[Runaway Summer Polwenna Bay #1] EBOOK NEW

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  • Runaway Summer Polwenna Bay #1
  • Ruth Saberton
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  • 07 July 2020
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review Runaway Summer Polwenna Bay #1 Free download Runaway Summer Polwenna Bay #1 107 Ruth Saberton Ð 7 Free download N working her way into his affections and beneath his sheets The last thing Ella will tolerate is the reappearance of a rivalAs the holiday season approaches and seaside life gathers pace Jake suspects that Summer is keeping a huge secret from him But Summer is not the only person in the village with something to hide Is she just an echo of Jake’s past or are there far important matters at stake. Runaway Summer was my first book by Ruth Saberton I enjoyed this book so much I immediately headed to to buy the second one in the series and pre order the third I was rooting for Summer from the start she was such a likeable character When her secret is revealed to the readers but no one else I was urging her to confide in Jake or Morwenna Jake and Summer have history and you know as soon as they meet their feelings for each other have not been resolved The other characters who surround Jake and Summer all have interesting lives and you think I hope we get to hear about them Five stars for this book and I look forward to reading of Ruth s books

review Runaway Summer Polwenna Bay #1

Runaway Summer Polwenna Bay #1

review Runaway Summer Polwenna Bay #1 Free download Runaway Summer Polwenna Bay #1 107 Ruth Saberton Ð 7 Free download Elationship threatens to destroy all she holds dear that Summer finds herself returning to the place she knows so wellJake Tremaine has travelled the world but reluctantly finds himself drawn back to Polwenna Bay to run the family marina and take care of his unruly siblings While Jake knows his attention should be on the rescuing the business determined Ella daughter of a wealthy hotelier is set o. I would like to thank author Ruth Saberton for sending me a copy of this book in exchange for a fair and honest reviewWhen I first dived into the world of Polwenna Bay it is following Summer as she flees from London back to her home town a town she left as a sixteen year old to find fame and fortune The book is written in the third person and is from the POV of four of the main characters Summer Jake Mo and Jules There are lots of other characters in this story as there are seven in Jake and Mo s family and Summer also has two brothers To start with this can be a little confusing but Ruth takes her time to describe each character and I felt by the end of the book that I was beginning to know them allIn the past there had been secrets that were keeping Summer and Jake from being happy also Summer was hiding things now and despite everything they couldn t stay away from each other Mo has made decisions in the past and now that has affected them all and although deep down she knows she is wrong is driven by anger towards Summer for hurting Jake Jules is the local vicar and new to the area but she soon finds friends among the villagers of Polwenna Bay especially Jake s brother Danny and his son MorganI love the descriptions of Polwenna Bay and would love to be able to visit I fell Polwenna Bay is going to turn into a great series of books and am really looking forward to book 2 which I believe is Mo s story

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review Runaway Summer Polwenna Bay #1 Free download Runaway Summer Polwenna Bay #1 107 Ruth Saberton Ð 7 Free download Come and visit Polwenna Bay a beautiful Cornish fishing village full of drama and surprises and leave as a friendRunning AwaySince leaving Polwenna Bay for the bright lights of London actress Summer Trelawne has tried her hardest to never look back; Jake her childhood sweetheart let her down terribly and the beautiful Cornish village holds nothing but painful memories It’s only when a volatile r. When I mention something is a slow burner that is not necessarily a derogatory term as far as I am concerned and this book proved to be a slow burner of the decent type classificationNo surprises to going the phrase of a well known advert it does what it says on the tin and I would class as a no strings attached holiday or wet Sunday afternoon read that is pleasant and unassuming I enjoyed and will read the other books in the series because I am a nosy cow not because it was some huge piece of writing with major plot twists woven through itThe production values seemed very high indeed and I found no mistakes trust me when I say I look uite hard for them