The Summer Deal by Jill Shalvis EPUB & PDF – eBook Details Online
- Authors: Jill Shalvis
- Publish Date: 2 Jun 2020
- Language: English
- Genre: Fiction, Thriller, Literature
- Format: PDF / EPUB
- Size: 2 MB
- Pages: 322
- Price: Free
- ISBN: 0063007118
Brynn Turner had always wanted to be the girl who had her
life together, but so far her talents hadn’t led her in that
direction—although not for lack of trying.
Mentally recapping the week she’d just endured, she let
out a stuttered breath. Okay, so her life skills needed some
serious work, but as far as she was concerned, that was Future
Brynn’s problem. Present Brynn had other things on her mind.
Like surviving the rest of the day.
With that goal in mind, she kept her eyes on the road, and
three hours and two 7-Eleven hot dogs after leaving Long
Beach in her rearview mirror, she pulled into Wildstone. The
place that reinvented itself many times over since it’d been an
1800s California wild, wild West town complete with wooden
sidewalks, saloons, haunted silver mines, and a brothel.
Sandwiched between the Pacific Ocean and green rolling hills
filled with wineries and ranches, Wildstone had once been her
favorite place on earth.
Parking in the driveway of her childhood home, she took a
minute. It’d been a decade since she’d lived here. She’d gone
off to attend college and to conquer the world, though only
one of those things had happened. She’d been back for visits,
but even that had been a while. Six months, in fact. She’d
stood in this very spot and had asked both of her well-meaning
moms to butt out of her life, saying that she knew what she
She’d had no idea what she was doing.
Note to self: You still don’t.
With a sigh, she pulled down her visor and glanced in the
mirror, hoping that a miracle had occurred and she’d see the
reflection of someone who had their shit together. Her hair was
knotted on top of her head with the string tie from her hoodie
because she’d lost her scrunchie.
She was wearing her old
glasses because she’d lost her newer pair. Her face was pale
and her eyes were puffy and red from a bad combo of crying
and not sleeping. She wore yoga pants that hadn’t seen a yoga
class since . . . well, ever, and in spite of being nearly thirty,
she had a big, fat zit on her chin.
In short, she looked about as far away from having her shit
together as she was from solving world hunger.
Knowing her moms—sweet and loving and nosy as hell—
were going to see right through her, she pawed through her
purse for a miracle. She found some lip gloss that she also
dabbed on each cheek for badly needed color. As a bonus, she
found two peanut M&Ms. Couldn’t waste those, could she?
She shook her purse looking for more, but nope, she was out
The theme of her life.
With a sigh, she once again met her own gaze in the
mirror. “Okay, here’s the drill. You’re okay. You’re good.
You’re happy to be home. You’re absolutely not crawling back
with your tail between your legs to admit to your moms that
they were right about Asshole Ashton.”
Swallowing hard, she got out of her hunk-o-junk and
grabbed her duffel bag and purse. She’d barely made it to the
porch before the front door was flung open and there stood her
moms in the doorway, some deep maternal instinct letting
them know their sole offspring was within smothering
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