I’ve been reading Jane Costello’s novels for quite a while (before my blogging days). I really enjoy the stories she creates.
In 2012, All The Single Ladies was a keeper for me. The Wish List came next in 2013 and The Time of Our Lives in 2014 (click on the links to read my reviews on the old WordPress blog). The Love Shack (2015) I bought in audio book format but haven’t managed to listen to it yet.
When a proof copy of Summer Nights at the Moonlight Hotel came through my letterbox I was jumping up and down and cheering. I love the way books have the power to affect our emotions 🙂
Here’s more about Summer Nights at the Moonlight Hotel publishing in March.
Paperback: 496 pages
Publisher: Simon & Schuster UK; Paperback Original edition (10 Mar. 2016)
‘LEARN TO SALSA DANCE,’ the card in the shop window read. ‘Experience the red-hot vibes of Latin America right here in the Lake District. Beginners and singles welcome.’
Lauren Scott lives in ‘The most romantic place in Britain’, but her love life is about as successful as her mountain climbing skills. The man she’s obsessed over for two years has proposed to someone else – and her only solution is to save up for six months to go travelling, so she never has to set eyes on him again.
But when her friends sign her up for a dance class – in the same historic hotel where her beloved dad worked and her most precious childhood memories were formed – Lauren makes a horrifying discovery. It’s been sold to a faceless budget chain, which has depressing plans in store. Worse, the entrepreneur behind it all turns out to be among a group of guys her friend Cate roped in to join the very same salsa class they’ve signed up for….
Jane Costello’s funniest book yet – a story of love, friendship and some serious hip action . . . Get in the mood to mambo!
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