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Holiday in the Hamptons (From Manhattan with Love, 5) Mass Market Paperback – August 29, 2017
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About the Author
- Publisher : HQN; Original edition (August 29, 2017)
- Language : English
- Mass Market Paperback : 416 pages
- ISBN-10 : 0373803990
- ISBN-13 : 978-0373803996
- Item Weight : 6.4 ounces
- Dimensions : 4.15 x 1.09 x 6.61 inches
- Best Sellers Rank: #345,931 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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A "sibling" book to the book I reviewed yesterday, as Felicity Knight is one of the young siblings of Daniel Knight from yesterday and she is a twin (her twin's story is tomorrow's book). Felicity Knight is one part of the owners of Bark Rangers a company the specializes in reliable dog walkers across Manhattan. She has built this business with her twin and loves the organization of it all. She has a relationship from the past that has popped back up and is the center of this story.
I love second chance romance and in Fliss and Seth case they really needed a second chance at love and as much as Fliss was trying to ignore her true feelings towards Seth in the end she had to face the truth and talk about their past in order to have a real future together.
Holiday in the Hamptons was funny, sexy and a fun summer read!
Second chance at love stories are quickly becoming my favorite trope and this book is a prime example as to why. It was so good! So much emotion...I found myself tearing up several times throughout the story.
So this story...
Fliss is one of three siblings. She's a twin with Harriet and they have an older brother (Daniel, I think, if I'm remembering right). They all grew up with the fear of their father, whose temper was legendary. He and Fliss were the two that got into it the most. Their summers were their escape when they'd all flee to the Hamptons, someplace their father rarely went. That changed on the twins 18th birthday. He showed up, ruining the day. Fliss escaped to the beach where she ran into 22 yo Seth. Seth was one of her brother's best friends. While he was comforting her, things got a bit out of control...and that's really all the reader knows.
Because then the book picks up 10 years later when Fliss lives in NYC and runs a dog-walking business with her twin sister. She's heard from Daniel that Seth is in town, in her area of town, working at the vet clinic where she takes her client's dogs. Not cool. She cannot run into him. So, when the opportunity arises to go help her grandmother in the Hamptons, Fliss runs.
What she doesn't know is that Seth was just in NYC temporarily and that he lives in the Hamptons. Oh, and he just happens to be the first person she runs into.
This story was so good. My heart hurt for both characters, but especially for Fliss. She grew up learning to protect herself by hiding her emotions. To show vulnerability of any sort to her father and he would exploit that. So, she's learned to bite back her responses, never allow herself to feel.
Seth knows all this. He and Fliss may not have been married for long, but he knows her better than anyone, possibly even better than her twin sister, Harriett does.
Their marriage may have ended, but the feelings never did for either of these characters. Fliss ran. Seth made the mistake of not chasing after her. But he's older now. He's not planning to make that mistake again.
Like I said, this book was just everything. It was emotional and sweet and heart-wrenching. I fell in love with both Seth and Fliss. I loved them, especially as they began to sort through things. Seth is the kind of guy that makes women swoon. He's going to fight for Fliss, for them, this time and that's a gorgeous thing.
I loved this story! Highly recommend!!
I received a complimentary copy of this book in return for an honest review, but purchased a print copy of the book to have on my keeper shelf.
Top reviews from other countries
This is part of a series which I haven't read and I enjoyed it as a standalone novel. It has interesting characters and a well flowing story which kept my interest right through until the end.
It is a story of second chances and reconciliation and of everyday misunderstandings. I enjoyed how there are several different character stories interwoven throughout the book.
A perfect book to snuggle on the sofa with on a chilly winter day or holiday read in the sun!
Thank you to NetGalley and the publisher for the opportunity to read this book in exchange for an honest review.