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Read this Next:. Thanks to our Sponsors. View all 10 comments. There just wasn't anything specifically special about either.

And I kind of expect special from Brayden and special from Jae. It's unfair of me, I know, but. She ends up entangled with another woman and they have something of a relationship.

But then some of the steps I expected to have happen. ETA: part of that 'messed up my paragraph' was the part where I wanted to emphasis that Maggie was a lesbian, while Courtney just 'was', she doesn't like labels, though, boiled down, Maggie 'labels her' as a bisexual since Courtney lusts after who she lusts after, regardless of gender, and Maggie sees that as bisexual.

Book opens with a prologue. So somewhere around in the Now years. Bad situation all around — the two had dated when they were even younger than they are now and it ended badly.

In terms of characters and growth. Wow, this is a bunch of stream of conscious gibberish. Rating: 3. View all 4 comments. Nov 22, Julia rated it liked it Shelves: lesbian-romance , bisexual-character , ff , businesswomen , read-in , high-school , arcs , small-towns.

Trust me when I say that it pains me to give this the lowest rating of all the other Melissa Brayden books I've read.

This isn't bad , but Brayen isn't the most popular writers amongst lesbian romance readers for writing "decent" books. She writes the kind of book that you never want to put down and they leave you feeling all warm and fuzzy afterwards.

So this was a little disappointing, especially coming after a killer like First Position. Brayden tends to follow a similar formula in all of Ouch.

Brayden tends to follow a similar formula in all of her books. Because of the whole flashback thing, this one deviates a little from that formula, but that made it more similar to Brayden's debut novel, Waiting in the Wings.

That was unfortunate, because I happen to love Waiting In The Wings a little too much, flaws and all, and I just didn't love this one.

In WITW, the time jump is unexpected. They have a short-term relationship and then suddenly it's over and a lot of time passed and the book focuses on them meeting again and rebuilding that relationship after so long.

Here, from the first chapter we already know things ended badly between Maggie and Courtney, but then the book spends a whole lot of time telling us their story from the beginning.

This format is tricky because it's hard to get too invested in that story when we're always waiting for the tragic breakup to happen, and this is what really ruined the book for me.

This was also told in first-person, which I didn't mind at all in WITW, and that brings me to my biggest problem with this book: I found Maggie boring.

Not because she's a small town farm girl or whatever. I think the worst was her narration. The girls were in high school when they met, which means Brayden ventured into YA territory here, and I'm admittedly not a fan of small town romances in general but Brayden did that too in How Sweet It Is and Molly wasn't like this.

The similarities between this and WITW don't end there. Courtney, like Adrienne, had family issues and therefore expected her love interest to prioritize her and show her that she mattered.

The major breakup reason in both books was pretty much the same. There were still some really great scenes, but overall, the truth is I was unimpressed.

I hate to sound so harsh, but as someone who loves Brayden's work, I just expected better. View all 7 comments.

Jul 29, Shark rated it it was amazing Shelves: five-stars , all-time-favorites. I've been a bit on the Brayden binge lately and out of 6 books by this author, this one is by far the absolute best.

The Good: - How about a small town romance that has elements of high school romance, tragedy and grown up angst and stifle all in one?

The plot should be convoluted since so many different things happen with stories within stories developing that involve the leads and their families and friends, but somehow it all comes together organically, flowing seamlessly from one page to anot I've been a bit on the Brayden binge lately and out of 6 books by this author, this one is by far the absolute best.

The plot should be convoluted since so many different things happen with stories within stories developing that involve the leads and their families and friends, but somehow it all comes together organically, flowing seamlessly from one page to another.

Maggie and Courtney are just so huggable and lovable and you want to spend all the time with these two.

Apart - they are simply beautiful people, together - they're an amazing couple. I read somewhere that Ms.

Brayden didn't ever live in a small town? And fine, okay, so it is romanticized, of course, but it's such a sweet place to visit on a book page.

The Bad: - there's hardly any? Do you cry at books? Not at the beauty of the romance, but at some tragic or painful moments for the leads?

I do and there are several of these instances in the book and so I cried here. It's not a bad thing necessarily, it's not a gimmicky story-line, it feels again, organic, but at times the book gets you in the sad feels.

Yeah, some of the "small town too open-minded folk" were grating a bit. The Special: - I cried, I laughed and had tones of "Aww" moments during this book and I inhaled it in one afternoon and really didn't want it to end.

It's special indeed. Shelves: bold-strokes-books , angst , lesbian-romance , net-galley , favourites , erotic-romance.

This is the first book I've read by Melissa Brayden so I had no idea what to expect. With that said, I didn't expect it to blow me out of the ballpark.

The story starts in present day and then back tracks to the time the two heroines were in school. Some might say that means this story fits into the YA category.

However, I'm loathe to say such as I am not a fan of YA stories, yet I reveled in every little glimpse I got into the lives of these characters.

I do 5, Fan-freakn-tastic, big fat stars!! I don't want to give a single thing away about the plot, because I want other readers to experience things firsthand.

What I will say is - it made me smile, it made me cry, it made me angry, it made me happy, and finally it left me emotionally fulfilled. View 2 comments.

Apr 20, Heather K dentist in my spare time rated it it was ok Shelves: read-to-review-arc , losing-the-v-card , net-galley , serious-tone , contemporary , romance , everyone-else-loves-it , bisexuals-pansexuals , f-f.

