Review; One Summer in Santorini by Sandy Barker

Last year I recieved an ARC of the noel One Summer in Santorini by Sandy Barker through Netgalley. I read it shortly afterwards, but I haven't published my review until now.

Description from Goodreads
There was something in the air that night. . .

Sarah has had enough of men. It’s time to rekindle her first true love – travel – so she books a sailing trip around the Greek islands with a group of strangers.

The very last thing Sarah wants is to meet someone new… But then a gorgeous American man boards her yacht and she knows she’s in trouble. And when she also encounters a handsome silver fox who promises her the world, she realises that trouble really does come in twos.

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?

My Thoughts on the Book
One Summer in Santorini is a quick and light summer read. What annoyed me a bit was the love triangle-situation and the lack of resolution in relation of the guy situation. Also, not much was happening in the book, neither plot-wise or character development-wise.


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