A Girl Called Summer Book Review

A Girl Called Summer – Lucy Lord

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Blurb: Island life is just one step away…A new start…

Bella and Andy have escaped the rat race for the sun-drenched, relaxed lifestyle on the island of Ibiza. But with a run-down house to make habitable and a distractingly gorgeous neighbour, is their island idyll all that it seems?

A holiday adventure…

Tamara Gold has been Hollywood’s most notorious car crash since she was a child star. Now clean and sober, and engaged to Tinseltown’s hottest leading man, it seems like she’s finally conquered her addictions, if not her bratty behaviour. But a summer in Europe with all the hedonistic lures of Ibiza beckons…

A girl called Summer…

Summer Larsson has always known Ibiza as home: a haven of hippies, yoga and healthy eating – and loneliness. But in Bella, she’s found the friend she always needed, and when Bella’s glamorous Hollywood friends come to visit, it looks like she might have found true love as well…

This could be the summer that everything changes…

Review: I read this unputdownable book within a few consecutive days. The perfect holiday read! Lucy Lord’s writing style is flawless: descriptive from the settings, the characters clothing, even down to the food they eat making everything easy to picture. The characters come to life, with Lucy switching from each of their POV’s. The story location (Ibiza) is explained in depth enabling you to get a real feel for the place. I highly recommend this book. If you haven’t got the advantage of reading it at the beach, this summery novel will make you want to book a holiday (preferably Ibiza) and fast! Brilliantly written! The PERFECT escapism read!

It was a pleasure reading Lucy Lord’s book and interviewing her for my blog. She is an extremely talented author and I look forward to reading more of her books.

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