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Looking To Get Away From It All? Try seven sunny days in an exotic Turkish resort. Club Aegee has luxurious accommodations, unlimited free cocktails and a gorgeous cosmopolitan staff who'll cater to your every need. Bride-to-be Rachel Buckley wanted one last adventure before tying the knot, and who better to do it with than her two best friends, acid-tongued divorcée Car Looking To Get Away From It All? Try seven sunny days in an exotic Turkish resort. Club Aegee has luxurious accommodations, unlimited free cocktails and a gorgeous cosmopolitan staff who'll cater to your every need. Bride-to-be Rachel Buckley wanted one last adventure before tying the knot, and who better to do it with than her two best friends, acid-tongued divorcée Carrie Ann and commitmentphobe model Yaslyn? A week with the girls would also help Rachel forget about her future mother-in-law, who was already controlling her life. Her friends, the beach, the hot waiters…the perfect vacation, right?But when a week in the same room with her two best friends�and all their baggage�exposes more than dirty underwear, Rachel starts to wonder if by gaining a husband she'll be losing two friends….SEVEN SUNNY DAYS is the story of three friends awaiting their future, but stuck in their past. Funny and oh-so-familiar, it's for anyone who's spent time under the sun with friends.


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Looking To Get Away From It All? Try seven sunny days in an exotic Turkish resort. Club Aegee has luxurious accommodations, unlimited free cocktails and a gorgeous cosmopolitan staff who'll cater to your every need. Bride-to-be Rachel Buckley wanted one last adventure before tying the knot, and who better to do it with than her two best friends, acid-tongued divorcée Car Looking To Get Away From It All? Try seven sunny days in an exotic Turkish resort. Club Aegee has luxurious accommodations, unlimited free cocktails and a gorgeous cosmopolitan staff who'll cater to your every need. Bride-to-be Rachel Buckley wanted one last adventure before tying the knot, and who better to do it with than her two best friends, acid-tongued divorcée Carrie Ann and commitmentphobe model Yaslyn? A week with the girls would also help Rachel forget about her future mother-in-law, who was already controlling her life. Her friends, the beach, the hot waiters…the perfect vacation, right?But when a week in the same room with her two best friends�and all their baggage�exposes more than dirty underwear, Rachel starts to wonder if by gaining a husband she'll be losing two friends….SEVEN SUNNY DAYS is the story of three friends awaiting their future, but stuck in their past. Funny and oh-so-familiar, it's for anyone who's spent time under the sun with friends.

30 review for Seven Sunny Days (Red Dress Ink Novels)

  1. 5 out of 5

    Agi

    I am so dissapointed. I)'M giving this book 1,5 stars. This half is for the writing itself, it was good, I can't say a bad word about it, it was compact and logical, but that's all. For me there must be a plot, and there wasn't any. It's the first book since a very long time that I didn't enjoy reading and that I skipped a lot of (even the whole chapters). It was just boring, from the very start. I have read the same bits of the book and didn't realise that I'd read them already. I didn't like any I am so dissapointed. I)'M giving this book 1,5 stars. This half is for the writing itself, it was good, I can't say a bad word about it, it was compact and logical, but that's all. For me there must be a plot, and there wasn't any. It's the first book since a very long time that I didn't enjoy reading and that I skipped a lot of (even the whole chapters). It was just boring, from the very start. I have read the same bits of the book and didn't realise that I'd read them already. I didn't like any of the characters. I thought: wow, hen week, would be a lot of fun. Forget it. All of the characters were all the time sad and miserable, always complaining and never happy. And stupid perhaps, I knew what is going on with, what's her name, Yaslyn?, frm the beginning, and all the book characters needed the whole book to see it. I don't actually remember the names of the characters, I didn't like them, didn't feel any connection to them and I was not interested in their past (this coming bac to the past just made me more bored!), and actually not interested in their future. The girsl didn't feel like a friends to me, they were always bitching and having rows and I don't think they can count on each other. Yeah, well, the accident, but when somebody is supposed to be drawn all people want to help. They were just so bad to each other, very negativ - y. There were just any positive feelings in this book.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Catherine

