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Professor Audrey Graham shouldn’t be alive. But she didn’t walk away from the accident that should’ve taken her life. She shouldn’t have ever walked again according to the doctors. But after two years of physical therapy and countless surgeries, she’s got a second lease on life. First stop? Camp Firefly Falls to try and catch up on some of the living she never did before her accident.
Firefighter Hudson Lowell shouldn’t be alive. In the wake of losing two members of his team in a structure fire gone wrong, he’s been unable to work, unable to pull himself out of the survivor’s guilt. In a last ditch effort to snap him out of it, his family surprises him with a 2 week reunion session at Camp Firefly Falls, reminder of a simpler, better time. The last thing he expects to find is the woman he helped cut out of a snarled up wreck of a car two years before.
As sparks ignite between rescuer and rescuee, Audrey finally gets the chance to repay her hero. But can she convince this proud, stubborn man that life is still worth living? Or will Hudson let this chance at happiness slip through his fingers?
Not only do I LOVE the idea of a summer camp for adults but I cannot resist a big sexy hero who doesn’t think he’s a hero like Hudson in Second Chance Summer. Audrey and Hudson met two years before camp when he saved her life during a horrific auto accident. His deep sexy voice kept her calm which probably kept her alive while they pulled her mangled body from the wreck. One of the things he talked about was his time a Camp Firefly Falls and she promptly added it to her bucket list.
With a premise like that, I couldn’t wait to dig in and from the moment they met I was hit with major case of the feels. Audrey is determined to live her life to the fullest because prior to her accident she’d basically been living for her parents. As a child genius there were a lot of expectations placed on her and she was committed to living up to each and every one of them. But her accident changed everything and the excitement and exuberance with which she takes on every task was intoxicating even on the pages of my Kindle.
Audrey and Hudson together were a fiery match that shouldn’t have fit so well together, but holy crap did they ever! He didn’t want to be anyone’s hero after his own tragedy left a black mark on his heart. That only made me love him more, especially when he so wholly threw himself into helping Audrey during Field Day.
Maybe it’s because of my own summer camp experience but the intensity, the fun and the activities all combined to make for a thrilling experience that had me smiling—okay and tearing up a little—from beginning to end.
Now please tell me that Charlie and Rebecca have a story out there or coming soon???
Another gem from Camp Firefly Falls!!!