Title: The Summer of Me
Date Published: April 19, 2016
Publisher: William Morrow
Source: TLC Book Tours
As the days pass, Destiny will make new discoveries—about herself, the man she’s fallen for, and the people around her. And she’ll face challenging choices too. But most of all, she’ll grow in ways she never imagined, learning unexpected lessons about trust, forgiveness, and the price of motherhood . . . and becoming the woman she truly wants to be.
Being raised by a single mother, I was drawn to the description of this book right from the very beginning. What woman wouldn't want to read a story about a woman who has sacrificed who she is for the better of her children, only to discover that it's ok to take time for you too?
Following Destiny's path throughout the book I could see visions of my own mom growing up. Never looking at all she did for us throughout that time, I was thankful to have this opportunity to see some of the dreams Destiny had and how she was going to try and make them come true while still taking care of her children.
Overall a very enjoyable story.