Published On: Fri, Aug 11th, 2017

The Olive Tree and The Summer Of Serendipity reviews


The Olive Tree by Lucinda Riley Pan, £7.99

It is more contemporary than her usual sweeping historical fiction but it is no less escapist for that and, if you haven’t booked a holiday, this will whisk you away to the glorious sunshine of Cyprus.

Helena has been left a crumbling house by her godfather. The aptly named Pandora is the keeper of many secrets within its walls. Pour a glass of rosé and get stuck in.

The Summer Of Serendipity by Ali McNamara Sphere, £7.99

There are light and frothy shenanigans on the west coast of Ireland as property seeker Serendipity Parker and her assistant Kiki search out the perfect house for their client.

Castles, lakes, legends and stags abound in the good-natured romantic comedy which has become McNamara’s trademark.

As she discovers the magical qualities of this breathtaking part of the world Serendipity is determined to uncover the secret behind the Welcome House and its mysterious owner. A novel full of Celtic charm.

VERDICT: 4/5


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