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Summer at Firefly Beach: The perfect feel good summer romance

‘Amazingly heartfelt and emotional. It’s not often that I come across a story that completely moves me to tears… Absolutely delightful.’ Mixing Reality With Fiction, 5 stars

A totally emotional, gripping page-turner from the bestselling author of The Summer House about the importance of family, re-discovering who you are, and the magic of finding true love under the summer sun. Perfect for fans of Mary Alice Monroe, Nancy Thayer and Susan Mallery.

Hallie Flynn’s favorite place in the world is her great Aunt Clara’s beautiful beachside house, with its inviting wraparound porch and enchanting views across the sparkling turquoise ocean. For Hallie, going to Firefly Beach, filled with magical memories, feels like coming home, but in one moment Hallie is left broken-hearted when her adored Aunt Clara passes away…

As always, Aunt Clara has thought of everything. In her last letter she included a bucket list Hallie wrote as a child, for Hallie to complete. Leaving her dead-end job and predictable schedule, Hallie returns to Firefly beach and embraces Aunt Clara’s words. All the time her childhood best friend Ben Murray, with his golden charm and infuriating ability to be right all the time, is by her side.

Spending the summer with Ben, as they enjoy drinks on the pier and endless talks stretched out in the soft sand, Hallie begins to remember the things that matter most to her. But following the bucket list isn’t an easy journey. It forces her to face the pain of her past as she starts to fall for the person who has been there for her all along…

Just as her heart is healing, an encounter with a newcomer to the beach town, wealthy and talented photographer Gavin Wilson, leaves her questioning her future and shows her she has to make a difficult decision that could mean losing everything.

Will Hallie be able to fulfill Aunt Clara’s last wish and change her life? Or will a secret she’s been keeping destroy her new beginning—and the chance to experience true love?

Why readers are falling in love with Summer at Firefly Beach:

‘I fell in love with this book from the very first page… simply beautiful and if you are a romance fan then this is one not to be missed. I loved it.’ Goodreads reviewer, 5 stars

‘So good I couldn’t put it down! I LOVED Ben and Hallie’s relationship so much… Go grab yourself a copy you won’t regret it!!’ Goodreads reviewer

‘This novel is honestly the perfect summer beach read… positive and uplifting… Also, Hallie and Ben? I’m obsessed. I loved their chemistry so much, I could not put the book down because I just HAD to know if they were going to end up together or not!’ Goodreads reviewer

‘I am a HUGE fan of Jenny’s work and I love her summer books… Ben is perfect. Oh man… I fell hard and fast for him…*Swoon*… This book is the perfect beach read… Grab a copy and curl up with a nice cup of tea (or wine! Wine is good!) and just escape to the beauty of Firefly Beach!’ Starcrossed Reviews

‘Oh how I love this book, and I cannot say enough good things about it… This is the perfect book for summer!… it will leave you with a humongous smile on your heart!’ Kristin’s Novel Café, 5 stars

‘Grab the tissues, curl up on your favourite chair, set aside a reading day and indulge in the new Jenny Hale book. I absolutely adored this book.’ Goodreads reviewer, 5 stars

‘A beautiful love story… I stayed up way too late to finish!… I could envision this beautiful beach town as if I was there… The end is pure perfection.’ Goodreads reviewer

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Comments

Anonymous says:

Emotional Insightful Read! Author Jenny Hale has written another superb, thought provoking novel probing the depth of family dynamics and love. Hallie and Ben, best friends since childhood, have an ongoing “best friend forever” relationship that became more complicated as time and events occurred. Both have had romantic relationships that just did not make the grade for a permanent commitment even though the other party seemed to fulfill the attributes they were looking for in a forever mate.Sometimes other…

Anonymous says:

Cute, but not a “page-turner” This is a cute story, but it’s not really a “page-turner”. I found myself wishing at least one character had a sliver of a dark(ish) side or something truly interesting about them. Everyone is sugary-sweet, wielding surface level Hallmark-esque qualities (which makes sense given the author’s genre, I know). But things feel too far removed from reality when they’re overly wholesome. It got tiring being in the head of this oblivious and basic protagonist, constantly on the verge of tears or…

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