However, I found the story to have a lot of flaws that really detracted from my enjoyment. I've read over half a dozen lesbian romances, and I haven't been enthralled by any of them.

I'm not sure if the problem is me or my expectations, but I had a lot of hopes riding on Strawberry Summer. The story is told in an interesting format.

We meet the two MCs in the present There is a lot of tension between them, and we just know that some ish went down in the past.

Then, the story hops back a number of years and we get to see how things began and where things went sideways. I'll admit, this isn't my favorite way of telling a story.

There kept being these foreshadowing lines and dialogue that I knew would come back to haunt the MCs, and we as readers had to keep guessing if this was the convo or chapter when things would go horribly awry.

That feeling of impending doom made it hard for me to engage in the story. I kept waiting for the other shoe to drop. Also, I like my stories to have a lot of buildup before the MCs get together.

Here, they are together very soon after they meet, and then we sort of get the narrative of the ups and downs of their relationship.

My personal taste is more of a slow burn, but that isn't what this book is about. However, my main issue was that I found Maggie to be really dull as a main character.

She didn't captivate me, and I had a hard time seeing her appeal. I get why Courtney was more enticing, but I felt like Maggie was lackluster and underdeveloped.

Overall, though I liked the small town setting and the second-chance romance, I had a really hard time engaging with this one.

My expectations were really high based on glowing reviews and a lovely cover, but they weren't quite met. View all 11 comments. Feb 28, Tiff rated it really liked it Shelves: 4-stars , breakup-then-makeup , reads , flashbacks-alternate-timelines , family-involvement-family-issues , angst , first-love , coming-back-home , agriculture-farming-ranching.

Melissa Brayden is to me one of the very best writers in the lesbian romance genre. She has set a very high standard, you know like Mount Everest high.

Each and every book a met or surpassed the quality and awesomeness of the previous book. There is a but!

With that being said Strawberry Summer is not my favorite of hers. Strawberry Su Melissa Brayden is to me one of the very best writers in the lesbian romance genre.

Strawberry Summer spends a lot of the story in a flashback. When we meet the two main characters Courtney Carrington has just moved from Chicago to a small picturesque farming community just outside of Santa Barbara.

The first day at her new high school, she meets and has her a-ha moment with Margaret Beringer. Margaret is kind of a loner, not unpopular, just keeps to her small group on the fray of popularity.

This is a story of first loves in a star-crossed lover kind of way. There inlays one big issue. You know as the reader a shoe is going to drop, you are waiting for it the whole time.

So there many stories that have done this exact same format and have done it very well. Poppy Jenkins is probably the biggest standout, At Seventeen by Gerri Hill did this format very well too.

You just keep waiting for the younger days to be over and get to the now. Well, at least I did. The other issues. Up until know, you had amazing witty banter and wordplay.

I was missing it, I wanted it back! I also wanted that amazing tension Brayden is the queen of ratcheting up.

Again, not there! So much of the book was in the past, I just kept wishing more of it would have been focused on the present.

There are good moments too. Moments that are so sweet you smile and moments so tragic your heart breaks. Overall it is a good book, it really is.

There are going to be people that adore this one, promise. To me, this one was somewhat, formula wise, reminiscent of Waiting in the Wings, but without the tension and amazing interchange between characters.

Even the supporting cast was cute but lackluster. It is a good book, I totally promise. View all 8 comments. When you fall in love with a book and just don't want it to end This is Strawberry Summer!

When the first line in a book is "Courtney Carrington was the last person on Earth I wanted to see. But I knew that anyway because I was reading a book by Melissa Brayden!

Can she actually write an inferior or second-rate novel? My answer is a categorical 'no'. The standard at which she writes is why she is up there with the great Lesbian Fiction Authors of this decade and When you fall in love with a book and just don't want it to end The standard at which she writes is why she is up there with the great Lesbian Fiction Authors of this decade and because her writing is impeccable but also her stories draw you in and make you feel like you're a part of them.

In a way her characters dance to her rhythm while we clap to the beat Maggie is quiet, reserved and tends to keep to herself at school, that is until Courtney walks into her classroom and her world changes.

Courtney and Maggie set off on a romantic journey that guides them through many years of love and sometimes sadness but with the ultimate goal of happiness But can it be with each other?

Melissa wrote this novel in the first person narrative and there are only a few novels that I enjoy that are.

This is one of those novels and now that I've read it I don't think it could be written any other way. Plus did you see the cover?

It's one of my favourite covers to date! The chemistry that is written between these two characters is palpable and the relationship had the 'meant to be' quality throughout.

I normally favour one main protagonist over another but in this novel I loved them both as a couple, as friends and as lovers. They both clicked together and, for lack of a better expression, completed each other.

There are many things I love about this novel and I could pin point them all but I really don't want to give any spoilers if I can avoid it because I wouldn't mind rereading this again with fresh eyes to relive the excitement of the not knowing what's coming next.

But here are a few little things Firstly I want to mention that Melissa takes us back in time to the friendship and love Maggie and Courtney found as young adults.

Now flashbacks can sometimes be a little much in some novels but when you get it right it works in a way that adds a counter balance to the story and gives us as readers more relatable protagonists because we've all been there.

This book certainly took me back to my first crush on a girl. The feelings that you didn't know what to do with and the looks at each other wondering are they thinking the same thing but in reality knowing it could never happen because you're gay and haven't told a soul yet!

