Meet Me At Beachcomber Bay by Jill Mansell – Review 

Meet Me At Beachcomber Bay is the new novel from one of my all time favourite Romantic writers; Jill Mansell, due for publication in June next year. I’ve a strong feeling that it’s going to end up on my top 10 summer reads of 2017. 

Set in St Carys, a fictional town in Cornwall which Jill created for one of her other novels The Unpredictable Consequences of Love. 

The story follows Clemency an estate agent and her step sister Belle along with a host of their friends and neighbours. From Kate the postwoman who has a secret even she doesn’t know, to Marina who seems nothing more than an extremely kind painter but holds her own secrets which could blow some of the other characters worlds apart. 

What I like about Jill’s writing is that despite there always being a happy ending (that’s not a spoiler we all know it happens in chic lit), what she writes is still interesting and there’s more than one twist and turn along the way, let’s just say the happy ending isn’t always the one you expect! 


Despite this being her 28th book (Wow!) the storylines are always fresh and original and most importantly take into account changing times. A beautiful summer read perfect for a day on the beach. 

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