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    The perfect escape, 5 stars 🌟 :

    Holiday in the Hamptons is exactly as the title suggests with beautifully written scenes which make you feel as if you are there at the beach and as always with Ms Morgan's books a love of dogs is a strong theme throughout. Our flawed heroine, Fliss has spent her whole life believing her father, that she wasn't good enough and that she'd fail but with her Grandmother's help she begins to see herself and the past more sensitively. As she begins to see herself through the eyes of first her grandmother then her twin sister and reconnects with her first and only love Seth who patiently shows Fliss how to overcome the past, they tentatively make a fresh start together until a phone call from Seth's sister rocks Fliss' confidence and she flees again, can Fliss and Seth finally clear the air and get over all the past hurt to move forward together? Ms Morgan writes such wonderful three dimensional characters that you find yourself willing them on and I particularly loved the update of past characters in the book, which encouraged me to look back at Ms Morgan's back catalogue to see if Matilda and Chase have their own story as the short synopsis we are given in this story certainly wet my appetite for more, for anyone interested you can find Chase and Matilda's story in Midnight at Tiffany's, my next read! In addition I hope Harriet, Fliss’ twin will be being getting her own story soon, as in my mind when she ran back to the Hamptons it was not only for her concern for her sister but also because there is a dog loving man she is trying to outrun! I thoroughly enjoyed Holiday in the Hamptons and felt it was interesting to see how Fliss’ character developed once this misconception she was the bad twin was corrected, even if those feelings never go away entirely. Fyi I received my copy from NetGalley however, this does not influence my opinions.
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    Witty and adorable!

    To my shame, this is the first Sarah Morgan novel I have read - but it most certainly won't be the last. We've all done things when we're young and daft but few of us got married at speed and 'repented at leisure' as Fliss and Seth did. Toss into the mix two entirely different family backgrounds - one open and loving partner along with one closed-up and wary - and things don't work out quite as they thought it would. Now fast forward ten years and meet again .. and you get this compelling and satisfying read. Lots of side interests in this one too! A twin sister, elderly grandmother, interfering sibling,pregnant friend - not to mention the Poker Princesses! I loved the scene with Fliss and writer Matilda where the latter was explaining how she builds characters for her books - Sarah, your secrets are out! This is a really warm read featuring true-to-life characters and situations in the most wonderful settings but in no way a 'shallow' read - this book has real depth to it. I actually went to sleep leaving the last few pages to read in the morning as I could hardly bear to finish it and leave the Hamptons behind! I have no hesitation in recommending this novel to readers looking for a warm, fun, compassionate, witty and adorable read with charismatic characters and fabulous writing. An ideal summer novel. I received an arc via Net Galley in exchange for my honest and unbiased review.
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    REVIEW: Holiday in the Hamptons by Sarah Morgan I have just spent a wonderful afternoon in the Hamptons courtesy of this book, again Sarah Morgan has written a powerfully moving romantic story about second chances. The story of Fliss and Seth may be my favourite and I know I say that every time a new book of hers comes out, but I can honestly say this book is her best yet The character of Fliss, a twin who protects her sister from an overbearing dad, is a beautifully flawed character, who's past has shaped every thought and decision she makes. Scared of showing emotion, in case it gets used as a weapon against her, she keeps her feelings to herself and rather than face a conversation with her ex husband, she runs to the Hamptons to look after her grandmother after she has a fall. The way Fliss thinks about herself is heartbreaking, and it's just so beautiful when she starts to see herself through those she loves eyes. Especially Seth, he is so loving and patient, giving Fliss the time she needs as well as some home truths she needed to hear. This book is romance at perfection, and I just can't wait to read Harriet's story, see what she's made off now she's out from behind her sisters shadow 5*****

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