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The Summer Guest Read & download Ù 100 î ❮EPUB❯ ✸ The Summer Guest Author Emma Hannigan – Dogsalonbristol.co.uk Perfect for fans of Maeve Binchy a lovely warm Irish family saga of three generations of women coming together one magical summer in the small seaside town of Caracove Bay A little magic is about to c PerfPerfect for fans of Maeve Binchy a lovely warm Irish family saga of three generations of women coming together one magical summer in the small seaside town of Caracove Bay A little magic is about to come to sleepy Caracove BayLexie and her husband Sam have spent The Summer PDFEPUByears. I had mixed thoughts about this novel I had to really work at suspending disbelief to accept that Lexie would so easily invite a complete stranger into her home as she did when Kathleen knocks on her door Sure there were extenuating circumstances in that Kathleen had been born in the house on Cashel Suare sixty years earlier and had lived there for the first years of her life but even so And then Lexie and Sam invite her to stay I don’t consider that a spoiler as the title virtually gives that away anyway Kathleen had not been back to Caracove Bay and Cashel Suare since she was a child Her life was in America with her husband Jackson who was portrayed beautifullyLexie also shares her home at times with her niece Amelie Despite Lexie’s comment that Amelie was ‘a great kid’ which others in the story reiterated I did not agree I thought she was a selfish brat As for Lexie’s mother Penelope she was an interfering old bat I’m glad I never had a mother like that And I spent a lot of the time not that fussed on Lexie either One minute she was generous to a complete stranger but a lot of the time she was selfish When it came to Amelie Lexie was at times irresponsible The character I most liked was Kathleen She was lovely as was Jackson And I felt sorry for Lexie’s husband Sam I didn’t think he was allowed much of a hearing from Lexie on the subject of changing plans and having a child Despite not being able to relate to or even like some of the main characters I still enjoyed the novel and the way relationships develop and issues are dealt with It is the second book I have read by this author and while I didn’t rate it as highly as The Secrets We Share I thought it was a still a pleasant way to spend a few hours and I had some teary eyes towards the end

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Of losing her husbandAnd as Lexie and Sam battle over whether or not to have a baby and Kathleen struggles with her loss the two women realise their unexpected friendship will touch them in ways neither could have imaginedIn Caracove there's than a pot of gold at the end of the rainbow. As usual I'm going to begin my review by swooning over Emma's stunning cover for The Summer Guest Take a look readers Isn't it just sublime Everything about that cover is what I LOVE The gorgeous blue sky the pretty garden seats It reminds me of beautiful summers spent sitting in the garden with the sun shining down laughing eating and drinking wine I can't swoon over this cover even if I tried It is such an eye catcher I found The Summer Guest to be a smooth easy read but Emma still managed to slip in some real life issue that really gave the story a bit of oopmh Some dramatic some happy and some just plain sob inducing With these real life issues added to the mix as well the warm homely undertone that rolled through it too I was hooked Emma's characters were wonderfully put together and I found them all to be true delight I became so involved with them that I was uite concerned about what Emma had planned for them You have Lexie and Sam the young gorgeous couple who are living happily in their newly renovated home No3 Cashel Suare You have Kathleen who travels all the way from America to visit her childhood home There's a real sense of nostalgia when it comes to Kathleen which at times made me teary eye but then at other times made me smile in happiness As well as those fantastic characters there's also Lexie's hormone charged teenage niece Amelie who reminded me so much of my own sister At a time in her life where exams are taking over stress is ruling and friends have a huge influence it's a good job Amelie has her auntie Lexie to try and keep control of things I adored the relationship between Amelie and Lexie it was so lovely to witness There's a wonderful mix of people involved in this adorable story and it was just an absolute pleasure to read Emma Hannigan creates such cosy and picturesue settings I just wanted to live in this story and meet all of these fabulous characters Perfectly written with a twisting story line that will grab hold of your heart in its hands The Summer Guest by Emma Hannigan is receiving a rating of 55 from Becca's Books this is going to be a MUST to read during the summer sitting in the garden and sipping a glass of wine

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The Summer GuestLovingly restoring No Cashel Suare to its former glory So imagine Lexie's delight when a stranger knocks on the door asking to see the house she was born in over sixty years agoKathleen is visiting from America longing to see her childhood home and longing for distraction from the grief. There were too many moments in the first 30% to make me want to read on Shallow self centred individuals who are materialistic and money minded The elderly woman from the US was just too far fetched for my liking