Sun On Sundays By: Wendy Lou Jones
"Sun on Sundays is an emotionally compelling tale of family and friendship and hope.
Carrie-Ann is 19 and in love with Tom; she always has been, yet their worlds only touch every other weekend. She had thought that by agreeing to work on Nutt Hill she would get see him far more. Unfortunately that didn’t seem to be the case.
But Maggie is a sucker for young love and despite Carrie-Ann keeping her years of yearning close to her chest, one day Tom turns up on the hill.
Will he ever see her the way she wants to be seen?
Sometimes these things need a helping hand...
This is the second Echoes of Nutt Hill novel."
This was quite a romance about Carrie Ann and Tom's life who both seemed to have a big problem with 'self confidence.' It seems like neither one of these two actually spoke and listened well to each other and even those around them often did not share, therefore there will be many conflicts that will present many twist and turns in this read. To learn that Carrie Ann has loved Tom since early childhood and he had no idea gives this novel quite one interesting read. What all will come out for these Carrie Ann and Tom before we get to the end will keep the reader turning pages to see what will happen next. I will say I did find the read a little predictable but still a good read that will keep your interest.
Will the love these two have for each other prevail in the end as the mistakes are brought out for these two? I found this novel was a sweet read with some very interesting secondary characters that kept this read right on target giving the reader a good read. I don't want to spoil too much other than say to find out what all goes on in this novel... 'Sun On Sundays' you will have to pick up this captivating intriguing romance to see if Carrie Ann and Tom will get there HEA in the end.
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