Summer Nights

Summer Nights

An adult summer camp heats up quickly in this simmering romance from New York Times and USA Today bestselling author 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 snowbir...

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Summer Nights Reviews

  • Judy Tucker

    Summer Nights is a great summer read. It's about 5 girls who form a bond at summer camp and become life long friends. After the death of owner of the camp the girls decide to fix and reopen the camp. Interesting story developes as they go forward with their plans. You'll enjoy their struggles and love development along the way.

  • I Hrt Books

    I received an ARC copy for an honest review.

    Summer Nights by Jill Sanders

    ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ was Hot and full of Mystery!

    Synopsis- The Wildflowers, as the Call themselves, grew up at summer camp together. Many years pass and the wildflower girls bring their money together to rebuild the camp into a wealthy adult retreat! Zoey, one of the 5 wildflowers, hires 3 brothers to work at the camp. But when Zoey first sees Dylan, one of the brothers, her heart starts to race! Little does Zoey know that Dylan and his

    I received an ARC copy for an honest review.

    Summer Nights by Jill Sanders

    ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ was Hot and full of Mystery!

    Synopsis- The Wildflowers, as the Call themselves, grew up at summer camp together. Many years pass and the wildflower girls bring their money together to rebuild the camp into a wealthy adult retreat! Zoey, one of the 5 wildflowers, hires 3 brothers to work at the camp. But when Zoey first sees Dylan, one of the brothers, her heart starts to race! Little does Zoey know that Dylan and his brothers are searching the camp for clues to there missing father. Will Dylan be able to keep his eyes off Zoey long enough to find his dad?!

    Review- Sexy men, funny scenes, action snippets- what’s not to love?? I really enjoyed this book! I will definitely read the rest of the wildflower books when they are published! The last bit of the book had me on the edge of my seat, i was not expecting a crazy action scene! Zoey and Dylan are so cute together! So very cute!

  • Tracy Flick

    What a great new series by Jill Sanders. Summer Nights was nice romance that is filled with fun, laughs and suspense. Dylan and Zoey have an immediate attraction. It takes a bit to get through Zoey's wall and earn her trust, but when Dylan gets through sparks fly. I can't wait for the next book in this series.

  • Jen

    This was actually my first Jill Sanders read and I can't wait to read more from the Wildflowers series. "Summer Nights" kept me engaged and wanting to know more about Dylan and his family. I will say that I was disappointed that the whole mystery behind why Dylan and his brothers were at the summer camp wasn't actually solved in this book. My guess is the story will pick back up with the next book. Even though that was disappointing, the storyline was still one that was enjoyable.

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    This was actually my first Jill Sanders read and I can't wait to read more from the Wildflowers series. "Summer Nights" kept me engaged and wanting to know more about Dylan and his family. I will say that I was disappointed that the whole mystery behind why Dylan and his brothers were at the summer camp wasn't actually solved in this book. My guess is the story will pick back up with the next book. Even though that was disappointing, the storyline was still one that was enjoyable.

    I loved hearing about the Wildflowers and how they came to know each other at summer camp as kids. I loved that they were friends even though they didn't appear to have a lot in common at first and kept in touch over the years.

    It's not often that you like all of the secondary characters in a book, but I must say, I really loved the Rhodes brothers and the sisters of the Wildflowers clan. They all brought a unique personality to the table and were each memorable in their own way. That makes me look forward to them pairing up in future books. Now, the couples at the resort were another story. They sort of annoyed me given how brazen they were, but I guess the ladies got a kick out of it after a while.

    Dylan and Zoey were really cute together. Yes, they fell for each other pretty quickly and their relationship wasn't initially built on honesty, but they worked through that and gave each other a chance when others around them may have had their doubts. I loved that they were fiercely protective of the other. Zoey certainly surprised me there in a certain dangerous situation.

    I'll definitely continue reading the series after this one!

  • Jen

    This was actually my first Jill Sanders read and I can't wait to read more from the Wildflowers series. "Summer Nights" kept me engaged and wanting to know more about Dylan and his family. I will say that I was disappointed that the whole mystery behind why Dylan and his brothers were at the summer camp wasn't actually solved in this book. My guess is the story will pick back up with the next book. Even though that was disappointing, the storyline was still one that was enjoyable.

    I loved hearin

    This was actually my first Jill Sanders read and I can't wait to read more from the Wildflowers series. "Summer Nights" kept me engaged and wanting to know more about Dylan and his family. I will say that I was disappointed that the whole mystery behind why Dylan and his brothers were at the summer camp wasn't actually solved in this book. My guess is the story will pick back up with the next book. Even though that was disappointing, the storyline was still one that was enjoyable.

    I loved hearing about the Wildflowers and how they came to know each other at summer camp as kids. I loved that they were friends even though they didn't appear to have a lot in common at first and kept in touch over the years.

    It's not often that you like all of the secondary characters in a book, but I must say, I really loved the Rhodes brothers and the sisters of the Wildflowers clan. They all brought a unique personality to the table and were each memorable in their own way. That makes me look forward to them pairing up in future books. Now, the couples at the resort were another story. They sort of annoyed me given how brazen they were, but I guess the ladies got a kick out of it after a while.

