Ten days, two men, one boat, and one big decision.
Sarah Parsons is on a mission to find her former fabulous self, the adventure-seeking traveller with a massive bucket list.
Step one: Trade in her cheating ex—a.k.a. the most boring man in the world—for a new leather handbag and a trip to Greece.
Step two: make her life bigger.
Step three: try not to panic while completing steps one and two.
Humiliated after discovering her boyfriend with her yoga bestie, Sarah breaks up with them both and decides it’s time to fall back in love with her first true love—travel.
She books the perfect trip to revive her humdrum life—ten days sailing the Greek islands on a yacht. Salty air, blue skies, the quiet pace of island life, and maybe making new friends—idyllic.
The very last thing Sarah wants is to meet someone new… But then a gorgeous American man boards her yacht and she knows she’s in trouble. And when she also encounters a handsome silver fox who promises her the world, she realises that trouble really does come in twos.
Will Sarah dive into a holiday fling, embark on a relationship, or stick to her plan – steer clear of men, continue her love affair with feta, and find her own way after all?
Praise for One Summer in Santorini
‘We’re all going on a summer holiday . . . full of gorgeous characters, hilarious hijinks, and romance aplenty.’ ~ Belinda Missen
‘A summery romantic debut from a fresh voice in romantic fiction. Made me want to pack my bags for the Greek islands this instant!’ ~ Phillipa Ashley
‘A fun and flirty escapist read.’ ~ Samantha Tonge
‘Sun, fun, romance and sailing—what more could you want?’ ~ Lucy Coleman
‘Warm, witty and wonderful.’ ~ Emma Robinson
‘There’s a new star on the horizon of romance writers and her name is Sandy Barker.’ ~ Dana L Brown
‘An absolutely brilliant holiday read full of love and laugh out loud moments!’ ~ Katie Ginger
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