Summer Snow has had a difficult life. She cared for her two ailing parents instead of going off to college with her friends. After her parents died, she took over for her grandmother in running a small bookstore that was owned by her grandmother. She has been engaged and recently broke off that engagement. She missed some fun things along the way and is beginning to realize that.
Her beloved grandmother makes a list for Summer of things she wants Summer to do that is outside of her comfort zone. One of them is to reconnect with Martin Langtree, a childhood friend, who she lost touch with many years ago. Besides giving her the list, Summer's grandmother tells her that she is dying and wants to see Summer begin doing the things on her list before she dies.
As Summer reconnects with Martin, she discovers that Martin has his own issues to deal with including having a dysfunctional family. As they begin to do some of the things on Summer's list, they begin to reconnect and realize their relationship goes deeper than friendship.
The characters are interesting and the plot is engaging. It is an enjoyable reading experience.
I received this book from Moody Publishers for this review.