Summer at Enid’s by Britt Laux

Rating: 5 out of 5.

What I Loved: This book’s story was so simple and beautiful. I loved the relationships between each of the characters and I found myself stepping back and thinking about the relationships I have with my own family while reading. Britt Laux’s writing was so real, I was attached to each character quite quickly. Enid was especially touching, you fall in love with her on page 2 and she stays with your heart the whole way through.

How I Felt: This was a beautifully written story. I was drawn in from the first chapter with meeting of the first two characters. The book moved along at a fairly fast pace, not lingering too long on each scene, however, I felt as if I had spent the entire summer with this group, not just two days.

To Read or Not To Read: This is a great book for any readers that enjoy a love story, books about family relationships, and adorable grandmas that are feisty and amazing!

Lydia’s just quit her job and broken off her engagement. She’s heading to her grandmother Enid’s country home for some rest and time to escape.

Weston was taken on caretaker of Enid’s estate two years ago and has become like family to Enid. She accepted his past and has helped him to find how strong he is. The addition of Lydia into his daily routine has caused him some discomfort. She’s cute, but grumpy and he hasn’t quite worked out his feelings yet.

Enid is a ninety-something feisty woman who is full of love and hope and spunk. She’s determined to steer Lydia to the path of her future, whether Lydia sees it or not.

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This ARC was provided to me by the author in exchange for my honest review.

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