I hope you had a great end to your August!! We have got so many exciting things planned for the next couple of months and I cannot wait to get back into a blogging schedule properly.
We are back with another book review (what did you really expect) but this time we are bringing spring/summer vibes with it. This review involves a love triangle and a little bit of self-love and badass woman vibes. This is a book I read literally in two days and had my housemates dying with laughter because I forgot that the back of the book mentioned the introduction of a new character a second guy and I will be honest with you I was not happy about it.
ONE SUMMER IN SANTORINI
After a humiliating breakup, Sarah decides it’s time to fall back in love with her first true love—travel. She books the perfect trip to revive her humdrum heartbroken life—ten days sailing the Greek islands on a yacht.
The last thing she wants is to meet someone new, but Sarah soon finds herself flirting with the cute American, Josh, and considering something more serious with the sexy silver fox, James.
Will Sarah dive into a holiday fling, embark on a relationship, or stick to her plan – steer clear of men, continue her love affair with feta, and find her own way after all?
Ten days, two men, one boat, and one big decision.
One summer in Santorini is a true love story not only between a love triangle of three amazing characters but the love story of a woman who is lost and not sure of what she wants to do after a pretty rough break up. I love the way Sarah the main character carries herself at all times especially when met with some unnecessary backlash from a holiday romance that could potentially be more.
I find that often you pick a book up its because you may need it in your life and for me, in a weird way this book was exactly that. It came about during a time of stress and confusion. It very much was a welcome distraction to lose myself in the novel and Sarah’s adventures of the Greek Island. Sarah spends her summer sailing from one island to the other in a boat, a nice American man on board and all the romantic possibilities along the way.
This book certainly makes you want to travel to Greece and lose yourself in the magical possibilities of the most stunning islands. Throughout this novel, you tend to grow attachments to the characters and find yourself wanting to learn more about their life stories.
I have to give you a warning though this book is left on a slight cliff hanger and I promise you it will make you want to read the next book.
Also rereading this in 2021 just makes me miss travelling.
Have you read this book? What did you think? Have you been to Greece?