Jane Green’s ‘Summer Secrets’ Offers Surprising Depth [REVIEW]


Sometimes we must face the demons from our past head on before we can even begin to recover and heal. That’s the lesson described so deftly in Jane Green’s Summer Secrets. Find out why our reviewer compares the book’s main character to some of the literary greats and why redemption is never impossible.

Jathan & Heather

Nantucket woman A young woman must reconcile her past before she can have a future in Jane Green’s SUMMER SECRETS.
(Photo by Rob Zand, Flickr)

As the old saying goes, “Never judge a book by its cover.” That has never been more true than with Jane Green’s Summer Secrets. Upon first examination of the book jacket and the novel’s synopsis, I thought this would be a lighthearted beach read, yet it proved to be anything but fun.

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