Holiday In The Hamptons - Sarah Morgan

Holiday In The Hamptons

By Sarah Morgan

  • Release Date: 2017-06-15
  • Genre: Romantic Comedy
Score: 4.5
From 35 Ratings


‘The literary equivalent of an ice cream on a summer afternoon’ - Daily Express

'An absolute delight.’ – Veronica Henry

She’s moved on…

Felicity Knight loves New York. But when she spots her ex-husband in the city, Fliss is desperate to escape!

He’s moved back…

Vet Set Carlyle is back from California to establish his own practice and settle down. When he learns that his ex Fliss still lives close by, that future is looking a whole lot brighter…

Will a perfect escape bring them back together?

With the help of his adorable dog Lulu, and a sprinkling of beachside magic, Seth is determined to make Fliss see he’s never stopped loving her!

’Wonderfully romantic and sumptuously atmospheric.’ – Alex Brown, author of The Secret Orchard Cottage


Praise for Sarah Morgan
'Wonderfully romantic and sumptuously atmospheric.’
-Alex Brown, author of The Secret Orchard Cottage

‘Smart and funny and a little bit naughty – but also warm and wise. If you’re feeling out of sorts it will restore your faith in the power of love and friendship – and owning a dog! It’s everything a romantic novel should be – an absolute delight.’ – Veronica Henry

‘Sarah’s a master at creating the moments when the reader seriously doubts the hero and heroine are really going to get together… until phew, they do. Bliss!’ – Sue Moorcraft

‘The perfect book to curl up with’ – Heat

‘Lovers of romance will relish this tale of friendship, fun and flirting set in beautiful New York.’ - My Weekly

‘Morgan excels in balancing the sweet and sexy to create the perfect blend.’ - Booklist

'A gorgeously sparkly romance about letting go and learning to love again.’ - Julia Williams, bestselling author of Coming Home for Christmas

'Morgan is a magician with words' – RT Book Reviews

‘Morgan’s novel delivers the classic sweep-you-off-your-feet romantic experience.’ – Publisher’s Weekly

‘Perfect chick-lit’ – BEST magazine

About the author

Sarah Morgan lives near London with her husband and two sons. An international bestseller, her books have been translated into more than 30 languages and she has sold over 15 million copies. For more about Sarah visit her website, and sign up to her newsletter. She loves to connect with readers on Facebook (, Twitter and Instagram.


  • Good read.

    By Garthmarenghi
    A good read although a little repetitive in places. However what’s really annoying is who proof reads these books? How did Matilda become Melissa on a couple of pages? Just a small gripe but surely the author should know the name of the characters and stick with them.
  • An excellent 2nd book this series

    By sloantate
    Another great read by Sarah Morgan. I can honestly say I loved this book, I'd been looking forward to finding out more about the characters, Fliss and Harriet, being a twin myself I'm fascinated how others see us. I connected very strongly to Fliss, whereas I've always seen my twin as more Harriet, even with the twist in personality when needed. The slow burn between the two main characters was refreshing and the I'm put of their gran was inspired at times and hilarious at others. For me the flow and narrative of the story was just fine, but then I read for enjoyment and to give an honest review. I was gifted a copy of Holidays in the Hamptons and intend to purchase the audio edition if/when available.
  • Witty and adorable!

    By Grace@Good'n'Read~ybookblog
    To my shame this is the first Sarah Morgan novel I have read - but it most certainly won't be the last. We've all done things when we're young and daft but few of us have got married in haste and 'repented at leisure' as Fliss and Seth did. Toss into the mix two entirely different family backgrounds - one open and loving partner and one closed-up and wary - and things don't work out quite as they thought it would. Now fast forward ten years and meet again .. and you get this compelling and satisfying read. Lots of side interests in this one too! A twin sister, elderly grandmother, interfering sibling, pregnant friend - not to mention the Poker Princesses! I loved the scene with Fliss and writer Matilda where the latter was explaining how she builds characters for her books - Sarah, your secrets are out! This is a really warm read featuring true-to-life characters and situations in the most wonderful settings but in no way a 'shallow' read - this book has real depth to it. I actually went to sleep leaving the last few pages to read in the morning as I could hardly bear to finish it and leave the Hamptons behind! I have no hesitation in recommending this novel to readers looking for a warm, fun, compassionate, witty and adorable read with charasmatic characters and fabulous writing. An ideal summer novel. I received an arc via NetGalley in exchange for my honest and unbiased review.
  • A Fab Story

    By HeyerF4n
    Fliss runs from Manhattan to the Hamptons; her excuse is that her grandmother has had a fall and needs care for a couple of weeks but in actuality she can't face bumping into Seth, the man whose life she ruined when she married him 10 years earlier. Fliss and her siblings have all been affected by their childhood and their bullying father. Fliss has always protected herself by hiding (and certainly never talking about) her emotions; if someone doesn't know they have hurt you, they can't exploit that weakness. Whilst that might work with the bullies of this world, it also shuts out those people who love you. Fliss doesn't expect to find that Seth had only been temporarily in Manhattan and that he is living in the one place she has fled to. She panics and claims to be her twin; whilst Seth very quickly realises that this is not the case, it proves to him that Fliss is not indifferent to him and he embarks on a quest to win her back. Fliss goes on an emotional journey, finding out that her distorted view of herself as worthless, no good and stupid (her father's words) is not how others view her. Recommended read. I received a complimentary copy of this book from NetGalley. I was not compensated for my review, and I was not required to write a positive review. The opinion expressed here is my own.