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  • Nice summer read

    Beth is leaving a bad marriage to a man she never loved. Her best friend suggests a vacation in Greece, a repeat of their last trip ten years prior. Beth has clearly been devoid of herself, fitting herself to what her ex husband wanted her to be. This isn’t so much a romance as it is a journey for Beth to find out who she is inside. As the book moves, Beth slowly evolves and finds inner strength to start over and reach for the dreams she had prior to her marriage. It’s her inner strength that also pushes her first love, Alex (who she reunited with in Greece), to find the courage to go after his dreams as well. Good story, with a nice second chance romance included and a happy ending. Nice read for all of us who have started over.

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  • Loved it

    5 Star review of One Last Greek Summer by Mandy Baggot Mandy Baggot is a relatively new author to me and if this book is anything to go by I will be reading more from her as soon as I can. Recently divorced Beth Martin returns to Corfu with her best friend Heidi, to reflect and make plans. They return to the land where they partied hard when younger and she again meets Alex, her first love, the man she never really got over. Can old flames re ignite the sparks from the past and create a bright future together, or are they destined to be apart forever? I loved the setting of this story and Mandy Baggot really brought Corfu to life for me; I felt I was there, such was her ability to transport me. Beautifully written with a great story line which kept me engaged throughout and often laughing.

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  • A lovely read

    A fun read but would have liked a more definitive ending

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  • Funny, colourful, and reflective!

    One Last Greek Summer is an engaging, summery read that takes us to the lovely island of Corfu and into the life of Beth Martin as she meanders through the loss of her mother, a recent divorce, a potential change of career, a rekindled romance from the past, and a holiday with her best friend Heidi where nothing goes as planned. The writing is effortless and lush. The characters are quirky, relatable, and lovable. And the plot is a charming mix of light drama, heartfelt emotion, funny mishaps, friendship, family, love, and second-chance romance. Overall, One Last Greek Summer is a heartwarming, breezy, delightful tale by Baggot that once again highlights her incredible ability to bring a country to life through her exceptional knowledge and passion for its food, landmarks, and culture.

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  • One Last Greek Summer

    I loved every page of this book. Every moment, I smiled until my cheeks ached. So much fun and laughter and a few tears to balance it all. A must read.

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