Title: Summer at Conwenna Cove
Author: Darcie Boleyn
Blurb: In a gorgeous Cornish village, two brokenhearted people fall head over heels. But can the magic of Conwenna Cove heal the hurts of the past? A feel-good summer romance perfect for fans of Holly Martin, Phillipa Ashley and Jenny Hale.
Eve has a glittering career, a loving husband and a future. But a terrible twist of fate means she loses it all, and with nowhere left to turn she flees to her Aunt Mary’s home in Cornwall. The last thing on her mind is romance – until she meets Jack.
Jack has seen the worst things people can do to each other and realised he is better off alone. He settles in Conwenna Cove, and saves his affections for the rescue dogs he cares for. But when Eve arrives in the village he can’t deny his attraction to her.
Eve and Jack are both scared to trust, but when they come together it’s impossible for either to ignore their feelings. Can they put their fears aside and learn to love again?
Summer at Conwenna Cove is an emotional and heart-warming holiday read about being brave enough to take a chance on love.
Review: This was a first for me and Darcie Boleyn did not disappoint. I was totally lost in Conwenna Cove, so much so in fact I have read Christmas at Conwenna Cove too. I was also lucky to get a pre-publication copy from Canelo. I am part of the blog tour so will be posting me review for Christmas at Conwenna Cove on the 19th October.
This book has a feel of a Sarah Morgan book there are however a few differences that really add to the book.
Eve and Jack our main characters have emotional issues from their pasts. Darcie has written about them so well that you instantly feel connected with the characters and their stories. It has a real positive feel to the story and is very relatable. It made me stop and think about a few things in my life.
The characters are great but as for the setting there is one word to describe it and that is magical. From the place Cornwall with its beautiful beaches and cliffs, to the quant shops and friendly residents it is a place that feels so real in the pages of this book. Conwenna Cove is as much a part of the story as the characters are even more so.
I can’t praise this book enough.
I will defiantly be returning to Conwenna Cove again and again.