Having reviewed A Special Cornish Christmas by Phillipa Ashley on the My Weekly website here. I’m delighted to have the opportunity to review another of her books, A Golden Cornish Summer, for My Weekly today.
Published by Harper Collins imprint Avon on 23rd June, A Golden Cornish Summer is available for purchase through the links here.
A Golden Cornish Summer
Under the golden Cornish sun, buried treasure and family secrets will change Emma’s life forever…
Emma loved her life in the seaside village of Silver Cove. But when the discovery of sunken treasure ignited a feud between her family and that of Luke, her first love, everything fell apart. Heartbroken and betrayed, she fled.
Now, as she wades into the sparkling surf for the first time in fifteen years, she remembers everything she loved about this beautiful place. Then a huge wave knocks her off her feet. Wet and dripping, Emma is rescued by none other than Luke – who is, to her dismay, even more handsome than ever.
As their paths continue to cross, and Emma is reminded of everything she ran away from, she starts to wonder if returning home was a huge mistake.
Or could the real treasure have been waiting here for her all along?
A heart-warming read full of sun, sea, friendship and romance. Fans of Sarah Morgan and Trisha Ashley will be hooked from the very first page.
My Review of A Golden Cornish Summer
My full review of A Golden Cornish Summer can be found on the My Weekly website here.
However, what I can say here is that A Golden Cornish Summer is absolutely gorgeous, filled with community, the environment and different relationships. It’s one of my favourite reads this year.
About Phillipa Ashley
Phillipa Ashley writes warm, funny romantic fiction for a variety of international publishers. The first two books in her best-selling Cornish Café series made the Amazon Top 20 and Top 10 chart in 2016.
Phillipa lives in a Staffordshire village with her husband and has a grown-up daughter.