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One Golden Summer Paperback – June 16, 2020
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I just fell in love with the characters from the very beginning and they kept me captivated till the very end.
Highly recommended this one.
Kirsty lives in a small coastal village where she owns a wine shop which is struggling to bring in revenue. She is not the type to be looking for a relationship, especially after her last breakup. She has family and friends in the village and is content. She meets newcomer Ginger, A newly divorced woman who moved into town, after conversations they decide that Kirsty would arrange for Ginger to have a divorce party. Ginger and Kirsty develop a great relationship. Into this equation comes Saffron A young movie star who goes to the small coastal village to rest and get away from the hustle that goes with being a movie star. After a series of missteps Christy finds out that Saffron Is Ginger’s younger sister. When the two meet each women walks away with a negative impression of the other, however given that it’s a small village, they keep bumping into one another. As in attraction slowly grows both women internally acknowledge that they are attracted to one another. Both have a lot to lose with a relationship, the age difference being only one aspect, The other is that Kirsty is entrenched and loves her village and wine shop while Saffron will go back to making movies and moving all over between United States and London. A relationship just doesn’t seem possible, or is it?
The development of the secondary characters in this book did a lot to enhance the readers understanding of each of the characters better. The description of the environmental factors of the village by the sea, not to mention the oysters, made this reader want to live there. I do know that if I ever go to such a place I know that if I want an ice cream that I should order a number 99.