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She has a dream...now she's going to live it!

When her beloved grandmother, Marnie, passes away, Laurel is left with a small inheritance and a note telling her to follow her dreams. As she and Marnie always did in difficult times, Laurel turns to her ABBA albums and her favourite film, Mamma Mia! Without pausing for thought, she grabs her passport, dons her best dungarees, and jets off to Skopelos for her own Meryl-inspired adventure.... 

Laurel books into the faded but charming Villa Athena and befriends its eccentric owner. As she explores the island's famous sights and finds herself caught between the attentions of a handsome writer and the charms of Athena's grandson Nikos, Laurel is having the time of her life.... But should she return to her life in London, or could this be where she truly belongs?

©2018 Annie Robertson (P)2018 Orion Publishing Group

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  • Jake Farrell
  • 13-11-2018

Simply Amazing!

I went into this novel thinking it would be a Mamma Mia clone but boy was I wrong. It was like being transported back in time to my memories of the sun on my face and Athena reminded me so much of my own Yaya and towards the end I found myself in tears. I can not recommend this read enough!