One Summer

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  • Paperback
  • 464 pages
  • One Summer
  • Roisin Meaney
  • English
  • 20 April 2019
  • 1444706810

About the Author: Roisin Meaney

Is a well-known author, some of his books are a fascination for readers like in the One Summer book, this is one of the most wanted Roisin Meaney author readers around the world.


One Summer On Roone, An Island Off The West Coast Of Ireland, Stands A Stone Cottage By The Edge Of The Sea The Locals Are Convinced That It Brings Luck To Those Who Live There And Nell, Its Current Owner, Is Certain There S Something To It After All, It Drew Her Back To The Island From Dublin And It Brought Her Tim, Her Fianc , Whom She S Set To Marry In A Few Short MonthsSo When Nell Decides To Rent Out The Cottage During The Summer To Raise Money For Her Wedding, Deep Down She Hopes That It Will Work Its Magic And Attract The Right Tenants To Her HomeBut As The Summer Unfolds And Nell S Carefully Laid Plans For Her Wedding Start To Go Awry, She Begins To Question Her Decision To Let Out Her Beloved CottageAs The Arrival Of Each Of The Tenants Brings About Unexpected Change To The Lives Of The Islanders, Nell Is Forced To Face Some Home Truths About Herself And Answer One Increasingly Burning QuestionOne Thing S For Sure, It S A Summer On The Island That Nobody Will Ever Forget

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10 thoughts on “One Summer

  1. Vickie Richens says:

    Really enjoyed this book, definitely going to read the rest in the series

  2. Norina Lundy says:

    A good read Certainly there is predictability, but I needed a comfortable read in these times of political turmoil I needed the peace of Roone, and Roisin Meaney delivered I found myself wanting to book a trip to Ireland and find the Island of Roone, buy a cottage, and live there for the remainder of my life Albeit, their lives were not without heartbreak or tragedy, but coping with it was better than some of the ways we would nowadays.Growing up in a big city where things have become anonym A good read Certainly there is predictability, but I needed a comfortable read in these times of political turmoil I needed the peace of Roone, and Roisin Meaney delivered I found myself wanting to book a trip to Ireland and find the Island of Roone, buy a cottage, and live there for the remainder of my life Albeit, their lives were not without heartbreak or tragedy, but coping with it was better than some of the ways we would nowadays.Growing up in a big city where things have become anonymous things were not always this way I longed for characters as were in this book I longed to lived by the sea, to live in a village where everyone knows everyone else, helps everyone else out, shops daily, has reciprocal dinners, goes out to the local pub to socialize, etc., etc Believe it or not, it was that way in my life, even in the big city years ago This book brought all that back I loved it Rather than repeat the plot I suggest a read I will move onto it s sequel, After The Wedding, because I miss the town and the characters so very much Thanks, Ms Meaney

  3. Malia says:

    I really enjoyed this book The characters, as in all Roisin Meaney books, are very real and mostly quite likeable The stories of various people are connected through a series of situations and the intimate setting of the island, Roone The island is really a character in itself, and I wish I could magic myself over there for a little holiday in good company.I don t want to go into the plot too much, as I don t want to ruin it for anyone, but I should say that this isn t an entirely light heart I really enjoyed this book The characters, as in all Roisin Meaney books, are very real and mostly quite likeable The stories of various people are connected through a series of situations and the intimate setting of the island, Roone The island is really a character in itself, and I wish I could magic myself over there for a little holiday in good company.I don t want to go into the plot too much, as I don t want to ruin it for anyone, but I should say that this isn t an entirely light hearted chick lit book The issues many characters deal with are far from banal, and make this book and the others by Ms Meaney an absolutely worthwhile read.Findreviews and bookish fun at

  4. Christi says:

    This one took me a few pages to get into it, but then POW I did not want to put it down When I got to page 329, I literally shouted OUT LOUD NO I wanted you to get together and be happy So then I just had to read until I was done There are SO MANY different stories points of view in this book and I ll be honest, sometimes it was hard to follow and I had to reread to get the correct perspective But once I got into the flow and all of the elements were further revealed, I kinda loved it This one took me a few pages to get into it, but then POW I did not want to put it down When I got to page 329, I literally shouted OUT LOUD NO I wanted you to get together and be happy So then I just had to read until I was done There are SO MANY different stories points of view in this book and I ll be honest, sometimes it was hard to follow and I had to reread to get the correct perspective But once I got into the flow and all of the elements were further revealed, I kinda loved it Also a plus the dictionary in my Nook Sooooooo many Irish phrases and words that I was able to confirm Gonna start the next one RIGHT NOW

  5. Fiona says:

    What a start to my 2016 reads Nell lives on the Irish Island of Roone, a magical place by all accounts where those who visit fall in love with the place and perhaps meet their soul mate Due to marry the man of her dreams , Nell wants to help fund the wedding so decides to let her house out to tourists for the summer Each tenant brings their own story and as the summer draws to a close , Nell is forced to question some of the choices she is making.A cast of loveable characters , my favouri What a start to my 2016 reads Nell lives on the Irish Island of Roone, a magical place by all accounts where those who visit fall in love with the place and perhaps meet their soul mate Due to marry the man of her dreams , Nell wants to help fund the wedding so decides to let her house out to tourists for the summer Each tenant brings their own story and as the summer draws to a close , Nell is forced to question some of the choices she is making.A cast of loveable characters , my favourite being Nell s eccentric neighbour Walter and his donkey A book I didn t want to end

  6. Setia says:

    A truly heart warming must read With a majestic setting and marvelously endearing characters you ll wish you could have as friends in real life, this book has all the ingredients to leave you smiling long after you have finished One Summer is set on an Island off the coast of Ireland with the lovely and hopelessly optimistic Nell as the main character Nell has decided to let her cottage over the summer to raise money for her upcoming wedding This book made me laugh out loud and cry real tear A truly heart warming must read With a majestic setting and marvelously endearing characters you ll wish you could have as friends in real life, this book has all the ingredients to leave you smiling long after you have finished One Summer is set on an Island off the coast of Ireland with the lovely and hopelessly optimistic Nell as the main character Nell has decided to let her cottage over the summer to raise money for her upcoming wedding This book made me laugh out loud and cry real tears It is a beautifully written and charming book that you will not want to put down

  7. Jenny L says:

    As one critic says, if you like Maeve Binchy, you are in for a treat And Roisin Meaney does not disappoint Set on the tiny Irish island of Roone, Nell rents out her house to three different sets of holiday tenants over six weeks in the summer A lot happens during those six weeks and unlike a lot of authors, it s not an entirely happy tale Laughs and tears abound A great story with believable and likeable characters I will be readingof Roisin Meaney for sure.

  8. Erin says:

    I loved this book I had a little trouble in the beginning trying to figure out who all the characters were and how the related to each other Once I figured that out, I was all in This book had me laughing and crying It was endearing, romantic, humorous, heart warming all wrapped up in one My only complaint was the endingI didn t want it to end I wanted to find outabout what happened to the characters.

  9. Amanda - Go Book Yourself says:

    Roisin is a consistent writer so you can be fairly sure of a good read when you open her booksAs usual a gripping story is sacrificed for endearing characters If that doesn t bother you then you ll enjoy this Personally I found the predictability a little tedious but that s just personal preference.

  10. Jane says:

    Loved the characters on this Irish island of Roone Nell, James, Walter , and all the others make me wish it were all real so I could go visit them and enjoy their island and their company Yes, it was a bit predictable, but it didn t bother me It just made me read faster to get to the happy ending I agree with those who say Meaney writes like Maeve Binchy A new favorite