BOOK REVIEW | Hello, Summer by Mary Kay Andrews

Hello, Summer | Mary Kay Andrews
📖 458 pages | Publication Date: May 5th, 2020 | St. Martin’s Press

I requested Hello, Summer because I just love Mary Kay Andrews and her beach reads, because they are always a must-read to kick off summer for me! This title was no exception, even with a slightly more intense plotline than her other novels I’ve read. Family secrets, political moves, romance and more – this title kept the story moving at all times! 

Conley has left her job for something new, until she suddenly isn’t. Forced to head back to her family home in Florida, she’s suddenly facing the memories, and people from her past she’s spent years avoiding. 

After running into her childhood friend Skelly at The Legion, the two witness an accident that leads to reviving her journalism job, but at her family’s small town newspaper, The Beacon. 

Conley agrees to cover the story for her family’s paper and it takes us through a great story of regret, love, and so much more. 

Andrews, as always, creates relatable characters with moving stories and an interwoven cast that keeps on surprising you. I absolutely loved how well we got to know each of these characters in relation to one another and how they all contributed to the plot. 

Thank you to Netgalley, Mary Kay Andrews & St. Martin’s Press for a copy of this ARC in exchange for my honest review, it was an absolute pleasure reading a title from one of my favorite beach reads authors!


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