Escape deep into the English countryside in this perfect summer’s day read. Fans of Alexandra Potter and Katie Fforde won’t be able to resist.
Nina Elliot is tired of her life. She’s not sure how it happened but, somewhere along the way, she lost track of where it was all going.
So one fateful day, she makes a brave decision: she’s going to leave it all behind. Taking a job deep in the English countryside, Nina does just that. Ensconced at the Old Mill, she settles into daily life with the Milton family, where she works as a researcher for author Dudley.
With endless summer days stretching out ahead of her, Nina couldn’t be happier. But her quiet life is soon interrupted when the handsome Milton boys return home – for they plan to make sure this really is a summer to remember…
Relax and enjoy a breath of warm summer air with every turn of the page in the delightful new novel from Victoria Connelly – bestselling author of Wish You Were Here.
What readers are saying about One Summer to Remember:
“This author never fails to deliver a really fab read… had me gripped from the first few chapters.” Reader review
“If you love a good book with a happy ending then this is for you” Reader review
“Perfect summer read” Reader review
“I absolutely adored this book. You could almost feel the warmth of the sun, smell the roses and hear the birdsong.” Reader review
“Such a sweet book about the romance of summer months… The story unfolds thick and fast and made me want more!” Reader review
“Brilliant read. Great characters, lovely story. You can really escape into the story” Reader review
Praise for ‘A Summer to Remember’:
‘A perfect holiday read.’ Hello!
Praise for Victoria Connelly:
'Sunshine on a rainy day.' Lisa Jewell
‘Witty and original.’ The Romantic Novelists' Association
'Victoria writes with a deliciously light touch and joyous enthusiasm.' Fiona Walker
About the author
Victoria Connelly was brought up in Norfolk and studied English literature at Worcester University before becoming a teacher in North Yorkshire. After getting married in a medieval castle and living in London for eleven years, she moved to rural Suffolk with her artist husband and ever-increasing family of animals. She has had three novels published in Germany – the first of which was made into a film.
To find out more about Victoria Connelly please visit www.victoriaconnelly.com.