Teri travels to Hawaii for summer vacation to spend a few weeks with her sister and with the hopes of rekindling a relationship she had with a man named Mark from the previous summer. When she gets to Hawaii she finds things are not as she planned. She does find romance, but it is not the one she's looking for. Is it the one she needs?
As I've found so far all RJG books are good. I just wish this book had kept its self more in Glenbrooke as this is part of that series. It is attached because of Teri being a Glenbrooke resident and she was an important character in the first book, but the only part that is "in" Glenbrooke is talking to Jessica.
I read this book for pure pleasure. All opinions are my own. I was not compensated for this review in any way.