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A Girl Called Summer by [Lord, Lucy]
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Praise for Lucy Lord:

‘The perfect read to start the summer’ HEAT

‘A world of pure escapism’ The Love of a Good Book blog

About the Author

Lucy Lord is a journalist and columnist who has written for the Times, Guardian, Independent, Evening Standard, Time Out and Arena. Her favourite pastimes are reading, writing, lying in hammocks, lunching on beaches and throwing parties. She lives in London with her musician husband.


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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 1979 KB
  • Print Length: 401 pages
  • Publisher: HarperCollins (17 July 2014)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00C0U76HS
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Screen Reader: Supported
  • Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars 30 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #62,003 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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This book was brilliant. It was great to be back with Bella, Andy, Poppy, Damian, Ben and Natalia again and the new characters were very well written it felt like they had always been part of the gang. At first I couldn't stand Tamara but I gradually began to like her.
Andy and Bella live in Ibiza in this book and it is where they belong , just wish Poppy and Damian lived there too.
This book was so amazing that I felt that I was in Ibiza , I could imagine what places looked like.
I especially loved how Lucy Lord featured what had happened in previous books as it has been a while since I read Revelry and Vanity but it all came flooding back to me.
Congratulations Lucy on this brilliant read 'A girl called Summer' , I highly recommend it.
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I loved Lucy Lord’s previous novels Revelry and Vanity and I had been really looking forward to reading her latest book A Girl Called Summer.

Bella and Poppy are back and this time in Ibiza. Bella has bought a beautiful property in Ibiza with her partner Andy and they now have a beautiful daughter called Daisy. They are excited about leaving their hectic London life behind and working hard to refurbish their new house.

Summer Larsson is a fantastic character and I particularly enjoyed the the way that Summer and Bella’s friendship developed over the course of the book.

I loved meeting up with Bella, Poppy and Andy again, it felt like being reunited with old friends. The setting of Ibiza is so vividly described that I felt like I was there enjoying the summer sun and relaxed lifestyle. Like the previous two books there is lots of partying and scandal, which is what makes this such an exciting book.

This is a fantastic summer read that I highly recommend.
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In the third part of her Ibiza trilogy, Lucy Lord has reinvented her tearaway heroine, Bella, as a domestic goddess with a baby daughter and a creatively restored Ibiza farmhouse. When Jules, her best mate, brings a clutch of Tinsel Town A listers to stay for a fortnight, the scene is set for sex, sweat and tears. Summer is a Swedish ice maiden who ruthlessly toys with men's affections in pursuit of the Karma Sutra with no strings attached. Can gorgeous actor Jack, representing Hollywood with heart, smash her carapace and show her the path to commitment? Oh yes, but not until Lord has unravelled an emotional web that threatens to leave them stranded on opposite sides of the Atlantic. As a long term Ibiza fan who knows her Pachas from her Amnesias, she taps into the island's celebrated lust for pleasure 24/7. She also captures the zeitgeist with gourmet cooking, indulgent child care, meticulous interior decoration and yoga classes. No chance of putting this rip roaring page turner down. Just make sure you've got the air fare to Ibiza before you pick it up..
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If you think that Revelry and Vanity were good, then A Girl Called Summer will blow your mind! Fantastic story, fantastic location (I've never been to Ibiza but now I definitely want to go!), fantastic characters (new and old). I love that the story centres around Bella and Andy creating a new life in Ibiza and at the same time involves the great characters from the previous 2 books. Newcomer Summer is a beautiful girl and I love the way her friendship develops with Bella over the course of the book. Jack is TO DIE FOR - I'll say no more!!

In pure Lucy Lord style there is plenty of scandal, a lot of partying (am glad that Bella is no longer the full on party girl though!) and drama.

This book is a perfect read either on holiday or at home. I highly recommend this and have already bought a couple of copies for friends. Next question is 'Will there be a fourth instalment of this series?' I certainly hope so.
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Bella and Andy have escaped in search of a relaxed lifestyle on the sunny island of Ibiza, but with a run down house to make a home, will island life life be all it seems? Summer Larsson has always known Ibiza as her home, and sometimes it’s been lonely. But in Bella she has found the friend she’s always needed, and when Bella’s friends come along to visit, she may have found love as well…

I thoroughly enjoyed that in A Girl Called Summer, we met up again with Bella and Andy! I had missed them and always wondered about Bella so it was exciting to catch up with them and be with them as they started their new life in Ibiza. And what a place to have a new start!

This really is Summer in a book ! Lucy Lord is such a talented writer and with her descriptions effortlessly manages to transport her readers to her stunning locations in her novels. It genuinely felt like I had boarded a plane to Ibiza and stepped off of the plane into the glorious sunshine I could feel the warmth of the sun, I could sense the brilliant atmosphere and I could see the beautiful beaches in front of me.

Summer is exactly like her name – such a wonderful character and person – I really enjoyed reading about her, and I desperately want Summer for a friend. Summer’s friendship with Bella was one of my absolute FAVOURITE aspects of this book – I loved the interactions between them and the close bond that they had! Their friendship and closeness had me smiling lots.

I also feel like I NEED to mention Jack here – ladies you will SWOON over this gorgeous man! What started as a tiny crush has now exploded into full on love!
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