|Holiday In The Hamptons - Sarah Morgan|
As the weather eventually begins gathering momentum and summer approaches, I find that I like to switch up what I'm reading, Suddenly, books about spending the summer months in sunnier climes. I can't even begin to think of how many shows I've seen and books I've read where New Yorkers head to The Hamptons for their summer holidays. It's clearly the done thing (and yes, I'm a little jealous!)
Fliss has her own reasons for escaping New York. She's avoiding someone, and her past. And the best way to do that? To get out of town and back to her childhood home, at least for a little while. Moving back to help her grandmother out, Fliss is hopeful that she can avoid her demons for a while, at least until she decides what to do next.
Of course, that's not how the best laid plans seem to go, so no sooner has she landed on the island, she runs into the last person she wants to see. Seth. A split-second decision to pretend to in fact be her twin sister, and Fliss thinks she's got away with this. But has she?
What is she so desperate to hide from? Will her secrets catch up with her? I rather liked Fliss, emotional and impulsive though she could be.