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My Review of Sunlounger 2 by Belinda Jones Travel Company

I don’t think I even need to tell you how excited I’ve been for this collection of stories to come out! I think the buzz from the launch party etc probably was a clue…


I can honestly say that I really enjoyed every single story and have read most of them twice. But I picked a few of the stories that really grabbed me from Sunlounger 2 to review. I have just done tiny little snippet reviews as I’m a busy girl (not really, just lazy!)

Hinterland by Hannah Beckerman –  Destination: Indonesia. Unexpected twist! Loved it!

Singapore Fling by Rosie Blake –  Destination: Singapore. Sooo cute! Gorgeous pool and really funny!

How to Have Your Best Summer Ever! by Lisa Dickenson – Destination: Australia. Laughed so hard I nearly wee’d! Just so good, total 90s heaven!!

We Found Love  by Ilana Fox – Destination: The Future. Just breathtaking and incredible. I sobbed through it all.

Connecting Flights by Poppy Dolan –  Destination: Spain. So funny, unexpected and sexy.

Dreams of Pushkar by Alexandra Potter – Destination: India. So sweet, sad, hopeful and just beautiful.

Earth, Water, Fire & Air by Cressida McLaughlin - Destination: Crete. Just wow. Truly stunning, incredibly sweet and sexy. Loved it!

A Lost Night in Louisiana by Nigel May – Destination: New Orleans. So funny! Fabulous setting, somewhere I’ve always wanted to go! Sweet story, makin babies!

There were so many more awesome stories! I loved being a part of this wonderful collection and to have met so many of the authors! Bring on Sunlounger 3!!





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