The Summer That Changed Us : The brand new uplifting and escapist read from the Sunday Times bestselling storyteller, Paperback / softback Book

The Summer That Changed Us : The brand new uplifting and escapist read from the Sunday Times bestselling storyteller Paperback / softback

Paperback / softback

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The new feel good read about three women searching for friendship in a sparkling seaside town, from your favourite storyteller Cathy Bramley'An emotional tale of friendship.

This is Cathy at her very best' Sarah Morgan'A wonderful story about how friendship gets you through hard times' Katie FfordeThe sparkling seaside village of Merle Bay, with its beautiful beach scattered with sea glass, is a place where anyone can have a fresh start. For Katie, it is the perfect hideout after a childhood trauma left her feeling exposed.

For Robyn, the fresh sea air is helping to heal her scars, but maybe not her marriage.

For Grace, a new start could help her move on from a heartbreaking loss.

When they meet on Sea Glass Beach one day, they form an instant bond and soon they're sharing prosecco, laughter - and even their biggest secrets... Together, the women feel stronger than ever before.

So can their friendship help them face old fears and find happy endings - as well as new beginnings?'A real treat.

No-one does friendship better than Cathy' Karen Swan'A sure fire hit - I loved it!' Sophie Cousens'Cathy's books never fail to make my heart sing and this was my favourite yet!

Witty, inspiring and full of joy, I absolutely loved it' Sarah Turner'I loved this brilliantly witty and wise novel, which so wonderfully celebrates the enduring power of female friendship' Isabelle Broom'Wise and warm, a compelling story of female friendships' Alex Brown'Empowering, tender and funny' Cressida McLaughlin'A heartwarming and emotional story about finding hope and friendship when life doesn't go as expected.

Comfort reading at its best' Fiona Lucas'Warm, witty and hopeful, if any book's going to uplift us right now, it's this one' Woman's Weekly'Uplifting, inspiring and full of hope, this is Cathy Bramley at her finest' My Weekly


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