A Summer to Remember by Sue Moorcroft

This is my first book by Sue Moorcroft. It is available beginning May 2, 2019.

Clancy has been devastated by the betrayal of her fiancĂ© and business partners in London and finds herself needing a place to live. She turns to Roundhouse Row, a group of cottages owned by her cousin Alice and Aaron, located in Nelson’s Bar. There she becomes caretaker of the property and of the residents of Roundhouse Row.
As Clancy moves into Nelson’s Bar she faces opposition from Aaron’s family and members of the community.

As Clancy’s acclimates to the Nelson’s Bar community, she juggles her job and budding romance with Aaron with the lives of her new found village friends.

The setting of the village of Nelson’s Bar was lovely and made me want to experience the real place. The introductory chapters started off promising,. However, I felt the book was too long and dragged on in spots. I found myself skipping chapters to fast forward through it. I felt there were too many secondary characters. And, with all the issues of the secondary characters, that Clancy and Aaron’s story kind of got lost.

Thank you #netgalley and #avonbooksuk for the early advanced copy to read and review.