My Map of You

What are your recommendations for holiday reading whilst topping up your tan?

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My Map of You

Post by Al » Fri Mar 02, 2018 6:14 pm

Hi All

I will start by saying I personally have not read this book but my wife has read all the books by Isabelle Broom and really enjoyed them, easy to pick and not to heavy,, other books by Isabelle worth checking out are:-

Then Now Always / A Year And A Day / The Place We Met / The Wedding Speach / Olivensommer: Roman and soon to be released One Thousand Stars and You.
All available on amazon / Waterstones and I know My Map Of You is available on audio books

A little insight to "My Map of You" by Isabelle Broom.

"" Holly Wright has had a difficult few years. After her mother's death, she's become expert at keeping people at a distance - including her boyfriend, Rupert.
But when Holly receives an unexpected letter explaining that an aunt she never met has left her a house on the Greek island of Zakynthos, the walls she has built begin to crumble. Arriving on the island, Holly meets the handsome Aidan and slowly begins to uncover the truth about the secret which tore her family apart. But is the island where Holly really belongs? Or will her real life catch up with her first ""

So if you're looking for some reading material for holidays then check out Isabelle Broom

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Re: My Map of You

Post by Drea1 » Sat Mar 10, 2018 12:18 pm

My Map of You is a great little read. it’s a fantastic book, full of love, laughter and little twists. Isabelle writes with passion and complete knowledge of the locations.
If you are lucky to read when on the beautiful island of Zante, you will enjoy linking the travels of Holly, to existing tavernas and places. Isabelle’s descriptive talent allows you to easily visualise Holly’s surroundings as the story unfolds.
A book full of memories, smiles and familier places. Isabelle has a deep love for the island, and has managed to combine this with a wonderful story, producing both happy and sad tears when I read it, on a sunbed by the pool in my favourite Kalamaki.
I totally recommend this and all of Isabelle’s books, they are full of easy reading stories, beautiful locations and very likeable characters.
Enjoy :D

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