The Summer That Changed Us (Paperback)
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The Summer That Changed Us (Paperback)

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Paperback 416 Pages
Published: 03/03/2022
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Full of warmth, tears and sunshine, this moving celebration of the incredible power of friendship from the author of Merrily Ever After finds three women - each scarred in a different way - bond in an idyllic seaside town.

Shortlisted for The British Book Awards 2023 Pageturner Book of the Year

The sparkling seaside village of Merle Bay, with its beautiful beach scattered with sea glass, is a place where anyone can have a fresh start.

For Katie, it is the perfect hideout after a childhood trauma left her feeling exposed. For Robyn, the fresh sea air is helping to heal her scars, but maybe not her marriage. For Grace, a new start could help her move on from a heartbreaking loss. When they meet on Sea Glass Beach one day, they form an instant bond and soon they're sharing prosecco, laughter - and even their biggest secrets...

Together, the women feel stronger than ever before. So can their friendship help them face old fears and find happy endings - as well as new beginnings?

Publisher: Orion Publishing Co
ISBN: 9781409186823
Number of pages: 416
Weight: 291 g
Dimensions: 196 x 128 x 32 mm


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Praise for Cathy Bramley from some of your other favourite authors:

A story bursting at the seams with sunshine - Milly Johnson

Filled with warmth and laughter - Carole Matthews

Full of joy and hope after heartbreak...a delightfully uplifting, inspiring read - Fiona Gisbon

A ray of sunshine - a joyful book full of light and hope - Phillipa Ashley

A heart-warming and joyous story of second chances that will melt your heart - Fiona Lucas

A book full of warmth and kindness. I loved it - Sarah Morgan

A gorgeously romantic comfort read - Rachael Lucas

Delightful - Katie Fforde

Delightfully warm with plenty of twists and turns - Trisha Ashley

The Summer That Changed Us simply swept me away... A gorgeous read with vibrant, realistic women, sensitively faced issues and heroes you'll want for yourself - Pernille Hughes

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Lucy-Bookworm

“Delightfully unexpected summer read”

This is an absolutely delightful book!
Set in the quiet seaside resort of Merle Bay, the book follows three women who didn’t know each other until they bumped into each other on the beach and became firm friends.
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“The Summer That Changed Us by Cathy Bramley”

The Summer That Changed Us by Cathy Bramley is a wonderful, feel good story about three women who all meet at Merle Bay and become good friends and their own support network. Grace, Robyn and Kate all live in Merle... More

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“Wonderful book!”

I loved this book about a trio of women who all lived by the sea in Merle Bay but didn't know each other until they bumped into each other on the beach (a very funny meeting) and started a wonderful friendship.... More

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