It’s hard to say goodbye to summer. Summer was awesome. It was a family trip or a whole day at the beach. When I was a teenager, it meant a summer fling or camping out at the movies with my best friend. As an adult, it was the start of my beautiful relationship on a sunny May day.
Sometimes those summer loves didn’t last but you hang on anyway to the sunshine and memories. You wish for what could have been if that love on a hot August night could have lasted. The night could last forever so the next morning, you don’t have to pack and leave.
Jamie can’t face Tristan in the morning, knowing his lover was a virgin. He takes the cowardly way out, leaving Tristan to mend the pieces of his broken heart. Jamie knew he would probably never see his summer fling again, but when their paths cross in Seattle, the summer memories of his love lost have Jamie wishing for what might have been.
Summer is a time of fun but Jamie will be the love Tristan never forgets. A schoolboy crush is fulfilled and hearts are shattered. Ten years later, lives have changed and Jamie is going to do anything to make it up to Tristan and show him how good they can be together. One last try at a summer fling to see if it can be real.