The Top 10 bestseller!
A brand new summery story about returning to your past and finding a new beginning from bestselling author Jenny Oliver!
Every Summer has its own story…
For Ava Fisher, the backdrop to all her sun-drenched memories – from her first taste of chocolate-dipped churros to her very first kiss – is her grandmother’s Summerhouse in the sleepy Spanish seaside town of Mariposa.
Returning for one last summer, Ava throws herself into a project her grandmother would be proud of. Café Estrella - once the heart of the sleepy seaside village - now feels more ramshackle than rustic. Just like Ava, it seems it has lost its sparkle.
Away from the exhausting juggle of London life, Ava realises somehow her life has stopped being…happy. But being back at the Summerhouse by the sea could be the new beginning she didn’t even realise she needed…
PRAISE FOR JENNY OLIVER
‘Brilliantly written, this is packed full of humour and there is a wonderful thread of love… A perfect holiday read.’ – The Sun
‘This book made me want to fly to Spain and dance on the beach with a glass of sangria in my hand. The perfect summer read.’ – Sarah Morgan
'Jenny Oliver writes contemporary women's fiction which leaves you with a warm, fuzzy feeling inside.’ – Books with Bunny
‘Intelligent, delightful and charming! The writing is exquisite.’ – What’s Better Than Books
‘a very uplifting story full of happy endings and guaranteed to make you smile….’ – Goodreads
‘A perfect summer read’ – This Price Is Usually Right
'A sprinkling of festivity, a touch of romance and a glorious amount of mouth-watering baking!' – Rea Book Review
'…it was everything I enjoy…I couldn’t find a single flaw in the book.' – Afternoon Bookery
‘Gorgeous descriptions [and] copious amounts of delicious baking that’ll make your mouth water…what more could you ask for?' – Bookboodle
‘I didn't want to put the book down until I had reached the very last word on the last page.’ – A Spoonful of Happy Endings
About the author
Jenny Oliver wrote her first book on holiday when she was ten years old. Illustrated with cut-out supermodels from her sister's Vogue, it was an epic, sweeping love story not so loosely based Dynasty. Since then Jenny has gone on to get an English degree and a job in publishing that's taught her what it takes to write a novel (without the help of the supermodels).