Summer at Sunset
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Summer at Sunset

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***The long-awaited sequel to Beth Labonte’s novel - Summer at Sea!***

“Mom! Dad! They’re here!” yells Graham, in a voice loud enough to wake all the residents of Sunset Havens who have died over the past fifty years. Now John and Babette are running down the driveway and everybody is hugging and shaking hands and The Duffle is being unloaded from the trunk like a coffin from a hearse, and it’s all really happening now. I take a deep breath and watch everybody file into the house from the safety of the driveway. The front door shuts with a satisfying thud. I stand there alone for a good minute and a half, relishing the fact that they are all in there and I am alone out here. Maybe I should make a run for it. I could steal a golf cart and be at the airport in, like, three days.


For Summer Hartwell, holding her and Graham’s wedding a thousand miles from home seemed like a good idea. Even if it is at a retirement community. How else could she avoid planning the wedding with her neurotic, anxiety-ridden mother? But with one week left to go and Summer’s parents arriving on the scene, things begin to quickly unravel. Between the swingers parties, the Viagra jokes, and the copious amount of alcohol, Summer’s not so sure her parents will make it out of there alive. Then there’s the matter of Graham being Grade A top choice meat to every woman over sixty-five, a few of whom Summer suspects of trying to sabotage the wedding!

Can Summer and Graham hold things together long enough to make it down the aisle?

Title:Summer at Sunset
Edition Language:English
ISBN:
Format Type:Kindle Edition
Number of Pages:254 pages

    Summer at Sunset Reviews

  • Kim Nguyen
    Dec 31, 2016

    A bit over the topGot to be a bit of a tedious read after awhile. Book seemed to try too hard to be entertaining, like trying to fit in every imaginable snafoo that could occur. First book in the seri...

  • Karen Tomsovic
    Jan 08, 2017

    Author Beth Labonte’s 2015 release, "Summer at Sea," was a thoroughly captivating romantic comedy about a lonely librarian cruising for a husband while at sea with her overprotective, neurotic paren...

  • Heather
    Jan 18, 2017

    Summer at Sunset is even funnier than the first book, Summer at Sea. I laughed so much. It’s a quick read and truly enjoyable brain candy. Mostly it’s told from Summer’s point of view in her won...