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Summer Fling by Sarah Morgan


RATING: 🌕🌕🌕🌗🌑

Published: July 01, 2011

Publisher: Mills & Boon

Format: Paperback

Pages: 365



“We don’t all behave according to one rule book. We’re all different people, looking for different things. None of us is perfect.”


Have you heard? The place to be this summer is in love!
Life in the sleepy island of Glenmore is filled with tranquil lazy days. Bliss! But this summer the gossip mill is running overtime – love is most definitely in the air…

Poor Evanna has been infatuated with her boss forever – to him she’s just part of the furniture. Rumour has it this summer she’s decided to get noticed. No more sensible suits for her…she’s bringing out the stilettos!

Kyla can see Evanna is in love with her brother and if she had her way she’d knock their heads together. Oh well… Kyla has other, more pressing distractions – the new island doctor is gorgeous! Dr Ethan sticks out in the picture-perfect island like a v. handsome sore thumb.

Ripples are running through the tranquil waters of Glenmore – secrets, scandal and more than a little flirtation! It’s going to be a summer to remember!




Summer Fling is a bind-up of the first two novellas (?) in the Glenmore Island Doctors Series. We are following the story of Kyla, a nurse who falls in love with the new doctor; and Evanna, who has been in the island since birth and was madly in love with Kyla’s brother, Logan, since they were kids.

I think this book is the perfect read during this time of quarantine. The story took place in a small island where everyone knows everyone. It is not just a community, it is a big family. If you just want to fall in love and feel good pick this book up.

The story is cliche at best. We follow these people who lived in the island as they found love and fight for it. But the main characters are Kyla and Evanna, the nurses of the island; and of course their love interest is the doctor that they work with. Kyla falls in love with the new doctor, Ethan, who looks out of place in a small island considering his credentials in the field and it is a mystery as to why he came to the island and what secret is he hiding. And Evanna is Kyla’s best friend who was madly in love with Logan, Kyla’s older brother who is also the doctor in the island.

The small island’s community and getting a glimpse of the what’s happening in the medicine field are the two things that I really love about this book. I just like reading the close, almost family like, relationship of everyone in the island. I enjoyed reading about island life so much because I can relate in one point or another. And I am always fascinated by the ins and outs of the medical field so getting a glimpse of it from the life of the characters are truly entertaining. You get to see how dangerous and how important doctors and nurses are during crucial situations.

Both stories are a classic Sarah Morgan book with friendship/family relationship, some hot guys and of course the steamy romance. I highly recommend this book. You can pick up any Sarah Morgan book and it will not disappoint, EVER. It would always make you feel fuzzy and warm inside.

And the only reason why this is not a perfect 5-Moon is the plot line? I feel like I have read a lot of Sarah Morgan books that I already know the dynamics of every love story that she writes. But even so, I still enjoy the books. I just think the plots are not that unique.

That is all for this review. I hope you guys would check out this book.

Until next time!



A reader who becomes a villain, a queen, a princess, a heroine, and a warrior depends on the story that she reads. A dreamer who wishes to dwell in the world that she visited through the pages of her book. A frustrated blogger who wishes to put into words the frustration, boredom, and excitement that she felt throughout her many journeys outside the real world.

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