When a new Mary Kay Andrews’ book comes out, everyone knows that summer is just around the corner. This year the book’s title, Hello, Summer, says it all.
Conley wiped the dirt from her small Florida hometown off her shoes and eventually became a Pulitzer-prize nominated investigative journalist. She’s about to start her dream job in Washington D.C. when the company suddenly closes down. Bereft and with nowhere to go, she returns to her grandmother’s home in coastal Silver Bay, Florida. There she finds family, old friends and intrigue.
Even though where I live all the beaches are closed down for the pandemic, I still couldn’t wait to slather on the sunscreen, lay outside, and read this picture-perfect beach read. Hello, Summer’s got family drama, southern charm, a murder mystery, and a bit of romance. Everything you want for a light read. 4 stars!
Thanks to St. Martin’s Press and NetGalley for a copy in exchange for my honest review.