Every Summer Day - the Review
⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Every Summer Day
by Colorado author Lee Patton
A touching, slice of life tale. This one has everything - love, laughter, hope, loss, and tears.
We meet Luke who lives in the heart of Capitol Hill in downtown Denver. He’s a history teacher and has just met a cowboy from Wyoming. The two hit it off in a whirlwind romance. However, the cowboys supposed secrets bring that to a screeching halt.
And then Luke’s big brother Matt starts to have health problems. As his health declines we are treated to the best parts of the story - their bond. As a guy who has a brother I appreciate this story quite a bit and understand the connection of brothers.
I also love that it takes place in Denver with many places I have set foot. It brings the story to life that much more. Written as a summer journal we are treated to a summer romance and a summer of loss as the brothers must face some overwhelming heartaches.
A must-read this summer. In paperback right here: www.rosscolorenzo.com/product-page/every-summer-day