#BookBlitz #BookReview The Summer Springsteen’s Songs Saved Me by Barbara Quinn

The Summer Springsteens Songs Saved Me

I’m delighted to be joining in the celebrations to mark the second book birthday of The Summer Springsteen’s Songs Saved Me by Barbara Quinn.  Thanks to Rachel at Rachel’s Random Resources for inviting me to take part.

If you missed it first time around, you can read my thoughts on the book below.

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TheSummerSpringsteen'sSongsSavedMeAbout the Book

Coming home to catch her husband with his face between the long, silky legs of another woman is the last thing Sofia expects – and on today of all days. So, after scratching an expletive into his Porsche and setting the cheating bastard’s clothes on fire, she cranks up her beloved Bruce and flees, vowing to never look back.

Seeking solace in the peaceful beachside town of Bradley Beach, NJ, Sofia is determined to start over. And, with the help of best friends, new acquaintances, a sexy neighbour, and the powerful songs of Springsteen, this may be the place where her wounds can heal. But, as if she hasn’t faced her share of life’s challenges, a final flurry of obstacles awaits.

In order to head courageously toward the future, Sofia must first let go of her past, find freedom, and mend her broken soul.  Watch the book trailer here 

Format: Paperback, ebook (280 pp.) Publisher: Lakewater Press
Published: 24th October 2017             Genre: Women’s Fiction

Purchase Links*
Amazon.co.uk ǀ Amazon.com
*links provided for convenience, not as part of any affiliate programme

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20 Things To Love About The Summer Springsteen’s Songs Saved Me

  1. Phoebe – The smelliest, laziest but most lovable pooch in the world
  2. Jerome – Two words: poetic justice
  3. Coincidence or fate? – A sexy, unattached man living right next door
  4. Living the fantasy of moving to the beach
  5. Dumping a jerk (see 2)
  6. Taking control of your life and moving on (see 2)
  7. Proof positive there’s a Springsteen for every occasion and every mood – he really can read your mind!
  8. Being rescued and being a rescuer
  9. The genius that is ‘Yappy Hour’
  10. Female friendships and solidarity
  11. Getting in shape
  12. Ditching the mismatched, slightly faded undies you should have replaced years ago
  13. Revenge is a dish…best painted somewhere
  14. Appreciating craft and artistic skills
  15. There are clambakes outside of the musical Carousel?
  16. Spirit of community
  17. Baking as therapy
  18. Having a great business partner who’ll do more than their fair share
  19. Summer by the sea
  20. An isolated sandbar….

BarbaraQuinnAbout the Author

Barbara Quinn is an award-winning short story writer and author of a variety of novels.

Her travels have taken her to forty-seven states and five continents where she’s encountered fascinating settings and inspiring people that populate her work.

Her many past jobs include lawyer, record shop owner, process server, lingerie sales clerk, waitress and postal worker. She’s a native New Yorker with roots in the Bronx, Long Island, and Westchester. She currently resides with her husband in Bradley Beach, NJ and Holmes Beach, FL. She enjoys spending time with her son and his family and planning her next adventure. She wants to remind everyone that when you meet her, SHE’S NOT SHOUTING, SHE’S ITALIAN.

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One thought on “#BookBlitz #BookReview The Summer Springsteen’s Songs Saved Me by Barbara Quinn

  1. Haha – I love your list of things to love! I’m particularly drawn to the idea of Yappy Hour – sounds like a lot of fun, although I have a suspicion the cats wouldn’t agree. And while I’ve never found baking therapeutic, I’m always willing to assist with eating the results… 😀

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