When Summer Ends

Please note: I received this book for an honest review.

Author: Jessica Pennington

Goodreads Synopsis: “Aiden Emerson is an all-star pitcher and the all-around golden boy of Riverton. Or at least he was, before he quit the team the last day of junior year without any explanation. How could he tell people he’s losing his vision at seventeen?

Straight-laced Olivia thought she had life all figured out. But when her dream internship falls apart, her estranged mother comes back into her life, and her long-time boyfriend ghosts her right before summer break, she’s starting to think fate has a weird sense of humor.

Each struggling to find a new direction, Aiden and Olivia decide to live summer by chance. Every fleeting adventure and stolen kiss is as fragile as a coin flip in this heartfelt journey to love and self-discovery from the author of Love Songs & Other Lies “

Review: This story was cute, in that super cute YA summer novel type thing. If you’re a fan of all the boys I’ve loved before, you will probably like it. There were some holes near the end, of things that I wish I knew happened or turned out but overall I would recommend it to someone looking for a quick, nice and easy contemporary story.

The only downside is I wanted a little bit more to the story, when I ended I was like wait what? I needed more of these characters in my life@ But the story can be really relatable to junior/senior in high school and I loved the character development between both Olivia and Aiden.

Overall Review: 3/4 stars

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