The Summer of Our Discontent

The Summer of Our Discontent A fun summer read Faith Leblanc is looking for that special someone but her tactics have branded her somewhat of a womanizer A few doors down Rachel Chauvin is looking for the same but her conserva

  • Title: The Summer of Our Discontent
  • Author: Robin Alexander
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 218
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • A fun summer read.Faith Leblanc is looking for that special someone, but her tactics have branded her somewhat of a womanizer A few doors down, Rachel Chauvin is looking for the same, but her conservative style hasn t yielded any keepers, either Neither woman is willing to consider the other as a prospective partner, mostly because they ve hated each other for nearly fouA fun summer read.Faith Leblanc is looking for that special someone, but her tactics have branded her somewhat of a womanizer A few doors down, Rachel Chauvin is looking for the same, but her conservative style hasn t yielded any keepers, either Neither woman is willing to consider the other as a prospective partner, mostly because they ve hated each other for nearly four decades.Change is in the air, and spring is giving way to The Summer of Our Discontent.

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      Published :2019-06-04T07:13:29+00:00

    About " Robin Alexander "

  • Robin Alexander

    Born in 1965, Robin Alexander grew up in Baton Rouge, Louisiana where she still resides An avid reader of Lesbian fiction, Robin decided to take the leap and try her hand at writing It didn t take long for her favorite hobby to become a full time author With nearly a dozen titles in print with Intaglio Publications, Robin s books have fast become a favorite among fans of lesbian romance Robin approaches everything with a sense of humor, which is evident in her style of writing.Librarian note There is than one author in the database with this name.

  • 271 Comments

  • Starting in roughly 1983, when both were pre-teens, and for roughly another 30 years, Faith ‘Chub’ Leblanc and Rachel Chauvin have been each other’s archrival/villain/enemy. Both were stubborn. Both were the kind of girl who’d much prefer getting dirty, and wandering the outdoors than being cooped up inside; both were quite similar, and ended up bumping into each other a lot. And both wanted to do what the other wanted to do – at the same time, and both were too stubborn to allow the o [...]




  • This is the first Robin Alexander book I read and I only picked it up because a FaceBook friend mentioned she was reading and enjoying it tremendously. I am so incredibly glad that I did!! I am a huge fan of lesfic and most of them give me great story lines, interesting characters and something to think about. The Summer of Our Discontent gave my muscle strains. I laughed so hard I was crying. I laughed so often I wasn't allowed to read it in bed. I laughed so hard that hours later I would think [...]


  • I loved this book so much, I was very sad when it ended! I really wish we'd gotten to see more of what Faith and Rachel were like as a couple. Loved them. And the kids!My only complaint is that I felt like there could/should have been much more UST between Rachel and Faith. They hated each other, and then BAM sudden switch.But as I said, I wish there was more! I loved getting to know these characters.


  • Fun and light read. The women's antics and misadventures are hilarious. Many lol moments throughout. A nice picker-upper for summer. :)



  • 3.5, maybe?Nice. Sweet enough. Better than I expected. I don't usually go for "funny" stories because they often lack feelings. But this one is really all right.I would have liked the transition between hate and love to be a little less abrupt. Everything could have been a bit more intense if there'd been sexual tension while they still fought. I guess their "truce" kind of ruined the whole point of the plot. One day they decide to be friends and it just becomes an ordinary romance from there. B [...]


  • I love Robin Alexander's work and this one is excellent. I love the characters and their hate hate relationship. I love the growth of the characters and how they come to recognize the psychology of their childhood rivalry. The characters are fully formed and robust. The secondary characters are important to the story and they are also well developed. You never have to guess or fill in the blanks in Robin's stories. The humor and banter between the characters is fresh and entertaining. I highly r [...]


  • Great interaction between the children and adults, the two children and the adults. I laugh out loud more than once. Summer camp as an adult bugs and cots and UFO's oh my!!! I rarely give 5 stars, so if you can relate at all to cops, fireman, summer camps, and long time grudges This is a story you might enjoy.


  • I had a few books on my e-reader to read, and I usually go with the worst first. The cover is a bit meh, and I couldn't remember why I chose to read it so I went with this. So it turns out it's actually really good!A bit of a tangent, but I got that same feeling reading this as I got watching Despicable Me when Gru turns all nice, and that's sooo good. Really doesn't happen enough in stories. The dialog and rivalry between Faith and Rachael was brilliant - well thought out and really funny. The [...]


  • Hate turns to love, is what I always get excited to readBecause as a person, we always judge people just only one sided, never really look into what another the side of them.The thing I love about this story is they know it what there, always there, the feeling even when they fight, thrown some bad mouth to each other. but it lacks of chemistry, for me. I don't feel the sparking and you know the tension. I'm tend to love every story out there for the chemistry thing.Anyway, give it a try.:)


  • Outstanding bookSeriously the only thing wrong is it was not long enough .This was full of banters, laugh out loud moments, sweet conversations, there is truely a thin line between love and hate.You have to read this book if only to find out about the cow😉


  • 'Laugh out loud' funny!I love this book! I rarely find a story that will make me laugh out loud, but this one did, on more than one occasion. If you are looking for an entertaining, funny and sweet love story, I would strongly recommend this one.



  • Another KeeperI absolutely love Ms Alexander's books, they have a way of brightening my day. The stories are heartwarming and hilarious. Rachel and Faith's story was sweet and engaging and the questions thrown out by Sophie and Kaycee were quite funny. Definitely recommend this to those who want a great laugh with a little romance.




  • This book was so freakin' funny and brilliant at the same time. I couldn't stop holding my laugh until Mom went to ask what's wrong with me, hah.




  • HILARIOUS. I could NOT stop laughing throughout. It's a feel good, root for the couple sort of read. It's not dripping with the sex, but if the anticipation won't hold you, the humour surely will.


  • this book had me laughing out loud and i couldn't put the book down. this is definitely added as one of my favorite books.


  • Funny as hell and heaven combined! Love the characters! The relationship buildup and the HEA but would've liked it better if it didn't end too soon. All hands up in praise for this book!







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