These are the moments I rarely reflect on but as I'm reading this book I'm wondering why I don't Anyway I digress Melissa has gone a step further because giving us the knowledge of the past has intensified the hurt but also the love these two protagonists feel.

This novel left me feeling very emotional wrung out but in a wonderful way by the end because I was feeling the emotions along with the protagonist the whole time I was reading.

Also the secondary characters were written extremely well and I can't see this story being as good without them. They added levity, love and moments that I thought my heart would burst with adoration.

But also their friends gave insight into Maggie and Courtney by asking probing questions that would otherwise gone unanswered.

There is a chapter in the book were Maggie asks for her brothers advice on dating a girl and they are interrupted by their parents. Lastly I liked how there were no major homophobic plots played throughout the book.

It was extremely refreshing that this young couple could just be without the added stigma. Also I love that Melissa wrote a character that doesn't except labels about herself and her sexuality!

I was mentally high fiving her when reading that section. I would love for this to become a series of books surrounding the town because I don't think I'm ready for it to be over but this is true with many of Melissa Books.

So if you love lesbian romance fiction this is definitely the book for you as It hits all the right buttons and keeps you wanting more A beautifully written, 5 stars.

View all 6 comments. If there is one book I would love to hug and never let go, it'll be Strawberry Summer by Brayden. Yes, my GR account hasn't been hijacked.

This is me, Farah Ibrahim, reviewing and rating a Melissa Brayden's book with nothing but pure love. The characters are imperfect and flawed, yet completely and utterly lovable.

If you desire only a happy story that leads seamlessly into a perfect relationship, consider looking elsewhere for your next read. However, I can almost guarantee that you'll fall hard If there is one book I would love to hug and never let go, it'll be Strawberry Summer by Brayden.

However, I can almost guarantee that you'll fall hard for this incredible cast of characters and that this book will stay with you long after reading.

It does everything BUT disappoints. The things I love about Maggie is, she is fragile in some ways, but absolutely tough as nails in others.

She isn't helpless or frail, despite a part of her soul being broken. She is strong, intelligent, witty, perceptive and although she makes choices that people around her don't understand, they are her choices to make.

She is sad and angry, dealing with a tragic act of random cruelty that takes her away from her soulmate and dreams. So she copes with it in the best way she knows how, by doing what feels right to her, not what anyone else wanted her to do.

I love that about her. Courtney is a great character. Sociable yet a bit of a loner, but deeply understanding, caring and protective.

Once she has given her heart to someone, you know that you'll have it for life and death even. Maggie gives Courtney a safe zone to be herself.

The real her. The one she feels she has to hide from the world. Giving her the space and security of being able to share exactly as much or as little of herself as she wanted.

No judgments. No questions. No obligations. I'm utterly floored by this author's ability to move me so dramatically with words. My favorite part of this book is the way past events were interwoven with the present day and how they affected the characters.

I find these passages are filled with innocence, hope, lost youth love, impossible situations and, most importantly, the power of best friends so beautiful and captivating.

I bought the audio ages ago, if you listen to the samples of her other books, you'll be thanking God again and again that Paige McKinney read this instead of The Soho Series' narrator.

This is one of the best Lesbian romance ever, I love Turbulence by Noyes but now, it has a worthy competitor. Btw, Brayden unintentionally or intentionally mentioned two movies when Courtney and Maggie were having their first date.

Can you guess what they are? May 28, Pam Holzner rated it it was amazing Shelves: romance. The first time I listened to this, I really hated the narrator.

But on a re-listen, I completely fell and love and this has become one of my all time favorites. So much so that I have a bit of trouble now listening to Page McKinney read anything else!

The book never fails to please me. I especially enjoy revisiting the tension in the present day plot. I love Maggie's unique and sarcastic voice and who isn't a little bit in love with Courtney?

But what is with Brayden making her characters visit gr The first time I listened to this, I really hated the narrator.

But what is with Brayden making her characters visit graveyards to talk to dead people before being able to more forward? I was ok with it in How Sweet It Is but it feels like a but of "reuse" here.

Should I just be pleased that there were no graveyards in the Soho or the beach stories? This story starts in the present that jumps back in time and runs us forward to the breakup before we again join the present to work out what will happen.

Clarke's story alternates between the time frames the whole way through. And Clarke doesn't have the whole "I talk to dead people" which continues to irritate me I was ok with it in one book, but then, give it up.

I continue to be impressed with Brayden. I'm also thinking that it's harder to write a single narrator 1st person point of view story than one with a 3rd party narrator.

I loved knowing that Maggie was still in love with Courtney even as she was telling herself and her friends that she had it "under control.

And to our brains, characters are people too. Apr 18, Cristina rated it it was amazing Shelves: family , coming-out , young-adult , favorites , college , small-town , business-corporate , I love romance novels and in particular I love Melissa Brayden novels.

In my opinion she is the queen of lesbian romance because she knows how to create an incredible pace between the romance and the characters.

My opinion: this is a five star book, as she creates a young adult book full of attraction, first love, drama, obstacles, bad father, etc.

The three first I love romance novels and in particular I love Melissa Brayden novels. The three first parts of the book there is a flashback where Maggie, one of the main characters, tells us about her cute story with Courtney.

The last part is told in present when they are adults, and they must deal with all the mistakes of the past. I am really not liking audio books.

