Thursday, May 13, 2021

Spotlight and Giveaway: Imagine Summer

The days are getting longer and warmer, so summer is almost upon us. What better way to kick it off than with Shelley Noble's latest novel, Imagine Summer. Thanks to William Morrow, we have one copy to give away!

As a child, Skylar Mackenzie’s imagination always got her in trouble. Now it’s making her a fortune. She owns Imagine That, a toy and bookstore and creativity center in a small Rhode Island beach town where children, and adults, can use their imagination free from judgment.

Skye is about to embark on her biggest venture yet, a weekend retreat of family exploration. But it begins to unravel when she finds her estranged half-sister Amy on the doorstep. And Amy’s not alone.

She’s brought Skye’s first love, Connor Reid—the boy who broke her heart; the man who could break it again.

Amy claims she wants to make amends—but how can Skye trust her? It was Amy’s lies that drove her from home fifteen years before. Suddenly, Skye’s perfectly imagined summer is in jeopardy. Not to mention her perfectly ordered life. Or her beloved town’s financial future.

With Amy back to her old trouble-making ways, and Connor making Skye wonder what might have been, Skye makes a decision that may cost her everything.

Imagine Summer is a story of discovery, trust, and the courage to dream. (Synopsis courtesy of Amazon.)

Shelley Noble is a New York Times and USA Today bestselling author of Whisper Beach and Beach Colors. Other titles include Stargazey Point, Breakwater Bay, Forever Beach, Lighthouse Beach, and four spin off novellas. A former professional dancer and choreographer, she lives at the Jersey shore and loves to discover new beaches and indulge in her passion for lighthouses and vintage carousels. Shelley is a member of Sisters in Crime, Mystery Writers of America, and Women’s Fiction Writers Association.

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18 comments:

Nancy said...

Yes, I have always had a good imagination, I think.

Nancy
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traveler said...

I didn't have any imagination when I was younger but as I matured I realized that I changed.

Mary Patricia Bird said...

I had a very big imagination as a kid. I still do. That's why I write.

Cherisse said...

Lol yes as a kid and even now!

Charlotte Lynn said...

I did not have a great imagination as a kid. If someone gives me directions I can be creative but I am not great with coming up with the idea.

Jessica said...

I didn't have one as a child but I do now.

Rita Wray said...

No I didn't.

Mary Preston said...

I have a very vivid imagination. I always have had.

Stephanie Ludwig said...

I have a vivid imagination!

diannekc said...

Yes, I have and had a great imagination.

bn100 said...

yes

Terri. said...

Yes, I've always had a great imagination.

Jeanne said...

No, I didn’t (and still don’t) have much of an imagination.

Bonnie K. said...

I have a very vivid imagination.

Linda Kish said...

I have never had much of an imagination.

Peggy Russo said...

I have a pretty vivid imagination and it hasn't changed much as I've gotten older.

Bernice Kennedy said...

When I was a kid, I had a very active imagination. My older brother and I went on many adventures together. As I got older, I have a lower imagination except when I get lost in a book.

Lily said...

I have a fairly good imagination sometimes .