About the Book
A hurricane may have destroyed her livelihood on Prince Edward Island, but she’s determined to save her community
Kelsey Ahern has performed at the Victoria Playhouse on Prince Edward Island every summer since she was seven. But when a hurricane destroys the building, it’s not just her memories that are in jeopardy. Her future as a teacher and drama coach are too. She teams up with Levi Ross, the facilities director at the high school, to produce a benefit show to raise money to rebuild the theater. He has a reputation for being able to fix anything, and Kelsey is sure there’s more to the quiet man than meets the eye.
For his part, Levi has admired Kelsey for years, but he can’t seem to find the words to tell her. When a popular weatherman arrives in town to cover the aftermath of the hurricane and takes an interest in Kelsey and her show, Levi realizes that the time has come to speak up–or lose the heart of the woman he longs for.
Join New York Times bestselling author Liz Johnson for a season of rebuilding, restoration, and romance with this final book in the Prince Edward Island Shores series.
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In My Opinion
Liz Johnson wraps up her Prince Edward Island Shores series with the youngest Ross brother in Summer in the Spotlight, and this book may be my favorite of the series.
Levi is a quiet man, but his silence hides a lot of depth and pain. Yet, one special woman can coax words out of him that no one else can.
Kelsey and Levi make a great pair, and I loved their interactions and how Kelsey seems to understand Levi without words. As the two try and save the island’s theater, they grow closer. Levi’s tender heart really shows through when he is working with one of the local boys and when he is with his family.
If you are a fan of contemporary romance and a book-loving, quiet beta hero, this book is for you.
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