Sunday, August 10, 2014

Mini Review: Ringer (Summer Series #3.5) by C.J. Duggan

Something exciting is coming tomorrow so I wanted to share this mini review of a novella for a contemporary series I really love. The Summer Series is full of cuteness and fun :)

Ringer cover
Ringer (Summer Series #3.5)
by C.J. Duggan
April 2, 2014
155 pages

Goodreads Summary:
They say it’s the quiet ones you have to worry about, and she was quiet, very quiet—when she wasn’t busy despising me with a burning passion.

Ringo ‘Ringer’ James has a no-strings-attached policy.

Love them, leave them, and remain the eternal bachelor.

After a summer in which every one of his mates has succumbed to settling down, or so it seemed, Ringer is on the lookout for a quick exit. Having had enough of the stomach-turning love fest witnessed over the past three months, Ringer jumps at the opportunity to help out his mate, Max, by heading to Max’s dad’s property for a working holiday.

It’s just what he’s looking for. A remote, dusty homestead in Ballan, with only hard work, a cold beer and a comfy bed to worry about – no women.

Until Miranda Henry.

The privately educated daughter of his boss has returned home from overseas and things are about to get very complicated, very fast. As summer draws to its end, Ringer is about to learn that sometimes attraction defies all logic, and that there really is such a thing as ‘enemies with benefits.’


I'd been wondering when we'll get to see Ringer's story and it's finally here. I'm slightly disappointed he didn't get his own book :( The story though, definitely didn't disappoint because it was cute and funny as hell!

Ringer and Miranda were both so fiesty but flirtatious with their back and forth banter. Although the romance moved slower than I would've liked, I still really enjoyed this novella. The enemy to lover storyline was very entertaining. I also loved meeting the new characters. I hope to see the bickering pair in the next book in the Summer Series, Forever Summer which I absolutely can't wait for!


  1. I am glad this was a good addition to the series and even if it moved a little slow you still liked it. I need to get caught up on this series!


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