I keep trying. And I keep getting annoyed at the odd voices and incorrect tone. In this one, Courtney sounded like a butch pothead. Maggie sounded like a flighty blonde.

And there is nothing sexy about any of the dialogue during intimate scenes because it is like Courtney is falling asleep despite Maggie's cheer leading level declarations.

Despite all of that, the book was excellent. Right to the favorites shelf. This felt like an epic tale as it covers quite I am really not liking audio books.

This felt like an epic tale as it covers quite a bit of time. There are a lot of life events that happen. I cried several times.

There are always some things that annoy me in books and I just have to get beyond them. I'm happy to report that this book did not have anything like that to put me off at all.

I would have liked to have seen Melanie get a true love. I recommend this to people who like to read about romance, forbidden romance, high school, coming out, first love, farm life, small towns, and Abraham Lincoln.

Jul 03, Natalia rated it really liked it Shelves: contemporary , lgbt. I was really pleasantly surprised with this book, it was really good, entertaining and fun.

The story starts in the present, when the main characters are not together, then it goes back to the past and tells the whole story from the start.

The book is set in a really long interval of time and you are really able to see how the characters grow up and develop.

Also the large time span helps you sympathize with the characters. I really liked the main characters. They both tried to be independent and I loved that they both had goals.

Especially Maggie was a great character on her own, I loved seeing her grow up. At the beginning of the book she was self conscious and shy, but by the end she was amazing and confident.

The romance story was amazing. I love Maggie and Courtney! They were really cute and hated when they broke up. Over the course of the whole book you get to see how they meet, fall in love, break up, grow up, get back together, fight for each other.

Maggie is a very endearing protagonist and she easily wins you over from the first page. She is still pretty young when she meets Courtney in class when she moves into Maggie started to develop a crush on her.

Everything about this feels incredibly realistic. Years pass and the relationship continues whenever Courtney returns to town and they start dating for real.

They are so soft together it made my heart jolt in my chest I loved it. The main reason why I gave it four stars was because after a tragic event happened in the book something happens between Maggie and Courtney which kind of annoyed me.

Still the ending of this book was enough to bring out a huge grin on my face. This was a great experience and I plan to read more of Melissa Brayden 's books in the future.

This was such a beautiful book. I found it on sale on Audible and bought it as it was the only lesbian book in said sale. What a find.

I was a little worried when it opened up with such angst it looks like a beach read, a fun summer book to read while drinking umbrella drinks and then flashed back, however I absolutely loved this format.

It was almost two books in one, the early years and adulthood. Margaret "Maggie" Beringer lives on a strawberry farm with her parents and older brother.

A few This was such a beautiful book. A few days before the end of school one year, a new girl strolls into town and into her class and changes her life forever, Courtney Carrington.

This story transcends time, relationships, and tragedies. While I'm usually not a fan of time-span books, I loved how I was able to see the characters as they age and change due to circumstances in their lives and how they find their way back to one another.

I can't say that there weren't sad parts, but life isn't without bouts of sadness, so neither should fiction be. View all 3 comments.

Minus 0. See below why. It's not technically told in flashback as it does follow a straight so to speak :- timeline. The book is told in first person - by Margaret aka Maggie.

She is a native to the small CA town and her family owns one if not the largest Strawberry farm in the area. Courtney is the heiress to a department store chain who moves to her father's hometown where he has built a new store.

We meet them when they are juniors in High School. I really enjoyed the book, but I want to think it might have been a 5 star book if not for the narration.

Oh she wasn't a horrible narrator overall, it was just her choices for Maggie's speaking voice. Maggie's thoughts are in a pleasant adult voice but talks in a very juvenile, high speaking voice.

I thought - oh good they are now in college - maybe now she will deepen Maggie's voice. But no. It's even more annoying to hear an adult with this voice.

Especially since she has given Courtney a low sexy voice. Maggie's reactions sometimes sound like a teenager. I couldn't help thinking - why would Courtney find this attractive?

However all the other voices she does are well done - which made Maggie's glaringly more annoying. I'll definitely re-read this book, but read it myself next time.

In spite of the narration - I liked the book and loved Brayden's side characters. All are so well done. And even Travis.

I also loved their loving family life. Reminds me of my nephew's family. Boyfriends and girlfriends must survive this gauntlet.

As the now infamous quote from my niece will attest - standing on her chair yelling when her teammates lost focus I have always considered Melissa Brayden books very interesting.

Her protagonists are nice, likeable, smart, funny, both individually and as a couple. Their stories are sweet and romantic, with all the ingredients for an entertaining and easy read.

And this one has not disappointed me at all. More than half the book is mostly YA themed, the narration is in first person from Margaret point of view, with a first chapter of the present and then starts the story of a high school first love in a rura I have always considered Melissa Brayden books very interesting.

More than half the book is mostly YA themed, the narration is in first person from Margaret point of view, with a first chapter of the present and then starts the story of a high school first love in a rural ambience.

I can't really decide between Margaret and Courtney as my favorite one. Both must go through a few difficult paths along the story. But both have a spirit so happy and joyful that, except in the saddest parts, led you through the book leaving you with a very pleasing feeling.

So for me this is a sweet heartwarming romance and I have liked very much Sometimes it is safer to read a book with your eyes and not listen to it for the first time in audiobook format.

When you read a novel, your imagination fills in the visuals and the voices of the characters. You are not influenced in any way by the interpretations of others.

