Title: A Holiday to Remember
Author: Susanne O’Leary
Genre: Holiday (Summer), Romance, contemporary fiction
Pages: 296 pages
Publication Date: 15th August 2018
My Rating: 3/5
After reading all the lovely Christmas holiday books I needed a virtual holiday to used this book as a trip to the Med. I hope you enjoy my review!
When I picked up this novel, I didn’t realise that it was the second book in a series. My review may be lower than others because I felt as though I didn’t fully connect with the characters, which I possibly could have done more having read the first in the series.
The front cover has a pretty bold claim – laugh out loud funny. I think I may have giggled once or twice but that’s about as far as it went. Unfortunately, this wasn’t the case and I don’t like claims that books can’t live up to.
The book has gorgeous descriptions and visits some fantastic places in the Med and Adriatic Sea. I think that’s what helped me to carry on reading as I may have struggled at times otherwise. It was a very cliched fall in love with the gorgeous Italian hunk at points but did have a redeeming twist towards the end of the book.
It was a light-hearted read but there’s so many different relationships that keep happening it’s hard to keep track at times. I loved the travelling and the blogging aspect of the story and I wish I’d read the previous book beforehand – I may have appreciated this more.
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