Book Review - Holiday in the Hamptons by Sarah Morgan


The perfect summer escape…?

Genre: Romance
Publisher: HQ
Publication Date: 15 June 2017
ISBN-13: 9781848456662

"She’s moved on…

Felicity Knight loves New York. But when she spots her ex-husband in the city, Fliss is desperate to escape!

He’s moved back…

Vet Set Carlyle is back from California to establish his own practice and settle down. When he learns that his ex Fliss still lives close by, that future is looking a whole lot brighter…

Will a perfect escape bring them back together?

With the help of his adorable dog Lulu, and a sprinkling of beachside magic, Seth is determined to make Fliss see he’s never stopped loving her!"

MY REVIEW

I previously read and reviewed Sleepless in Manhattan which is also part of this series of books by Sarah Morgan. I really enjoyed the author's writing style so I was looking forward to getting stuck in.

Felicity's life in New York was thrown all out of sync when her ex husband moved to the city, there was a real sense of panic about her and this made me keen to find out what had happened between them. They seemed so good together at the beginning of the book so where did it go wrong?

If you've ever read any of my book reviews on Me, My Books and I then you might already know how much I love a dual narrative. I just love knowing things that the other character doesn't - inside information is always the best.

Felicity was such an instinctual character, her actions were so entertaining especially her comebacks! It took a little while for me to figure Seth out as he was quite a calm character to begin with. Something that was obvious, however, was the fact that he had unfinished business with Felicity.

A big part of the storyline centered around family and what I liked most about this was how it highlighted the differences between Felicity's and Seth's families. 

This was a lovely read - romantic and impulsive, it warmed me up for summer nicely.

4 Stars
4 Stars

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Thank you to the publisher for approving my NetGalley request for this eBook in exchange for my honest opinion.

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