    Dylan and Zoey were really cute together. Yes, they fell for each other pretty quickly and their relationship wasn't initially built on honesty, but they worked through that and gave each other a chance when others around them may have had their doubts. I loved that they were fiercely protective of the other. Zoey certainly surprised me there in a certain dangerous situation.

    I'll definitely continue reading the series after this one!

  • Sarah

    Summer Nights is a great start to Jill Sanders new Wildflowers series. I enjoyed this book. Even though there were definitely secrets between Dylan and Zoey, there was a strong connection between them and I love watching it grow into more. There were some laugh out loud moments throughout and some drama and upset but overall this was a very solid start to a series I look forward to reading more of.

  • Sarah

    I was given a copy of this book to read and review for Wicked Reads.

    This is a perfect summer read. A reinvented Florida summer camp provides a beautiful background for a story about the Wildflowers, a group of women who became lifelong best friends when they met at summer camp as children. The five Wildflowers are resilient and this first book follows their first efforts to build a business they can all be proud of.

    The first story focuses on Zoey. Zoey is the athlete, the tomboy whose difficul

    I was given a copy of this book to read and review for Wicked Reads.

    This is a perfect summer read. A reinvented Florida summer camp provides a beautiful background for a story about the Wildflowers, a group of women who became lifelong best friends when they met at summer camp as children. The five Wildflowers are resilient and this first book follows their first efforts to build a business they can all be proud of.

    The first story focuses on Zoey. Zoey is the athlete, the tomboy whose difficult childhood has left her unable to trust. Adult Zoey is strong and full of grit and determination. As the oldest sister, she feels responsible for her sister and her mum. I love the way Zoey’s confidence improves as the camp starts to take shape and I love the way she makes Dylan work for her attention.

    Dylan is a bit of a mystery. He and his brothers are a bit too good to be true and while we get hints about his identity and his reasons for wanting to work at a summer camp, we don’t know too much about Dylan until the end of the story. Like Zoey, I was slightly wary of Dylan, but I couldn’t help liking him. He’s gorgeous and charming and a worthy leading man.

    I love the mix of humour and adventure in this story. The first campers are an interesting bunch and the Wildflowers’ responses to their unexpected activities kept making me laugh. A central mystery unfolds in this first book and I’m guessing it will continue over the series. I love the unlikely mix of women in the Wildflowers and I love the sense of enduring sisterhood they share. The romance between Zoey and Dylan is a relatively small part of the story and I really love the way this book introduces a wonderful mix of characters and relationships that I’m sure will be explored throughout the series. This is a perfect nostalgic summer holiday read and I can imagine it would be best enjoyed in a quiet place on a warm summer evening.

  • Ruthie Taylor

    ~~I received a free copy of this book to read and review for Wicked Reads ~~

    This is the first book in a new series, and I am already looking forward to the future books being released! Introducing us to the five women from when they first meet at summer camp, then jumping to now, as they start to run the resort for adults, gives us a very intimate view of them all, but leaves plenty to be revealed organically through the story.

    Whilst this book concentrates on ex-Olympic athlete, Zoey, we get s

    ~~I received a free copy of this book to read and review for Wicked Reads ~~

    This is the first book in a new series, and I am already looking forward to the future books being released! Introducing us to the five women from when they first meet at summer camp, then jumping to now, as they start to run the resort for adults, gives us a very intimate view of them all, but leaves plenty to be revealed organically through the story.

    Whilst this book concentrates on ex-Olympic athlete, Zoey, we get some interesting insight into each of the "Wildflowers" as they take their roles in the camp. Zoey is immediately attracted to Dylan, one of three brothers who have joined the camp team. She and her sister did not have an easy childhood, thanks to a father who walked away and left them destitute. This has left her very skeptical about love, and not trusting of men - Dylan realises how deep that fear is, and as he starts to fall for her, he has to balance the need to be honest and open with her, and keeping his identity ad reason for being at the camp secret. I think that the writing does this beautifully, and I love that he is true to himself, and commits himself to what he hopes is his future, rather than risking losing Zoey and the chance of love.

    The camp residents provide us with some lovely humour, especially the Youngs ;-), some of the staff provide some drama, and when Zoey and Scarlett's mother moves in and clearly has a potential suitor, we even get a hint of at least an HFN in the pipeline.

    There is even a mystery that will need solving, and I hope as the stories move forward, we will understand how Leo ties the brothers and the Wildflowers together. There is plenty of potential for more romance at River Camp.

  • Anna

    Thanks to author for providing this copy through Netgalley.

    Romance story with a lot of twists and suspense. Although the main suspense line isn't developed here, it's first book in series, I think author will be continuing later.

    I didn't like main characters at all.

    Relationship based on lies isn't good.

    Hero was telling half truths, lies all the way. Heroine just kept forgiven him. She tried to play it cool but failed.

    Safe read, no cheating, no OP scenes.

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