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When Robyn was promoted to manager of the Montana Beach Pier amusement park, she helped save it from near extinction. But her employees are still having a hard time adjusting to her new leadership role. With her father gone and only a few friends in Montana Beach, the stress at work carries over to the rest of her life. That is, until her newest employee steps through the door.

Jaden’s just looking for a summer job until he can find something more stable in the fall. Montana Beach might be a slower pace than his hometown, but his new boss and the romance that sparks between them makes the sleepy little town exciting.

When a coworker discovers their relationship, he threatens to reveal their secret, which could put their jobs and the future of the Pier at risk.

©2018 David Neth (P)2018 David Neth

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Sun, beach listen!

David Neth has a concurrently running story with book 1 of this series, featuring Robin, the manager of Montana Beach's amusement park. She is hiring her summer employees and is attracted to one in particular, Jaden. While fraternizing with the help is frowned upon, these two sneak around for weeks, until a disgruntled employee catches them. Will their love stand the test of public opinion? Will they keep their jobs? Is this just a summer fling? Neth gives a beautiful picture of this town, and has created a warm, community feel as we get to know the characters. Having some crossover between books makes it much more fun to listen to, and having it during the same time frame makes the story that much more original. I enjoyed this one.

Robyn Isaacs narrates this story, and while I enjoyed the pace, I found her voice a little young for the story. She does have good voices for the characters though and gave a good performance.

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Sweet Small Town Story!

This is the second book in the Montana Beach Series, a small town story. This was a cute short story. I liked Robyn and Jaden's story and I loved their happy ending. I received this free review copy audiobook at my request and I have voluntarily left this review.

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summer romances can be tricky...

summer romances have always been beautiful... but sometimes they can be tricky as well. This is especially true if that romance includes your boss or employee! Trying to keep it secret can cause a lot of issues from hiding under a table to having to bargain for secrecy when you are caught! But maybe that old saying might just be what's needed... after all the truth wil set you free right? I loved every bit of this story. It kept me listening until the very end and made me wish the story could just keep going! The combination of David Neth's writing and Robyn Isaacs' narration truly brought this stoey to life for me!

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A fun fling

It is always difficult to date a co-worker. It is even harder to keep it a secret. Robyn struggles with her feelings for Jaden and with her job. The owners frown upon relationships with co-workers but can you stop love? Summer Job follows Robyn, a stern by effective manager at the pier and her budding romance with Jaden. Can they keep it a secret? Can they put a relationship above the rules of the job? You will have to read the story to find out. This was such a fun and quick read.

Robyn Isaacs narrates Robyn perfectly. Ms Isaacs brings out her very stern qualities as a manager and the insecurities that Robyn has as well. Ms Isaacs has an easy to listen to voice. Each character has their own tone which makes the story easy to follow. I enjoyed the narration of this book.

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enjoyable

it was good, a fun love story, it's a little short, I enjoy longer books but this has everything in it.

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Nice Short Listen

I received this audiobook free for an honest review. As in Book 1, this was also a cute, wholesome story. The summer romance at the amusement park between Robyn and Jaden is entertaining. Young love with two young people is cute. The author did a great job with the story. The narrator did a good job with the characters. However, it appears she is new at narrating. She sounds like she is reading, not acting.

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Good Summer Romance

The story flows pretty well, it's a short, fast, light read. Robyn is the manager of an amusement park and she hires Jaden for the summer. They spend the whole summer sneaking around to spend time together until a malicious coworker discovers their relationship and threatens to expose them unless they comply.

If you listened to Summer Stay, we will witness a familiar scene from Jessie and Mason's story from an outsider's point of view. Thus, Summer Stay and Summer Job seem to be written such that they occur simultaneously. Which is a pretty neat idea, to me; I haven't ever really had an author write a two books in a manner quite like that.

This story was good, however, I think if there had been a just tad more substance to Jaden and Robyn's relationship it would have taken it from good to great.

Also, the narrator does a good job, but if you listen to her too fast in this book, then her Max voice is distracting and maybe a tad inconsistent sounding. Her Peggy voice, when sped up, is a little distracting as well but inconseqntial in the overall story.

I received a free copy at my request and have voluntarily left this unbiased review.