Monday, 13 October 2014

Deliver us to Dublin...With Care - Aimee Duffy

Deliver us to Dublin...With Care (Summer Flings #7)Deliver us to Dublin...With Care by Aimee Duffy
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

The final instalment of Summer Flings - a fun, flirty and laugh out loud rom com series of short stories.

Miserable, lonely and broken hearted, Ciara returns to Dublin on a mission to sort out her life. A job is at the top of the list but a visit to the doctor has surprising repercussions.

She refuses to drift apart from her friends now that real life has begun, struggles to fit new relationships into her life and still has to deal with everything else fate throws her way.

But even Ciara should know that there's always something a little bit special to be found at the end of the rainbow...

The ideal summer treat for those relaxing days soaking up the sun.

So I have come to the end if the series and I am gutted. Saying that, this final instalment was perfect! I thought it was wrapped up nicely and for me it was the best yet!

Throughout the series I feel I have grown along with Ciara and the girls. I have felt them mature through the books and reach adulthood.

This is by far the best of the seven books I think and what swung it for me was the emails to one another. I am a sucker for emails/ texts/ letters in a book. I embrace the writing style and feel that in today's society bring a bit of realism to stories. I loved reading the emails between the girls.

So in this part, the girls at back home in Dublin and need to grow up and get jobs. Things are still at breaking point between Elle and Ciara, Gem is playing piggy in the middle. Zach is long gone an Ciara can't seem to move on.

Eventually Ciara finds her way and is unsure if she welcomes a distraction ( I don't want to say too much to give it away!)

I thought the storyline concluded brilliantly. Aimee is a talent young writer to look out for in the future. I would love to read not by her and perhaps visit the girls for Christmas one year? I feel their is still so much that Duffy could develop with these characters and I would love to continue on their journey with them.

Although this part of the series is the same length of the others I feel so much was covered in it and it felt a lot longer due to this. To me that was great as I didn't want the series to end.

I recommend everyone to read this series of novellas, it has everything you could possibly want in a series.

I would like to thank Aimee for sending me this copy in exchange for an honest review.

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