    Read on one sunny day when I had a random day off. Very silly: exactly what I expected. Lots of little stories joined together through the device of having all the characters at the same place at the same time, some barely interacting with each other, others doing so in more complicated ways. Most of it rather obvious and I found it hard to like any of the characters much, certainly the female ones. The absent Euan and the may-as-well-have-been Marcus were more sympathetic but one-dimensional, bu Read on one sunny day when I had a random day off. Very silly: exactly what I expected. Lots of little stories joined together through the device of having all the characters at the same place at the same time, some barely interacting with each other, others doing so in more complicated ways. Most of it rather obvious and I found it hard to like any of the characters much, certainly the female ones. The absent Euan and the may-as-well-have-been Marcus were more sympathetic but one-dimensional, but then I knew it would be plot-driven when I picked it so why carp?

  3. 4 out of 5

    Brittany

    At the best I would recommend this for light summer reading. It has moments of giddy romance and a lot of fun, but overall I found the different story lines and drama to be pretty bland. It just didn't seem to wrap up well in the end either. At the best I would recommend this for light summer reading. It has moments of giddy romance and a lot of fun, but overall I found the different story lines and drama to be pretty bland. It just didn't seem to wrap up well in the end either.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Derrian

    Read as part of the 2015 Reading Challenge - A book you own but have never read. This has been sat on my bookshelf for a couple of years and seemed like the perfect holiday read. Lighthearted and funny,great for poolside reading!

  5. 4 out of 5

    Roxie Gallinger

    pretty good for a first time reader of this author...would read more of this author

  6. 5 out of 5

    Cat

    This is a silly, fluffy, entertaining story. It follows three British girl-friends on the adventures and conflicts they face on a week at a Turkish resort before one of their weddings. They struggle to stay out of the sun, face too many drinks, and watch a couple's relationship fail as they face their inner demons. This is a quick moving, fairly easy read, and it is fun. This would be a great book to travel with as it will distract you from the outside world, and it is easy to pick up then put do This is a silly, fluffy, entertaining story. It follows three British girl-friends on the adventures and conflicts they face on a week at a Turkish resort before one of their weddings. They struggle to stay out of the sun, face too many drinks, and watch a couple's relationship fail as they face their inner demons. This is a quick moving, fairly easy read, and it is fun. This would be a great book to travel with as it will distract you from the outside world, and it is easy to pick up then put down.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Stephanie

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. I got this really cheap from a charity box and was excited to read it since I've read a couple of her other books. I was thoroughly disappointed with this read... I didn't connect with any characters, I could understand why Marcus and Sally were part of a story about the three friends... That makes no sense... The reps were all pathetic and annoying even Axel who I thought was going to be a great character. As for the three 'friends' I've never read anything less like a friendship of convenience.. I got this really cheap from a charity box and was excited to read it since I've read a couple of her other books. I was thoroughly disappointed with this read... I didn't connect with any characters, I could understand why Marcus and Sally were part of a story about the three friends... That makes no sense... The reps were all pathetic and annoying even Axel who I thought was going to be a great character. As for the three 'friends' I've never read anything less like a friendship of convenience... And honestly who would go on holiday with people like that?

  8. 4 out of 5

    Lizzie

    It was light and fluffy which why I chose to read as I found my last read a bit full on! A perfect beach holiday read I think and the ending is all a bit quick, after the effort to get there! Worth a read on a hot beach break, as I would have read in 3 days then I expect, not so easy to fit in life when the busy lead up to Christmas!

  9. 5 out of 5

    Sharon Jeffery

    An enjoyable, light-hearted holiday read.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Juju

    A bit predictable but OK summer read

  11. 4 out of 5

    maijuli

    I took the book to read on my winter holiday in Fuerteventura. I found the book surprisingly good- funny and entertaining! I even had to laugh out loud in places. Some serious stuff in it, too.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Kelly Smith

    Really struggled to get into this book :(

  13. 5 out of 5

    Karen G

    Light right. Good if you don’t want to concentrate too much.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Leonie

