28 Summers

Review :

What will I be talking about during the Summer of 2020 How in her twenty-fifth novel, Elin Hilderbrand once again takes me to Nantucket and leaves me an emotional wreck.

Inspired by the film Same Time, Next Year, 28 Summers tells the tale of Mallory Blessing and Jake McCloud who meet one Labor Day weekend in Nantucket, the chemistry is instantaneous but each person recognizes they are different places in their lives and agree that each year they will reunite in that last week of August. As each year passes, their love survives amidst all the changes that life throws in their way.

I wouldn't have thought this book would have created such tumultuous feelings within but it did. A story about an affair between two people shouldn't make me cry but it has. I couldn't help but be pulled into Mallory and Jake's lives and I did want them to finally be together. As each year passes and Hilderbrand relates the news events that had us talking each of those 28 years, it seemed like time had stopped itself.

Make sure to use lots of sunscreen because this beach read is going to keep you glued to your towel!

Thanks to Netgalley and Little, Brown and Company for an egalley in exchange for an honest review.

Goodreads review published 17/05/20
Expected Publication Date. 16/06/20

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