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Sign up for the Weekly Reader:. Now flashbacks can sometimes be a little much in some novels but when you get it right it works in a way that adds a counter balance to the story and gives us as readers more relatable protagonists because we've all been there.

This book certainly took me back to my first crush on a girl. The feelings that you didn't know what to do with and the looks at each other wondering are they thinking the same thing but in reality knowing it could never happen because you're gay and haven't told a soul yet!

These are the moments I rarely reflect on but as I'm reading this book I'm wondering why I don't Anyway I digress Melissa has gone a step further because giving us the knowledge of the past has intensified the hurt but also the love these two protagonists feel.

This novel left me feeling very emotional wrung out but in a wonderful way by the end because I was feeling the emotions along with the protagonist the whole time I was reading.

Also the secondary characters were written extremely well and I can't see this story being as good without them. They added levity, love and moments that I thought my heart would burst with adoration.

But also their friends gave insight into Maggie and Courtney by asking probing questions that would otherwise gone unanswered. There is a chapter in the book were Maggie asks for her brothers advice on dating a girl and they are interrupted by their parents.

Lastly I liked how there were no major homophobic plots played throughout the book. It was extremely refreshing that this young couple could just be without the added stigma.

Also I love that Melissa wrote a character that doesn't except labels about herself and her sexuality! I was mentally high fiving her when reading that section.

I would love for this to become a series of books surrounding the town because I don't think I'm ready for it to be over but this is true with many of Melissa Books.

So if you love lesbian romance fiction this is definitely the book for you as It hits all the right buttons and keeps you wanting more A beautifully written, 5 stars.

View all 6 comments. If there is one book I would love to hug and never let go, it'll be Strawberry Summer by Brayden.

Yes, my GR account hasn't been hijacked. This is me, Farah Ibrahim, reviewing and rating a Melissa Brayden's book with nothing but pure love.

The characters are imperfect and flawed, yet completely and utterly lovable. If you desire only a happy story that leads seamlessly into a perfect relationship, consider looking elsewhere for your next read.

However, I can almost guarantee that you'll fall hard If there is one book I would love to hug and never let go, it'll be Strawberry Summer by Brayden.

However, I can almost guarantee that you'll fall hard for this incredible cast of characters and that this book will stay with you long after reading.

It does everything BUT disappoints. The things I love about Maggie is, she is fragile in some ways, but absolutely tough as nails in others.

She isn't helpless or frail, despite a part of her soul being broken. She is strong, intelligent, witty, perceptive and although she makes choices that people around her don't understand, they are her choices to make.

She is sad and angry, dealing with a tragic act of random cruelty that takes her away from her soulmate and dreams. So she copes with it in the best way she knows how, by doing what feels right to her, not what anyone else wanted her to do.

I love that about her. Courtney is a great character. Sociable yet a bit of a loner, but deeply understanding, caring and protective. Once she has given her heart to someone, you know that you'll have it for life and death even.

Maggie gives Courtney a safe zone to be herself. The real her. The one she feels she has to hide from the world. Giving her the space and security of being able to share exactly as much or as little of herself as she wanted.

No judgments. No questions. No obligations. I'm utterly floored by this author's ability to move me so dramatically with words. My favorite part of this book is the way past events were interwoven with the present day and how they affected the characters.

I find these passages are filled with innocence, hope, lost youth love, impossible situations and, most importantly, the power of best friends so beautiful and captivating.

I bought the audio ages ago, if you listen to the samples of her other books, you'll be thanking God again and again that Paige McKinney read this instead of The Soho Series' narrator.

This is one of the best Lesbian romance ever, I love Turbulence by Noyes but now, it has a worthy competitor. Btw, Brayden unintentionally or intentionally mentioned two movies when Courtney and Maggie were having their first date.

Can you guess what they are? May 28, Pam Holzner rated it it was amazing Shelves: romance. The first time I listened to this, I really hated the narrator.

But on a re-listen, I completely fell and love and this has become one of my all time favorites. So much so that I have a bit of trouble now listening to Page McKinney read anything else!

The book never fails to please me. I especially enjoy revisiting the tension in the present day plot. I love Maggie's unique and sarcastic voice and who isn't a little bit in love with Courtney?

But what is with Brayden making her characters visit gr The first time I listened to this, I really hated the narrator. But what is with Brayden making her characters visit graveyards to talk to dead people before being able to more forward?

I was ok with it in How Sweet It Is but it feels like a but of "reuse" here. Should I just be pleased that there were no graveyards in the Soho or the beach stories?

This story starts in the present that jumps back in time and runs us forward to the breakup before we again join the present to work out what will happen.

Clarke's story alternates between the time frames the whole way through. And Clarke doesn't have the whole "I talk to dead people" which continues to irritate me I was ok with it in one book, but then, give it up.

I continue to be impressed with Brayden. I'm also thinking that it's harder to write a single narrator 1st person point of view story than one with a 3rd party narrator.

I loved knowing that Maggie was still in love with Courtney even as she was telling herself and her friends that she had it "under control. And to our brains, characters are people too.

Apr 18, Cristina rated it it was amazing Shelves: family , coming-out , young-adult , favorites , college , small-town , business-corporate , I love romance novels and in particular I love Melissa Brayden novels.

In my opinion she is the queen of lesbian romance because she knows how to create an incredible pace between the romance and the characters. My opinion: this is a five star book, as she creates a young adult book full of attraction, first love, drama, obstacles, bad father, etc.

