Tired of men and ready to travel again, Sarah books a sailing trip around the Greek islands with a small group of strangers. The last thing on Sarah’s mind is men, however, she finds herself deciding between a handsome silver fox and a gorgeous young American. 

Although Sarah has sworn off of men, a holiday fling can’t hurt, can it? The question is, which man will she choose to spend it with…

First of all, I would just like to say that Sarah was an absolute inspiration to me throughout this book, with her constant drive to travel the world by herself. It’s something I’ve always wanted the courage for and this year I’ve had a good talk with myself to pop this bubble I’m stuck in, step out of my comfort zone and just go for it, whether it be on my own or with someone by my side. So, thank you Sandy for helping give me that push. 

Sarah is a likeable character from start to finish, with her fun and charismatic personality, you can totally see why pretty much every character fell in love with her after meeting. She brings so much life to the people around her and as cheesy as it sounds, she is sure to be the type of person who brightens up a room the moment she walks in. 

Everybody on the boat trip with Sarah were also unique individuals and they all worked together so well, eventually becoming a family. I loved hearing everyone’s life stories and watching them use this trip in Greece to somewhat better themselves and look at the world from other perspectives. 

Ah, Greece. Remind me to add this gorgeous location to my bucket list! Sandy literally sweeps you up in to a world of exotic places swarming with architecture, filled with the most delicious of foods – you feel like you’re right there on that boat and islands with Sarah, chilling and loving life. 

Now, let’s get to the nitty gritty part of the book where we join Sarah on her journey to choosing the man most right for her. Even still, I am torn between who Sarah should choose to be with, but I hope that she found a way to keep both of them in her life, romantically or not. I would definitely say I lean more towards Josh, as we spent the most time with him. James, I would say, is a safe option, but wouldn’t provide Sarah with the spontaneous adventure she needs. I’m torn!

An absolutely magical, fun and flirty read filled with adventure and excitement – perfect for the glorious sunshine we have at the moment. 

Have you been following the ‘One Summer in Santorini’ blog tour? See the schedule below to catch up! 

Shelby x



  1. June 30, 2019 / 9:50 am

    Thank you so much for this lovely review. I am so glad you enjoyed the book and look forward to hearing about your travel adventures.

    • breakfastatshelbys
      July 1, 2019 / 9:12 am

      You’re very welcome, Sandy!

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