All Summer Long by Melody Carlson

This was a very enjoyable romance. I did not want to put this book down. The characters were all likable. Tia gets a chance to be the head chef for her aunt on a dinner cruise. Tia and an old acquaintance, Leo, Who is going to be the captain on the yacht, are very good together. There are twists and turns in this relationship and they are well done. I received a copy of this book from Revell for a fair and honest opinion. 
Tia Gets a Second Chance at Love When an Old Crush Suddenly Reappears Tia D’Amico is thrilled to move to San Francisco to help her aunt transform an old luxury yacht into an upscale floating restaurant. What’s not to love? Sunset dinner cruises, upscale wedding receptions–the possibilities are endless and far more appetizing than staying in a monotonous job in her Podunk hometown. Besides, some of her best memories are tied to San Francisco–especially the memory of Leo Parker, her crush from a long-ago sailing camp. When the self same Leo Parker turns out to be the yacht’s captain, Tia is floating on air. But will it all come crashing down around her when she discovers his heart belongs to someone else? Get ready for a romantic summer in San Francisco, where the future glistens brighter than the bay at sunset.

Melody Carlson is the award-winning author of over two hundred books with combined sales of more than six million. She is the author of several Christmas books, including the bestselling “The Christmas Bus,” “The Christmas Dog,” “Christmas at Harrington’s,” “The Christmas Cat,” and “The Christmas Joy Ride.” She received a “Romantic Times” Career Achievement Award in the inspirational market for her many books, including the Diary of a Teenage Girl series and “Finding Alice.” She and her husband live in central Oregon. Learn more at


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