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- Print Length: 304 pages
- Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1786813262
- Publisher: Bookouture (March 27, 2018)
- Publication Date: March 27, 2018
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- Language: English
- ASIN: B078VWNLHL
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But with Alice’s death shortly after her 84th birthday – things are thrown into chaos as Toby, being himself, announces that they will all be needing to find a new home as he’s got plans for the house. Suddenly, Annie’s security and family have been threatened – until it is revealed that Alice left the house to her. Money is tight, a spring storm shows the repairs are more a desperate need than a ‘patch and hope’ job, and inheritance taxes are huge. Add to that, Toby’s constant pressure to sell and a change in her relationship with Josh- a wedding is on the horizon: without money for splashy do, barely enough for a dress, and plenty of worries about the future of the house and Annie’s place in it.
Best read as part of the series, but certainly enjoyable on its own: the ongoing saga of Annie’s life in Cornwall – a place she never wanted to be, has shown her and us just how much Salt Bay and Trevegara house have wormed their way into her very being. Finding and making a family, one she didn’t have as a child, becoming accepted into the community and struggling to find a way to keep the house and her place in it doesn’t make for a clear path, or an easy one. But, there does seem to be some intervention, divine and otherwise as the members of the choir take over the wedding planning, a ‘test guest’ for her B & B idea makes waves with the newsagent, her father comes through in the most unexpected way, and a dress, the PERFECT dress appears at the bottom of a trunk long ignored. Unsure and unconvinced that Cornwall and Salt Bay were the place for her, Annie discovers just how important the place and it’s people have become to her, and being a Trebarwith in Trevegara house is meant to be. If you’ve not read this series and want to escape to the coast with laughter, love and some truly memorable people, grab this one now….
I received an eArc copy of the title from the publisher via NetGalley for purpose of honest review. I was not compensated for this review: all conclusions are my own responsibility.
Thank you to Bookouture for letting me take part in this tour. I read the second book in this series at Christmas and I loved Salt Bay and I couldn’t wait to return.
Annie and Josh are now living happily in Tregavara house along with Alice, Annie’s Great Aunt Storm, Annie’s half sister, and Emily, Alice’s carer. Annie and Josh are happier than ever. Annie is just as likeable as she was in the previous book and I couldn’t help but root for her.
Storm has settled down since she’s been living with Annie and the others. She’s got a Saturday job and she’s attending school and making friends. But poor Alice’s health is rapidly declining and Annie isn’t sure how she will cope without her.
Salt bay is a village nestled in Cornwall. It has beautiful cliffs and a gorgeous beach. I enjoyed my escape from this chilly spring to the warm and beautiful Salt bay. This book is full of warm inviting characters. The villagers are a force of nature and will do anything for one of their own. I admire their loyalty and community spirit.
There were no big twists in this book. It was easy to see where the story was going but it is delightfully written. Liz’s writing has the perfect mix of romance with a smidge of drama. I look forward to more of Liz’s books in the future.
After inheriting Tregavara House, life is good for Annie and those she has come to love in this picturesque Cornish village, and setting down roots is beginning to look very appealing. But as always, life is never that simple, and Annie soon finds herself with a house that is falling apart and a wedding that may not even happen. Can Annie save the home she loves and marry her dream man in a place that has become so special to her?
The third book in this series, ANNIE'S SUMMER BY THE SEA by Liz Eeles can easily be read as a standalone but I know that you will want to read the others in this witty and light series so treat yourself and buy the set!
As always the setting of Salt Bay comes alive and you can smell the sea, and taste the freshness of the air as you get lost among the quirky and loveable community. The characters are dynamic, relatable, and likeable and I flew through this book in one sitting.
ANNIE'S SUMMER BY THE SEA by Liz Eeles is a fresh, vibrant, and completely exciting story about love, friendship, and the value of community and is definitely worth reading.
*I voluntarily reviewed this book from Netgalley
Annie and Josh are back, this time planning their wedding. The whole village of Salt Bay gets involved, as they seem to do with all aspects of their lives anyway. This can be annoying at times, I am sure, but most of the time it is a good thing to be part of a close-knit village. The descriptions of Cornwall make me want to visit, that's for sure!
The usual village shenanigans occur, new romances blossom and Annie and Josh's path to married life is a bit of a zig-zag path instead of a straight line. Does Annie's dodgy cousin Toby become a reformed character in this book? Does her Aussie friend Kayla manage to keep her mouth shut occasionally? What about great-aunt Alice's health?
I like this tale of village life and its inhabitants. If I had to choose between Salt Bay and a large city, I would pick Salt Bay every time.
4.5 stars from me.
Thank you to NetGalley and Bookouture.