - Contemporary

 
Publishers Weekly Reviews

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  • Reviewed in: Publishers Weekly, page .
  • Review Date: 2014-05-26
  • Reviewer: Staff

Morgan charms readers with her second visit (after Sleigh Bells in the Snow) to Snow Crystal, Vt. Paris-born Élise Philippe, head chef at the O’Neil family’s resort, has adopted the O’Neils as her own, following a no-strings-attached fling with Boston-based brother Sean O’Neil. Sean, a busy surgeon, has never felt a strong tie to the family business until Élise enters his life again, and this time he’s looking for more than another one-night stand. What Sean doesn’t know is that Élise’s last serious relationship ended quite badly and she’s determined to never open herself up to that type of pain again—especially because she believes that her unbridled passion is what led to her beloved mother’s death. Poignant and heartfelt, this paradoxically warm contemporary will leave readers eager for another visit to Snow Crystal. (July)

 
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TOP PICK IN ROMANCE
The importance of family and the emotional hazards of love are explored in Sarah Morgan’s Suddenly Last Summer. Dedicated surgeon Sean O’Neil puts plenty of distance between himself and his family’s mountain resort in Vermont. To him, it’s always felt like an albatross. But when a relative’s illness forces him back into the family fold, he begins to see the place and his past through different eyes. He can thank French chef Élise Philippe for that—and for the way she’s making it hard for him to sleep at night. Élise wants a no-strings relationship. Which sounds fine to Sean . . . until it doesn’t. Will he be able to convince wary Élise that they have more than just sexual chemistry? Will he find a way to reconcile his devotion to medicine and his responsibility to the O’Neils and their resort? Élise has her own troubled history that makes the resort her haven, but falling for Sean and then losing him might jeopardize the peace she finds among the mountains. In this engaging novel, the stakes aren’t life-or-death, but life-and-love, which readers will find just as entertaining.

 

This article was originally published in the July 2014 issue of BookPage. Download the entire issue for the Kindle or Nook.

 
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