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Another blockbusting beach listen from 'Queen of the Summer Novel' (People) Elin Hilderbrand.

Their secret love affair has lasted for decades - but will it last one more summer?

For the last 28 summers, Alice and Tom have met to rekindle the passionate love affair they began all those years ago. Each married to someone else, with busy lives and happy families, they've managed to keep their secret and to keep their love alive. 

But nothing is forever. Tom's wife is in the national spotlight for her controversial and increasingly popular campaign for political office, and Alice has received a diagnosis that puts her future in doubt. Could their 28th summer together also be their last?

©2020 Elin Hilderbrand (P)2020 Hodder & Stoughton Limited

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Loving the book but Chapter 10 & 13 are repeated so this audio book is missing two chapters :(

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The best Elin Hilderbrand so far

I confess to being a little obsessed with Elin and her books on Nantucket as it is one of my favourite places in the world. In my next life I am coming back as a person who lives there. This book was just another level and had me hooked from the beginning to the end where I shed a tear. My only slight niggle would be when the narrator is voicing some of the men as she exaggerates a tad which can grate but that doesn't take away from the unusual story line. I particularly enjoyed the beginning of each chapter which talked about 'what are we talking about'

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  • Wendy
  • 23-08-20

Absolutely wonderful book

I loved this book. The story is good and the characters so alive. Unfortunately the narrater was not good at men's voices, otherwise she was excellent. The narrator did not put me off this book and I highly recommend it.

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