    Very well researched

  15. 5 out of 5

    Nicki

    I read about a chapter before I realised I'd read it before, but I'm on holiday and it was appropriate light reading, so I kept going. Ties up too conveniently at the end, but I enjoyed it despite the characters being caricatures. I read about a chapter before I realised I'd read it before, but I'm on holiday and it was appropriate light reading, so I kept going. Ties up too conveniently at the end, but I enjoyed it despite the characters being caricatures.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Brittany

    How I Came To Read This Book: I got it for free with a British magazine. The Plot: Rachel is celebrating her pending nuptials with a 'hen week' (bachelorette party to you and me) in Turkey I believe, along with her two BFF's. Of course, things aren't exactly smooth sailing while on holidays. Rachel spends most of the trip avoiding confrontation, including with her future mother-in-law. Yaslyn is young and beautiful, and afraid of commitment - but by the end of the trip she learns she may not have How I Came To Read This Book: I got it for free with a British magazine. The Plot: Rachel is celebrating her pending nuptials with a 'hen week' (bachelorette party to you and me) in Turkey I believe, along with her two BFF's. Of course, things aren't exactly smooth sailing while on holidays. Rachel spends most of the trip avoiding confrontation, including with her future mother-in-law. Yaslyn is young and beautiful, and afraid of commitment - but by the end of the trip she learns she may not have a choice. Carrie-Ann is older and divorced, and spends most of the trip avoiding the extremely undesirable suitors that try to charm her. The Good & The Bad: I can't believe I gave this book 3 stars on Amazon. It was terrible! There is a HUGE glaring oversight on behalf of the author involving fetal alcohol syndrome that makes the book jarringly tragic/irresponsible rather than fluffy and fun. There was nothing particularly enjoyable, relatable, or interesting about the characters and their plotlines. The Bottom Line: A serious skip unless you're looking for a strictly beach-worthy read/snore. 50-Book Challenge?: No

  17. 5 out of 5

    Sasmaya Suliztiarto

    I like this book...for very personal reason. I'm in need of vacation, and looking for a trip and holiday theme book... In the end it becomes a pretty nice readings. The main-theme story is about friendship between three different girls, their relationship with each other, and their own problems. One of them is getting married, and being happy almost in every pages of the book. The other is a divorcee who seems hopeless and looking for another guy to be in love with. The last one is a girl who (we I like this book...for very personal reason. I'm in need of vacation, and looking for a trip and holiday theme book... In the end it becomes a pretty nice readings. The main-theme story is about friendship between three different girls, their relationship with each other, and their own problems. One of them is getting married, and being happy almost in every pages of the book. The other is a divorcee who seems hopeless and looking for another guy to be in love with. The last one is a girl who (weirdly) afraid of commitments. There are also a married couple who feel don't love each other that much, try to find new love under the sun of Middle-East. Combine these elements with exotic holiday in a private club, you'll get a story. I've been those three. All girls have been in the same situations on their life: in doubt, heart-broken, and happy. That what makes me keep reading...even though its a bit boring. The conflicts aren't that shocking, and only appears in last chapters. Thank God its a happy-ending book.

  18. 5 out of 5

    Rebecca

    I love it when I find a new author! Manby is so it for me. Every time I see her books in the library, I grab them now. This book is mainly 3 different stories intertwined in each other. They all take place at a resort in Turkey over the span of a week. The first is a group of girls who are on their hen week for one of them. One of the girls in the group has been with her boyfriend for a long time and the third is newly divorced. The second group is a couple who is on the verge of divorce. The wo I love it when I find a new author! Manby is so it for me. Every time I see her books in the library, I grab them now. This book is mainly 3 different stories intertwined in each other. They all take place at a resort in Turkey over the span of a week. The first is a group of girls who are on their hen week for one of them. One of the girls in the group has been with her boyfriend for a long time and the third is newly divorced. The second group is a couple who is on the verge of divorce. The women just doesn’t speak to the husband anymore. And the third “group” are the people that work at the resort, especially this one Dude who is working there to try to stop thinking of his ex-girlfriend in Paris. He hooks up with the newly divorced women. This book, while contributes nothing to anything and I will probably not even remember that I have read it in a year, was very entertaining for the moment. Grade: C

