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    Very witty with several parts that struck a chord

    I like romantic fiction for easy reading, but can find a some of it bland and unrealistic at times. I don't always relate well to the characters either. What I liked about this book is that the characters had flaws so seemed more real, and I enjoyed the humour.
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    Great book!

    When Annie received an unexpected letter from her great-aunt Alice she didn't even know about, she's a bit hesitant to even open it, but after reading it, she decides to pay a visit to Salt Bay. Annie doesn't have a family in London and she doesn't really like the idea of having a family or long term relations with anyone. She decided to visit Salt Bay for a short period of time, but as the circumstances require, she stays for a bit longer. At first she's a bit taken aback with the place and people, but the more she spends time in Salt Bay, it starts to feel like home. Annie spend a lot of time with Alice and also Kayla, who is a barmaid from Australia. Annie also meets a local man Josh and they both have their own reasons not to get along so well at first, but after getting to know one another more, they start warming up to each other. At first it seems that they come from different worlds, they have more in common that you'd have thought. It was a lovely debut novel. It sucked me in from the beginning and I was engrossed until I turned the last page. What I loved about this book was the small but tight community, well developed characters and the plot never got dull, there was always something going on that sparked your interest even more. As I have already said, I very much enjoyed this book and I can't wait to read the next book that takes place during Christmas.
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