Summer Secrets by Jane Green – a review.

Book Title: Summer Secrets

Author: Jane Green

Pages: 376

Blurb: June, 1998. At Twenty-seven, Cat Coombs is struggling. She lives in London, works as a journalist, and parties hard. When she discovers the identity of the father she never knew she had, it sends her into a spiral. She makes mistakes that cost her the budding friendship of the only women who have ever welcomed her. And nothing is ever the same after that.

June, 2014. Cat’s life has come full circle. She wants to make amends to those she has hurt. Her quest takes her to Nantucket, the gorgeous New England island where the women she once called family still live. What Cat doesn’t realize is that these women, her real father’s daughters, have secrets of their own. As the past collides with the present, Cat must confront the darkest things in her own life and uncover the depths of someone’s need for revenge.

Review: Jane Green is one of my favourite authors. I have loved all her books. When I saw this on the shelf in Tesco, I was excited to see that the cover is made form a soft material and it is so beautiful.

Here is the amazing cover.

Summer Secrets is well written and covers so many emotions that as a reader I felt them all the way through. I could really relate to Cat. We all make mistakes in live and we all have to face them one way or another. I really enjoyed reading about all the emotions that Cat went through to then evaluate them and sort out her life.

Jane really brings the characters and places featured in this story to live. I thought I could see how the story would end but was proofed wrong which, is something that I love to happen.

This is another great book from Jane Green.



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