BOOK REVIEW SUMMER NIGHTS AT THE MOONLIGHT HOTEL BY JANE COSTELLO

‘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!

Firstly a big thanks to Books and the city for sending me a gorgeous review copy.I love janes books so I always know I’m in for a treat when she releases a new one.

This had it all and I really enjoyed it .

Funnily enough where this is set my son is visiting soon with his school .

I could relate to Lauren in regards to her love life and her mishaps and adventures are hilarious .

Jane writes the perfect book to escape to and in this book the location couldn’t be better.

Great characters who also have drama going on in their life especially one who is dealing with a subject I’m not sure ive actually seen covered in womens fiction before and it adds to the brilliance of the book .

A great book and was very lucky to have the oppournity to read months before its release .

Published 24th march

 

 

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