The three first I love romance novels and in particular I love Melissa Brayden novels. The three first parts of the book there is a flashback where Maggie, one of the main characters, tells us about her cute story with Courtney.

The last part is told in present when they are adults, and they must deal with all the mistakes of the past. I am really not liking audio books.

I keep trying. And I keep getting annoyed at the odd voices and incorrect tone. In this one, Courtney sounded like a butch pothead.

Maggie sounded like a flighty blonde. And there is nothing sexy about any of the dialogue during intimate scenes because it is like Courtney is falling asleep despite Maggie's cheer leading level declarations.

Despite all of that, the book was excellent. Right to the favorites shelf. This felt like an epic tale as it covers quite I am really not liking audio books.

This felt like an epic tale as it covers quite a bit of time. There are a lot of life events that happen. I cried several times.

There are always some things that annoy me in books and I just have to get beyond them. I'm happy to report that this book did not have anything like that to put me off at all.

I would have liked to have seen Melanie get a true love. I recommend this to people who like to read about romance, forbidden romance, high school, coming out, first love, farm life, small towns, and Abraham Lincoln.

Jul 03, Natalia rated it really liked it Shelves: contemporary , lgbt. I was really pleasantly surprised with this book, it was really good, entertaining and fun.

The story starts in the present, when the main characters are not together, then it goes back to the past and tells the whole story from the start.

The book is set in a really long interval of time and you are really able to see how the characters grow up and develop.

Also the large time span helps you sympathize with the characters. I really liked the main characters. They both tried to be independent and I loved that they both had goals.

Especially Maggie was a great character on her own, I loved seeing her grow up. At the beginning of the book she was self conscious and shy, but by the end she was amazing and confident.

The romance story was amazing. I love Maggie and Courtney! They were really cute and hated when they broke up. Over the course of the whole book you get to see how they meet, fall in love, break up, grow up, get back together, fight for each other.

Maggie is a very endearing protagonist and she easily wins you over from the first page. She is still pretty young when she meets Courtney in class when she moves into Maggie started to develop a crush on her.

Everything about this feels incredibly realistic. Years pass and the relationship continues whenever Courtney returns to town and they start dating for real.

They are so soft together it made my heart jolt in my chest I loved it. The main reason why I gave it four stars was because after a tragic event happened in the book something happens between Maggie and Courtney which kind of annoyed me.

Still the ending of this book was enough to bring out a huge grin on my face. This was a great experience and I plan to read more of Melissa Brayden 's books in the future.

This was such a beautiful book. I found it on sale on Audible and bought it as it was the only lesbian book in said sale.

What a find. I was a little worried when it opened up with such angst it looks like a beach read, a fun summer book to read while drinking umbrella drinks and then flashed back, however I absolutely loved this format.

It was almost two books in one, the early years and adulthood. Margaret "Maggie" Beringer lives on a strawberry farm with her parents and older brother.

A few This was such a beautiful book. A few days before the end of school one year, a new girl strolls into town and into her class and changes her life forever, Courtney Carrington.

This story transcends time, relationships, and tragedies. While I'm usually not a fan of time-span books, I loved how I was able to see the characters as they age and change due to circumstances in their lives and how they find their way back to one another.

I can't say that there weren't sad parts, but life isn't without bouts of sadness, so neither should fiction be. View all 3 comments.

Minus 0. See below why. It's not technically told in flashback as it does follow a straight so to speak :- timeline.

The book is told in first person - by Margaret aka Maggie. She is a native to the small CA town and her family owns one if not the largest Strawberry farm in the area.

Courtney is the heiress to a department store chain who moves to her father's hometown where he has built a new store.

We meet them when they are juniors in High School. I really enjoyed the book, but I want to think it might have been a 5 star book if not for the narration.

Oh she wasn't a horrible narrator overall, it was just her choices for Maggie's speaking voice. Maggie's thoughts are in a pleasant adult voice but talks in a very juvenile, high speaking voice.

I thought - oh good they are now in college - maybe now she will deepen Maggie's voice. But no. It's even more annoying to hear an adult with this voice.

Especially since she has given Courtney a low sexy voice. Maggie's reactions sometimes sound like a teenager. I couldn't help thinking - why would Courtney find this attractive?

However all the other voices she does are well done - which made Maggie's glaringly more annoying. I'll definitely re-read this book, but read it myself next time.

In spite of the narration - I liked the book and loved Brayden's side characters. All are so well done. And even Travis. I also loved their loving family life.

Reminds me of my nephew's family. Boyfriends and girlfriends must survive this gauntlet. As the now infamous quote from my niece will attest - standing on her chair yelling when her teammates lost focus I have always considered Melissa Brayden books very interesting.

Her protagonists are nice, likeable, smart, funny, both individually and as a couple. Their stories are sweet and romantic, with all the ingredients for an entertaining and easy read.

And this one has not disappointed me at all. More than half the book is mostly YA themed, the narration is in first person from Margaret point of view, with a first chapter of the present and then starts the story of a high school first love in a rura I have always considered Melissa Brayden books very interesting.

More than half the book is mostly YA themed, the narration is in first person from Margaret point of view, with a first chapter of the present and then starts the story of a high school first love in a rural ambience.

I can't really decide between Margaret and Courtney as my favorite one. Both must go through a few difficult paths along the story.

