Wednesday, 5 July 2017

Book of the Month - June

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The books I read this month:

-       The Wedding Promise – by Emma Hannigan 4.5/5
-       Summer at the Little Wedding Shop – by Jane Linfoot 4/5
-       Holiday in the Hamptons – by Sarah Morgan 5/5
-       The Summer House – by Jenny Hale 5/5
-       Under a Tuscan Sky – by Karen Aldous 4.5/5
-       The Law of Attraction – by Roxie Cooper 4/5
-       The Second Chance Café in Carlton Square – by Lilly Bartlett 4.5/5
-       The Summer of Impossible Things – by Rowan Coleman 5/5
-       Summer at Buttercup Beach – by Holly Martin 5/5

Two amazing books this months, couldn’t make a decision:   

The Summer of Impossible Things – Rowan Coleman

The bit on the back:

If you could change the past, would you?

Thirty years ago, something terrible happened to Luna’s mother. Something she’s only prepared to reveal after her death. 

Now Luna and her sister have a chance to go back to their mother’s birthplace and settle her affairs. But in Brooklyn they find more questions than answers, until something impossible – magical – happens to Luna, and she meets her mother as a young woman back in the summer of 1977. 

At first Luna’s thinks she’s going crazy, but if she can truly travel back in time, she can change things. But in doing anything – everything – to save her mother’s life, will she have to sacrifice her own?

My opinion:

Amazing on so many levels! Rowan Coleman truly made impossible things possible in this book! Her writing is on point and it made me go through all the emotions! Just brilliant!!! Read my review here: The Summer of Impossible Things - Review

Rowan Coleman on Twitter: @rowancoleman

Summer at Buttercup Beach – Holly Martin

The bit on the back:

Pull up a deck chair and bask in the beautiful sunshine on Buttercup Beach. The sand is warm, the sea is sparkling blue and romance is sizzling in the air… 

For two years Freya Greene has hidden the fact that she’s totally and utterly in love with her best friend Rome Lancaster. It’s not been easy – they work together in his glasswork business, she lives above his workshop and, he’s completely gorgeous. But Rome has never shown any sign of returning those feelings. Until now… 

Lately they’ve shared affectionate touches and words heavy with meaning. Yet Freya knows Rome has a damaged heart. After losing his fiancé in a tragic accident, he’s not allowed himself to fall in love. 

Freya has already had her heart broken by a man who couldn’t let go of a past love. Can she risk it happening again? Rome and Freya have a friendship that could blossom into something more. Are they both brave enough to take that chance? 

My opinion:

This unique atmospheres in Holly Martin’s books are just amazing! She did it once again in this book! The storyline is gripping and romantic and it has some twists and turns. The characters are so loveable and the setting is just beautiful!

Holly Martin on Twitter: @HollyMAuthor

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