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A Perfect Cornish Summer By Phillipa Ashley

A Perfect Cornish Summer
by Phillipa Ashley

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The first in a gorgeous new series from the author of Summer at the Cornish Cafe.

Summer is on the horizon, and the people of Porthmellow are eagerly awaiting the annual food festival. At least, most of them are...

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A Perfect Cornish Summer Summary


A Perfect Cornish Summer by Phillipa Ashley

The first in a gorgeous new series from the author of Summer at the Cornish Cafe.

Summer is on the horizon, and the people of Porthmellow are eagerly awaiting the annual food festival. At least, most of them are...

For Sam Lovell, organising the summer festival in her hometown is one of the highlights of her year. It's not always smooth sailing, but she loves to see Porthmellow's harbour packed with happy visitors, and being on the committee has provided a much-needed distraction from the drama in her family life (and the distinct lack of it in her love life).

When their star guest pulls out with only a few weeks to go, everyone's delighted when a London chef who grew up locally steps in at the last minute. But Gabe Matthias is the last person Sam was expecting to see, and his return to Porthmellow will change her quiet coastal life for ever.

Curl up with this gorgeous novel and savour the world of Porthmellow Harbour.

Authors love Phillipa Ashley's books...

`Scandals and secrets in the Scillies - sheer joy!' Katie Fforde

`A delicious festive treat with as many twists and turns as a Cornish country lane' Jules Wake

`Warm and funny and feel-good. The best sort of holiday read' Katie Fforde

`Filled with warm and likeable characters. Great fun!' Jill Mansell

`An utterly glorious, escapist read from a one of the freshest voices to emerge in women's fiction today. I loved every gorgeous page' Claudia Carroll

`Deliciously entertaining'
Liz Fenwick

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A Perfect Cornish Summer Reviews


Praise for Phillipa Ashley's books:

`Sheer joy!' Katie Fforde

`A delicious festive treat with as many twists and turns as a Cornish country lane' Jules Wake

`Warm and funny and feel-good. The best sort of holiday read' Katie Fforde

`Filled with warm and likeable characters. Great fun!' Jill Mansell

`An utterly glorious, escapist read from a one of the freshest voices to emerge in women's fiction today. I loved every gorgeous page' Claudia Carroll

`Made me want to run away to the Cornish coast immediately! Loved it!' Lorelei Mathias

`Ashley's writing is deft, sexy, and full of humour ' Trashionista.com

`Readers will enjoy the breezy style and repartee' Publishers Weekly (US)

`Sexy, funny and wonderfully romantic' SingleTitles.com

`A deliciously entertaining twist on the Poldark tale'
Liz Fenwick

About Phillipa Ashley


Phillipa Ashley writes warm, funny romantic fiction for a variety of world-famous international publishers.

After studying English at Oxford, she worked as a copywriter and journalist. Her first novel, Decent Exposure, won the RNA New Writers Award and was made into a TV movie called 12 Men of Christmas starring Kristin Chenoweth and Josh Hopkins. As Pippa Croft, she also wrote the Oxford Blue series - The First Time We Met, The Second Time I Saw You and Third Time Lucky.

Phillipa lives in a Staffordshire village and has an engineer husband and scientist daughter who indulge her arty whims. She runs a holiday-let business in the Lake District, but a big part of her heart belongs to Cornwall. She visits the county several times a year for `research purposes', an arduous task that involves sampling cream teas, swimming in wild Cornish coves and following actors around film shoots in a camper van.

Additional information

GOR009802808
A Perfect Cornish Summer by Phillipa Ashley
Phillipa Ashley
Used - Very Good
Paperback
HarperCollins Publishers
2019-05-15
416
0008316120
9780008316129
N/A
Book picture is for illustrative purposes only, actual binding, cover or edition may vary.
This is a used book - there is no escaping the fact it has been read by someone else and it will show signs of wear and previous use. Overall we expect it to be in very good condition, but if you are not entirely satisfied please get in touch with us.