Summer Season on the Seafront

The perfect summer read.That Thing She Reads

From Katie Ginger, author of The Little Theatre on the Seafront which was shortlisted for the Katie Fforde Debut Romantic Novel Award 2019!

In the little town of Greenley-on-Sea, summer has arrived. The turquoise waters of the sea sparkle in the sunlight and, along the beach’s promenade, holiday-makers spill from ice-cream parlours and vintage shops.

For Sarah, summer brings the chance for a fresh start. As well as playing Miranda in the Greenley Players’ production of The Tempest (where she’ll get to spend loads of time with her best friends Lottie and Sid) she finally feels ready to find love again after surviving heartbreak. Could handsome colleague Dr Finn Macdonald be the very man she’s looking for?

Famous actor Nate finds himself hiding out in Greenley whilst a potentially career-ruining scandal blows over. But when the Greenley Players get wind of his arrival, they draft him in to help out with their performance – and Nate certainly doesn’t bank on his instant connection with the beautiful woman in the lead role…

As the temperature rises and the Players’ performance draws closer, can Sarah and Nate overcome their pasts and find love again?

From the RNA Award-shortlisted author of The Little Theatre on the Seafront comes a gorgeous, feel-good summer romance. Prepare to laugh, cry and fall totally in love with Greenley-on-Sea and its wonderful cast of characters.


Readers LOVE Summer Season on the Seafront!

Fantastic… I was quickly drawn into this book and was hooked from the first page to the last… A perfect summer read.Coffee and Kindle Book Reviews

Five stars from me… Very highly recommended!!Donna’s Book Blog, 5 stars

‘A wonderful story… Had me smirking, laughing, and also wiping the odd stray tear… Highly recommended.Me and My Books, 5 stars

‘Much more than a romance… I absolutely adored this story.Baker’s Not So Secret Blog

Fun, funny, intelligent, heartwarming and heartfelt… Absolutely five stars from me.’ Belinda Missen, 5 stars