The main character of the story seems to have a very priviliged life but at the same time does not want her parents to see her as a failure. I found it a bit frustrating when she was getting stressed over the small stuff.
I have to say that Seashell Cove sounds like an idyllic spot to spend a bit of time! Luckily for me, I got to spend a bit of time there via this book and I enjoyed every moment of it.
Cassie has been through a bit of a rough patch in the "big smoke", London in this instance, and comes home to Seashell Cove to lick her wounds. Her parents are lovely people who work hard, have a great relationship and want the very best for their children. So, what does that actually entail for Cassie and her brother Rob?
This is such a gorgeous book about friendship, family ties, trying to figure out what really brings you joy..... Yes, it is chick lit, but it is a bit of a thinker of a book as well.
I loved it. 4.5 stars from me :)
Thank you to NetGalley and Bookouture. All opinions expressed are entirely my own.