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  • It gave me a glow of happiness

    Serendipity, or Ren as she likes to be called, is a property seeker. Her job is to find homes for her clients, when they can’t find them for themselves. When one of her clients wants a holiday/retirement home on the Emerald Isle, she sets off to find him that home with a list of requirements, oh and her assistant Kiki. After days of searching and finding nothing remotely close to what she is looking for, she soon becomes aware of a property up on a hillside. On closer inspection the, ‘The Welcome House’, as it is called, is perfect. There is just one problem, no one knows who owns it. The Summer of Serendipity is an enticing novel, bringing together a wonderful story, filled with friendly, realistic characters, gorgeous scenery, and a little bit of magic. Ren is a woman on a mission, she doesn’t like to fail, and has never given up on getting that one property that her clients want, no matter what, or who stands in her way. So when she is faced with trying to discover the owner of ‘The Welcome House’ she isn’t about to give up without a fight. But this is one fight she just may not win! Kiki, Rens assistant is hilarious. Her misconstrued knowledge had me often giggling to myself. Who would of thought that the ‘Emerald Isle’ wasn’t called that because of all the Emeralds on the island!! There are plenty of secondary characters too, with Finn, the hotel manager, and Eddie, one of the hotel staff, taking centre stage. The book is shrouded with mystery, from ghostly goings on, to a house that seems to be alive, and then there are the secrets that both Ren and Finn seem to be hiding. Weaving the main plot, with many subplots, the book is a real page turner. I was hooked from the beginning. The uplifting spirit that surrounds this book had me eager to keep reading. It gave me a glow of happiness, and I was fully invested in not only wanting to discover what secrets ‘The Welcome House’ was keeping, but I also enjoyed the romance that carefully invited itself into the book too.

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  • Read it!

    Romance with a hint of adventure! very enjoyable, one of her best.

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  • Quirky storyline

    I enjoyed this book, was a bit different from what I was expecting but would recommend

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