  19. 5 out of 5

    Tricia

    I would generally say it isn't a good thing when you read at least a chapter into a book before you realise that you have already read it. However, I guess when it's a chick-lit beach read you have to appreciate more the re-readability of a novel. If I was home with unlimited books I probably would have stopped at that point, but as I was on holiday with only four books (for five days away and averaging at least a book a day...), then I didn't have much choice. I kept getting glimpses of ideas of I would generally say it isn't a good thing when you read at least a chapter into a book before you realise that you have already read it. However, I guess when it's a chick-lit beach read you have to appreciate more the re-readability of a novel. If I was home with unlimited books I probably would have stopped at that point, but as I was on holiday with only four books (for five days away and averaging at least a book a day...), then I didn't have much choice. I kept getting glimpses of ideas of what was going to happen, but it wasn't so clear that I was frustrated at seeing the next step every time. It must have been quite a while since I read this, but it didn't feel more predictable than when I read any other typical romancey, chick litty tome. I'd originally chosen it from the library because Manby is a fairly safe bet for a decent read, and I guess that's what I got again.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Raya

    how I got to read it: came free with a magazine I actually got this in the summer during my summer vacation in Italy. So I read it while lounging by the pool and it fit perfectly! Not a heavy read at all, very light, somewhat witty, exactly what I needed for the sunny days. I wouldn't give it 5 stars though, as it is quite predictable and did not really hook me up, but nevertheless - I would suggest it if you'd like a carefree book, that's not too deep. how I got to read it: came free with a magazine I actually got this in the summer during my summer vacation in Italy. So I read it while lounging by the pool and it fit perfectly! Not a heavy read at all, very light, somewhat witty, exactly what I needed for the sunny days. I wouldn't give it 5 stars though, as it is quite predictable and did not really hook me up, but nevertheless - I would suggest it if you'd like a carefree book, that's not too deep.

  21. 5 out of 5

    Teena in Toronto

    What a crappy book! It sounded like a fun read. I didn't care about any of the characters - they were either whiny or pathetic. The things that happened were dumb. Don't waste your money or your time on this one. Blog review: http://www.teenaintoronto.com/2007/02... What a crappy book! It sounded like a fun read. I didn't care about any of the characters - they were either whiny or pathetic. The things that happened were dumb. Don't waste your money or your time on this one. Blog review: http://www.teenaintoronto.com/2007/02...

  22. 5 out of 5

    Louisa

    I found this book a bit predictable. I guessed the storyline with yaslyn about half way thru. I didn't really warm to any of the characters and thought the ending was a bit disappointing. I expected more from the ending really. It was an ok read, passed a few boring lunch hours at work! I found this book a bit predictable. I guessed the storyline with yaslyn about half way thru. I didn't really warm to any of the characters and thought the ending was a bit disappointing. I expected more from the ending really. It was an ok read, passed a few boring lunch hours at work!

  23. 4 out of 5

    Gay

    About 3 friends going on a holiday for a Hen Party in Turkey for a week at a Resort. Sun, sand,sea & sex. Really funny.

  24. 4 out of 5

    Ashley

    had a good description of love at about the end of the book,but was predictable,okay to read if you have nothing to read.

  25. 4 out of 5

    Patricia Solla

    I didn't like this book at all. It's about people from England going to Turkey for a club type vacation. The characters are very strange and the storyline while interesting lacks something. I didn't like this book at all. It's about people from England going to Turkey for a club type vacation. The characters are very strange and the storyline while interesting lacks something.

  26. 5 out of 5

    Meghan

    This was a horrible book. It was long and poorly written! I wish I never read this book.

  27. 5 out of 5

    laninaki

    Impulse grab at the library....reminded me why I outgrew Chicklit circa 2004.

  28. 4 out of 5

    Donna

    ideal for a non thinkin read. very good.

  29. 4 out of 5

    Sarah

    Your usual chick lit book, with a few red herrings thrown in. Nice easy read!

  30. 4 out of 5

    M'diya

    I was just compelled to buy this book and now I'm happy to say this was the perfect summer read. Every time I opened it, I felt light. I was just compelled to buy this book and now I'm happy to say this was the perfect summer read. Every time I opened it, I felt light.

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