But both have a spirit so happy and joyful that, except in the saddest parts, led you through the book leaving you with a very pleasing feeling.

So for me this is a sweet heartwarming romance and I have liked very much Sometimes it is safer to read a book with your eyes and not listen to it for the first time in audiobook format.

When you read a novel, your imagination fills in the visuals and the voices of the characters. You are not influenced in any way by the interpretations of others.

The choppy, abrupt way Maggie speaks to Courtney when they first me Sometimes it is safer to read a book with your eyes and not listen to it for the first time in audiobook format.

The choppy, abrupt way Maggie speaks to Courtney when they first meet conveys her nervousness and immaturity.

It works in their teen years. I could easily identify with the awkward, self-deprecating Maggie in all her brainy, nerdy glory.

I loved the scene at the beach house, that first kiss with Courtney. Sweet, poignant and oh so endearing. With one kiss maturity smacks Maggie between the eyes.

What happens next and over the next few summers could not compete with this one moment and this one scene. In Strawberry Summer I found myself loving the chapters in the past and annoyed with the present day interactions between Maggie and Courtney.

It made her sound mean-spirited and made the adult Maggie hard to like. It also made the reader struggle to understand why Courtney would try to reconnect with this brittle woman.

Not my favourite novel by this author but no denying her skills at pulling emotions from her readers and giving us memorable characters.

Aug 10, Starsandsun18 rated it it was amazing Shelves: favorites. Margaret Beringer for me is a feeble and faint hearted. She's afraid to take risk or getting out of her comfort zone.

So when in school she's the less popular type. Everything changed after she met Courtney. Good thing she got a great family. I fell in love right a way.

Her parents, Evie and Henry are really loving and supportive. Her brother, Clay is totally hilarious and is portraying the "annoying but sweet brother".

And it's pretty cute. She's a daughter of a Department store mogul but her father is not giving her an easy way to enter their business.

There a lot of likable characters. I think everyone is awesome except for Courtney's father. I like Travis and Berta. And I was hoping that the next small town book will be Melanie's story.

This book made me feel a lot of emotions. I wouldn't change anything on this book. When you read a Brayden book you'll not think about genders, you'll just think about 2 people falling in love.

And it's hard to be annoyed with the Mcs because you also understand where are they coming from. The magic got me and I can't stop myself from reading.

I'm cranky If someone bothers me. That's also one more thing I hate about it can't function well until I've finished the book.

You will never go wrong with this. View 1 comment. Melissa Brayden is that author for me. No matter of the plot, of the book, of the characters, whenever I read one of her books, there is that warm, fuzzy feeling it causes inside of me.

Something just melts inside, and you can't do anything but live through and feel with and for those characters. Strawberry summer is no exception.

Both Margaret and Courtney are so well written, so wise for their age, so convincing as character, both in their teen years as well as in their twenties.

Melissa Brayden, when she writes happy, love scenes, is able to create warmth and loveliness, and, if she writes about unfortunate moments, you feel the deepest sadness and grief for the characters.

Apr 23, MJS rated it really liked it. ARC provided by NetGalley in return for a fair review. I was a bit dubious about this one, on one hand, it's Melissa Brayden, and her books rarely disappoint; on the other hand, I'm not usually a fan of reunion books, so I wasn't sure if it could overcome that.

It did. I loved it for the most part. I'm not usually a fan of flashbacks, but here the backstory actually takes up two thirds of the book, and honestly that was the part I enjoyed most, the end seemed a bit rushed, while most of the warm ARC provided by NetGalley in return for a fair review.

I'm not usually a fan of flashbacks, but here the backstory actually takes up two thirds of the book, and honestly that was the part I enjoyed most, the end seemed a bit rushed, while most of the warm and some of the more heartbreaking moments happened during the 'past' section.

I loved the way their relationship unfolded, and Maggie's family's reaction to her coming out was both sweet and funny.

The secondary characters were fleshed out and interesting although the Louis storyline just seemed to be left dangling and I was also happily surprised that most of the supporting characters didn't evolve into the tropes I thought they would, while the 'event' that happens mid way through had me reading with a lump in my throat.

The major downside was that it was written in first person, which meant that Courtney got the short end of the stick. We don't really get a handle on her emotions or many of her motivations and most of this isn't revealed until a big conversation happens towards the end although I'm sure the readers were following her emotional cues a bit better than Maggie did.

It also meant that we didn't get to see the flip side of how her life went. How did her mother react to her coming out?

What was she doing while she was away from town? It's hinted at, but I would have preferred a more well rounded view.

If this had been written in a first person point of view switch, I probably would have given it five stars. I also got a little tired of the 'I'm only here for a few months' thing, it got more than a little repetitive, as did Maggie's insecurity, which seemed baseless.

That said, this is still a charming story, with quite a bit of heart. Anything by Melissa Brayden is worth reading, and this is no exception.

View all 5 comments. Mar 02, Gaby LezReviewBooks rated it really liked it. Her books have romance, angst, hot scenes, wit and funny dialogues.

All these elements balanced in well conceived plot and subplots. The reader can safely expect a very enjoyable reading experience.

Having said this, I might have set the bar too high and now I expect to be wowed by every single book like I was with, for example, Kiss the girl.

It wasn't the case with Strawberry summer, hence, my 4 star rating. Don't get me wrong, all the elements of Ms. Brayden's style are present, the main characters chemistry, the hot scenes, the banter, the witty dialogues, the lovable secondary characters but just maybe not in Ms.

