The Summer Seekers by Sarah Morgan

Publication Date: May 18, 2021

Kathleen is eighty years old. After she has a run-in with an intruder, her daughter wants her to move into a residential home. But she’s not having any of it. What she craves—what she needs—is adventure.

Liza is drowning in the daily stress of family life. The last thing she needs is her mother jetting off on a wild holiday, making Liza long for a solo summer of her own.

Martha is having a quarter-life crisis. Unemployed, unloved and uninspired, she just can’t get her life together. But she knows something has to change.

When Martha sees Kathleen’s advertisement for a driver and companion to share an epic road trip across America with, she decides this job might be the answer to her prayers. She’s not the world’s best driver, but anything has to be better than living with her parents. And traveling with a stranger? No problem. Anyway, how much trouble can one eighty-year-old woman be?

As these women embark on the journey of a lifetime, they all discover it’s never too late to start over…


Thank you to HQ, NetGalley & Sarah Morgan for a copy of this novel in exchange for an honest review.

I read this book pretty fast and found it to be predictable. It was definitely fun and full of romance, but something I was totally interested in. It definitely got me in the mood for warmer/summer days!

I really enjoyed the message behind this story and that you can never be too old to change your life. You can make your life the way you want it at whatever age. This message was a major part of this storyline and novel, and I think that was written well.

The reason that this book got a three star rating from me is because I am someone who loves to read and connect with the characters. I feel like I had a really hard time doing that. Also, the ending seemed pretty abrupt and I was surprised at that because this book wasn’t all that short.

I like Sarah Morgan and have a bunch of her books on my TBR that I cannot wait to read! I am definitely hoping that the next one up is one I can connect to more.


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