He wasn’t meant for her…
Indian Summer, a full-length standalone YA/NA Romance by author Eve l Mitchell is live 20 January 2019. Available now for pre-order on Amazon.
Arielle Miller has had a bad year, she’s lost more than any 18 year old should. Now she’s starting over, new state, new city, new life. She’s attending college, getting her degree and maybe, just maybe, starting to heal.
He wasn’t supposed to be here. He wasn’t meant for her.
Colton Dawson shouldn’t look at her the way he does, shouldn’t make her feel the way he does and yet he’s holding back, keeping her at a distance.
Can she cope with being so near to Colton, but not being with him, or will this time mean losing everything….losing him?
FIVE 🎩🎩🎩🎩🎩 hats from Britt!
What a debut! Eve L. Mitchell delivers a riveting story with Indian Summer! A unique slow burn new adult romance that is a true roller coaster of emotion. Typically slow burn is not my thing. I’m in love with love and impatient to boot so a slow burn has to be truly captivating to keep me going and this book was beyond even that. The unique dynamic of this group of friends that are really more of a family, coupled with intriguing mystery kept me glued to the pages while the chemistry and pull between Arielle and Colton built up to something explosive.
Before I even fell in love with Arielle and Colton I fell in love with their entire group. Not since Tijan’s Fallen Crest series have I found a YA/NA group that was so tightly knit but also loaded with the kind of drama that makes you fly through the pages needing to know what happens next they way this group does. Every page had another moment that had me either gasping, yelling, swooning or crying. I genuinely hope there will be more of this group in the future, and if there is I’m calling dibs on Matt now!
Meet the author:
Eve L Mitchell lives in the North East of Scotland, in the UK. She writes under a pen name, because otherwise her Secret Agent status will be revoked. Eve has dreamed of being an author ever since she learnt to read and is now finally stepping towards that dream. Vast amounts of coffee and sarcasm fuel Eve into being one of those irritating people who have the insane belief that the glass is always half full (unless it’s empty, which means there is no coffee); the sun will still be shining tomorrow (unless the apocalypse happens and then there is no coffee), and is known to reply to any woes with…..’Well…it could be worse’ (because there could be no coffee).
Eve is also prone to bursting into loud bouts of off-key singing, much to the delight of all those around her.
Eve has dipped her toe into the self-publishing market and generally has no idea what she’s doing, every day has been an adventure so far…she only knows for definite that she wants everyone to read her book and hopefully like it and if they don’t, well that’s ok too!