Brayden's usual eloquence. The book is divided roughly in two parts, it starts with Courtney and Maggie meeting as teenagers and follow their romance through college years up to their breakup.

The second part takes us to the present time, the characters in their mid twenties, when Courtney comes back to Maggie's hometown.

If they'd get their happily ever after is for the reader to discover. Here is my issue with the plot: it seems divided into two distinctive and separated parts and doesn't seem to flow seamlessly.

Present and past aren't integrated as a whole. In my opinion, the past section dragged for too long to maintain the conflict tension and resolution.

However, don't let my comments put you off, despite my criticism, I found this book a very enjoyable read anyway. ARC provided by the publisher and Netgalley in exchange for an honest review.

See all my reviews at www. May 30, Megzz rated it it was ok Shelves: mature-ya , why-is-it-rated-so-high , love-at-first-sight , vanilla , boring.

Either Brayden has lost all inspiration, or I've lost the ability to feel. Because this book felt so boring to me, so uninspired, cheesy and superficial.

Ugh I'm so frustrated. She did the bare minimum in terms of characterisation and plot. I didn't have time to warm up to the characters before things happened.

I'll stop there because I feel as uninspired about this review as I did reading this book. Well, guess what? Three, flashbacks work best to highlight changes in people or their circumstances during different time periods.

During the YA first part of the book, Maggie is portrayed as loving her small town, while at the same time not fitting in and being one of the cool kids.

She has a strong, loving family, yet yearns to leave town to strike out on her own. The contrasts are never really explained. She knows she likes girls, but hasn't acted on her desires.

Courtney appears as the gorgeous, confident new girl, and the two become inseparable. Until a tragedy occurs, and bad choices ensue.

This book is not about people wanting different things in life e. Reunited as adults, the MCs were more lust-driven than they were as teens.

It just seemed emotionally weak, after more than a decade of time, and five years apart, for a HEA to be based primarily on their inability to keep their hands off each other.

So overall, this book felt a bit like an experiment for Brayden. Mar 14, Cheri rated it it was amazing Shelves: audio , netgalley , arc , lgbtq , romance.

Have to say, I thoroughly enjoyed this book. I've not been a fan of the last couple of books I read by the author and stopped reading her altogether the past couple of years but this one has taken over as my favorite Brayden book.

The characters all sounded like different people and the story had some twists and turns that weren't predictable. Lots of honest emotion going on - both from the characters and from me.

No tears though. I dropped no tears but did get a few lumps in my throat. All of t Have to say, I thoroughly enjoyed this book. All of the characters that we spend any real time with had their own personalities and depth and I cared about them.

The situations people found themselves in felt legitimate and I had no BS-calling moments. Sorry Heart Block, there's a new champ in town. I'd give it a 4.

Aug 17, Just a man's point of view rated it really liked it Shelves: romance , lesbian , young-adult , personal-growth , favorites , hardships , business-ladies , reread-because-i-loved-it , second-chances , class-difference.

Strawberry Summer is an intimate tale of two lives and of their twining in the span of time going from adolescence to maturity, it is a second chance romance, after a quite long time of separation, and it is also a story about the importance of both roots and wings for the inner life of a person.

But this already happened in Waiting in t Strawberry Summer is an intimate tale of two lives and of their twining in the span of time going from adolescence to maturity, it is a second chance romance, after a quite long time of separation, and it is also a story about the importance of both roots and wings for the inner life of a person.

But this already happened in Waiting in the Wings, her most succesful and yet most different novel so far.

But the typical lighthearted banter still pervades many moments and will joyously grow up in the end.

The author succeded in portraying her main characters as teenagers and young adults, another new aspect in her novels. She has been delicate in adding to their personalities the insecurity of their age, according to their different experiences and psychology.

First person narration The choice of first person narration from the point of view of Maggie has a very interesting effect, I think.

Courtney, the girl Maggie falls for, is initially portrayed as cool, self-confident, all sexy and misteriously charming.

But with the growing of their relationship, her frailties and insecurity will emerge. And with Maggie acquiring consciousness of herself, the reader also comes to know her better and to like her.

A third person narration with switching point of views is entertaining for the reader. Because it is more immediate.

Following a first person narration requires patience, attention and a bit of reading between the lines. Roots and wings Roots and wings, I was saying.

To simplify a bit, Maggie has solid family roots, but has to develop her wings, while Courtney is wings oriented and needs the roots her parents did not give her.

The book shows the importance of the balance between the two. It shows how both wings and roots have the proverbial two sides of a coin.

And the attachment to one, when the other is needed bring forth the dark side of both. We see Maggie failing because she sticks with roots when she should not, and Courtney failing because she follow wrong wings, having no longer faith in roots.

The weak spot For my main critic to the book I have to go under spoiler. That includes the character of Maggie going dangerously on the verge to become umpleasant.

Not quite, but very near. In this case it seems a bit forced to me. What the author tries to convey is that Maggie undergoes a very dark depression because of the tragedy and loss she has to suffer, and rejects Courtney consequently.

But of course, that would have ruined the split and the significance of the story and the rest of the narration. However, portraying a character as too egoistic, always dangerously risk to making her mean and umpleasant.

It is important to give an unassailable motivation for the depression, in order to justify the egoism.

I loved it dearly, even with its complexity. But it has been a very difficult review to write.

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