Eight Days in the Sun by MK Schiller


Eight Days in the Sun is a story of healing and acceptance. And it will make you cry. Around halfway through the story, when I could finally see the direction where the story was headed, I knew MK Schiller was going to make me cry by the end. Oh, the ending.

I loved both Mason and Kiran, each unique personalities so perfect for each other. Fans of insta-love stories will gobble this one up. Are eight days in the sun really enough to build a foundation for a lifelong relationship? I say, YES! We’re with these characters day-in-day-out for eight glorious days and we get to experience the falling in love phase with them. My heart was breaking along with them when they went their separate ways … and when they reunited.

When the story begins, Kiran and Mason are both 22 years old. I’m usually wary of new adult aged protagonists in my stories because of the drama associated with that phase of life. But these two characters were required to grow up fast for different reasons. No cringe worthy drama in this story! So, if you’re like me, don’t shy away from reading this because of their young ages.

I don’t want to give away any more of the plot than the book blurb already does. But suffice it to say that taking the journey with these characters is worth the ride. You’ll laugh, and cry. Be happy, and angry. But most of all, you’ll walk away completely satisfied and believing in love at first sight.


Publisher: Lyrical Shine 

Release Date: May 2, 2017

Genre: Contemporary Romance, Multicultural Romance

Sensuality Level: 3 out of 5 


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