One Last Day of Summer
One Last Day of Summer is another delightful book from Shari Low that I was so happy to read and review.
As a flight to St Lucia leaves the runway, four passengers meet for the first time.
After escaping her controlling husband, Bernadette Manson is taking the first extravagant holiday of her new life. But when her best friend cancels, will she be strong enough to fly solo?
Tadgh Donovan is about to jet off to his destination wedding when he sees a shocking text. Has his bride-to-be written her wedding vows… or already broken them?
Hayley Ford is the wife of a top fertility specialist yet her battle to get pregnant has almost broken her marriage. Can a trip to the sun heal their relationship or should she brace for a crash landing?
Dev Robbins is crossing oceans to track down the woman he fell in love with at first sight. Will it be a one way trip to happy ever after or a return journey to singledom?
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My Review of One Last Day of Summer
They say that there are no coincidences and everything life throws as at us works out in the end. That couldn’t be more true of the four strangers who found themselves sitting in the same row of an aeroplance bound for St Lucia.
As they journey together, the author gives us an insight into each of their lives up to this point. We then begin to see their individual and joint stories evolve while aboard this aircraft. She really does a great job of reeling us in wondering how each of these individual’s stories will pan out and how they might impact their ‘row mates’!
Dev is throwing caution to the winds and following his heart to meet the woman he believes to be the love of his life. Tadgh, who was downgraded to fly economy, is going to his own wedding accompanied by his brother and friend. Bernadette is going for a holiday paid for by her ex-husband, and is alone because her friend had to cancel at the last minute. Hayley who is hoping that this holiday is the start of a new chapter in her marriage, finds herself among strangers, because her husband upgraded himself to First Class!
How these four people discover each other, talk and listen, console and motivate, makes for a fantastic read. I was totally invested in the story and enjoyed the conversations – the dark ones and the humourous ones. The four main characters were endearing and I was rooting for things to end well for them all.
As always, Shari did not disappoint with this story – managing to deal with emotional abuse, gaslighting, and unfaithfulness, while also making us smile with her lovely turn of phrase and funny situations.
A great summer read!
I’m always amazed by authors like Shari who consistently turn out such lovely stories that grab at your heart and stay in your mind for a long, long time.
Thank you to the author, Rachel of Rachel’s Random Resources,Boldwood Books and NetGalley for an Advanced Reader’s Copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.
Shari Low is the #1 bestselling author of over 30 novels, including My One Month Marriage and One Summer Sunrise and a collection of parenthood memories called Because Mummy Said So. She lives near Glasgow.