I received this book for free from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.A Wedding at Sandy Cove by Bella Osborne
Also by this author: Build Me Up Buttercup, A Budding Romance, Oopsy Daisy, Rooting for You!
Published by Avon on 21st July 2022
Genres: Chicklit, Contemporary, Humour, Love & Romance
Source: from Netgalley
Escape to Sandy Cove, where the scent of summer and the sound of wedding bells is in the air!
Ella is in the business of making brides’ dreams come true with yards of white tulle, delicate lace and sparkly sequins.
But Ella’s own love life couldn’t be further from a fairy tale. Recently dumped by her boyfriend and with her best friend’s wedding only months away, Ella feels more alone than ever so she finally accepts her friends’ offers to set her up on a blind date.
But a mix up on the night throws her into the path of Kit, instead.
Kit is most definitely not the man she was supposed to meet, but he could end up changing her life in ways she never thought possible…
A perfectly funny, feel-good summer romance that will whisk you away to sandy beaches and a seaside wedding. Fans of Cathy Bramley, Katie Fforde and Milly Johnson will adore Bella Osborne.
A Wedding At Sandy Cove was originally published as a four-part serial. This is the complete story in one package.
Thank you to Rachel for letting me be part of this tour. I really like Bella’s writing style so I was excited to read another of her books.
Our main character here is Ella. She is a bit of a wallflower at the beginning, but she does start to stand up for herself. Ella is a likeable character, and you want her to not be such a pushover. Ella’s boss, Wanda, was absolutely awful and I don’t know how she put up with her for so long. I was so happy to see her stand up for herself.
I really liked Lucy too. She has such a cynical view on love but I think deep down she wants to be loved.
This is a beautiful story of love, friendship and family. If you are looking for a funny escapist read for the summer then I’d definitely recommend this one!
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