Friday 4 March 2022

Review of One Last Summer by Emma Rossi

After her mother checks herself into a mental health retreat, seventeen-year-old Cyra Burton is sent to spend her entire summer with her Gran in Paradise Bay. She hasn’t returned to Paradise Bay since her father walked out on her and her mum five years ago. Cyra meets Riley, a bubbly and beautiful local who is determined to get out of Paradise Bay. But before she leaves, she wants to make her last summer the best yet. She persuades Cyra to join her on a quest to fulfil her bucket list of all the items she wants to complete before permanently leaving Paradise Bay and beginning their lives as adults.

It quickly becomes apparent that Cyra and Riley are more than friends, but Cyra keeps her at arm’s length as she believes that anyone she lets close always leaves. It seems that the only way around it is that they become a summer fling, which has a definite expiration date. However, in a small town like Paradise Bay, Cyra can’t seem to escape the past and it may just ruin her whole summer.


My Review: 5 STARS

I picked this up because the cover and blurb called to me, and I was in the mood for a nice sweet romance, and I have to say that I was blown away by how good this was. I loved Cyra and Riley and reading through their romance, the ups and downs, the twists and turns, filled my heart with joy. I ended up reading the whole thing in one sitting and adored the ending, adored the way it all came together. It was beautifully told, and the character arcs were so well formed and relatable. Overall, a beautiful summer romance, with gorgeous themes and characters. Highly, highly recommended!

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