Summer Nights by Jill Sanders
Zoey Rowlett knows putting her savings into a run-down summer camp is risky. But River Camp has sentimental value—it’s where she met her best friends and coinvestors. Their plan is to turn the Florida camp into a sexy retreat for wealthy snowbirds looking for love, and if Zoey finds love, too, that would be just fine.
Dylan Rhodes and his brothers are on a secret mission to find their father. He’s absconded with a large sum of money, and Dylan thinks he might be buzzing around this wild new summer camp. Hoping for answers, Dylan takes a job at the camp. But every time he sees Zoey, he forgets what he’s looking for.
Zoey and Dylan have a lot on their plates already, but all they want to do is devour each other. Can Dylan keep his eyes off Zoey’s bikini and stay focused? And can Zoey keep her hands off Dylan long enough to run the camp?
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Jill Sanders is the New York Times and USA Today bestselling author of the Pride Series, Secret Series, West Series, Grayton Series, Lucky Series, and Silver Cove romance novels. She continues to lure new readers in with her sweet and sexy stories. Her books are available in every English-speaking country and in audiobooks and have been translated into several languages.
Born as an identical twin to a large family, Sanders was raised in the Pacific Northwest and later relocated to Colorado for college and a successful IT career before discovering her talent as a writer. She now makes her home along the Emerald Coast in Florida, where she enjoys the beach, hiking, swimming, wine tasting, and—of course—writing. You can connect with Sanders on Facebook at http://fb.com/JillSandersBooks, on Twitter @JillMSanders, and on her website at http://JillSanders.com.
Zoey, her sister Scarlett, Hannah, Aubrey and Elle all met at a camp as teenagers which was owned and managed by Elle’s grandfather. They became fast friends and that friendship has seen them through all the ups and downs of their lives for the past ten years. When Elle’s grandfather passes away, she doesn’t want to sell the land the camp was on, so she and her friends combine their funds to open up River Camp to adults.
Dylan, Owen and Liam decide to apply for jobs at the camp, but they have an ulterior motive for being there. Zoey and Dylan both have an athletic past so they are required to work together to arrange activities for the guests and as they spend time together the lines between personal and professional not only get blurred but so do the loyalties they feel for each other and those they love.
This is the first book in a new series and I am looking forward to the stories of the other characters as well as this story does have a happy ever after but it does leave some aspects of the plot unresolved.