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Summer at Buttercup Beach

Hope Island Series, Book 2
Narrated by: Penny Andrews
Length: 7 hrs and 26 mins
Categories: Fiction, Chick Lit
4.5 out of 5 stars (9 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

For two years, Freya has hidden her love for her best friend, Rome. But he has never shown any sign of feeling the same...until now.

Yet, Rome has a damaged heart. After losing his fiancée, he hasn't allowed himself to fall in love again.

Freya has already had her heart broken by a man who couldn't let go of the past. Can she risk it happening again? Are they brave enough to take a chance?

©2017 Holly Martin (P)2017 W. F. Howes Ltd

Critic Reviews

"A beautifully written, feel good, fun, charming tale that grabs you from the first page. Adored it and highly recommend to everyone." (Renita D'Silva, author of Monsoon Memories, on Spring at Blueberry Bay)

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laugh out loud feel good funny

such a good book laughed out loud giddy yes she could have used more confidence

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  • Anna Fern
  • 06-07-19

Really dull

Really never got off the ground! Dreary and unadventurous! Found it difficult to get through !

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  • Bee
  • 03-26-19

Oozes cheesy love

A bit over cheesy but I still really enjoyed. A bit annoying at times as there were too many silly misunderstandings but as I said I enjoyed it all the same

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  • Anna Turner-Cobbold
  • 07-13-18

Annoying

The struggle was real with this book.

After 5 attempts to listen to the story I finally managed to get to the end of it. It was so disappointing, the plot was predictably, throughout the book it was slushy drivel, where nothing much happens.
Freya (I think that's her name) is Wet, annoying and needs a reality slap.

I feel like I was cheated out of a title for my 241

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  • The Artful Dodger
  • 10-30-17

Gaah!

I have really enjoyed the authors previous books, but my enjoyment of this book was overshadowed by the incredible annoying, whining, stupidly insecure, self-destructive, self-centered main character, Freya. My ears are bleeding after listening through her many tedious internal monologues. The highlight of this book was definitely the loveable and awkward character Finn.

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