Review: I Heart Hawaii

Posted 30th May 2019 by Emma in Reviews / 1 Comment

I received this book for free in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.

Review: I Heart HawaiiI Heart Hawaii by Lindsey Kelk
Also by this author: I Heart New York, I Heart Hollywood, I Heart Paris, I Heart Vegas
Series: I Heart #8
Also in this series: I Heart New York, I Heart Hollywood, I Heart Paris, I Heart Vegas
Published by HarperCollins UK Genres: Chicklit, Contemporary, Humour, Love & Romance
Pages: 400
Format: eARC
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The next hilarious novel in the I HEART series from international bestselling author, Lindsey Kelk.

Join Angela and Jenny in the series finale of the bestselling I Heart books, on the balmy beaches of Hawaii.

When Angela Clark’s best friend Jenny invites her to join a press trip to Hawaii, three days of sun, sea and sleep sounds like the perfect antidote to her crazed life.

At work in New York, she’s supposed to be the face of Having It All. But the only thing Angela feels she excels at is hiding in the printer cupboard, eating Mini Cheddars and watching Netflix on her phone and if this is living the dream, she's more than ready to wake up.

A few days away with Jenny sounds like exactly what she needs but Angela’s talent for getting into a scrape guarantees nothing goes to plan – and not even the most beautiful beaches, blue skies and daiquiris will get her off the hook…

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Thank you to Harper Collins for my copies of this book. I have both a Netgalley copy and a paperback copy. I am a HUGE fan of Lindsey’s work and Angela is one of my favourite characters of all time. So it was with great excitement and sadness that I started this final book of the I Heart Series.

We kick off around 10 months after the end of I Heart Forever. Angela and Alex have been settling into life with their little baby. We begin with Angela preparing for her first day back at work and of course in true Angela style, it does not go as she expects.

Alex is such a great dad and really does raise the bar for real-life men. Alex is so good with his little girl and has always been a pretty much perfect husband. These two really have relationship goals.

Jenny is one of my favourite characters and she was true to her character in this book. Not only did she play the best friend she always has since the two met she also showed her feisty side when she needed to. I am going to miss Jenny and I’m still lobbying for her to have her own full-length book.

This book is full of the typical adventures we have come to expect from Angela and the gang. There were many hilarious antics and laugh out loud moments throughout this book but there were also some real relationship moments. The book was realistic with the characters feelings after some incidents.

Hawaii sounded like bliss and as a Lindsey fan I was screaming about the number of crossovers in this book from not only Lindsey’s other books but also from another one of my favourite authors. I’m not telling you who but I squealed when I read that bit!

I loved the ending of this book and I am saddened to say goodbye t these characters but they will always have a special place in my heart. I am looking forward to seeing what Lindsey will bring for us next.

About Lindsey Kelk

Um, hi! My name is Lindsey, I’m a writer, I live in New York and I’m an interwebs addict. Phew, now I’ve got that off my chest, there’s really not much else to say. I’m from England, specifically ‘up north’, lived in London for seven years then skidaddled to New York. I’ve been here since 2009 and I really don’t particularly want to leave. It’s ever so nice.

I write books, I write articles for magazines, I blog about beauty things, sometimes I put myself in very silly situations and write about that and on the odd occasion, I interview people. I’m much better at talking about myself though. I have been described as an ‘oversharer’. And ‘gobby’. I believe this is endearing.

I love music, movies and TV. I watch WWE. A lot. It’s possible I’m actually a 14-year-old boy who is confused about his sexuality. I’m naturally blonde. The prescription for my right eye is -9.5. I’m never in one place for too long and next year I want to travel lots more. I like cooking, eating and entertaining. And fashion. And yoga. And talking all of the time. I love texting. And karaoke. And Twitter. And football. And obviously, I’m a fan of reading, writing and all things book-related. I hate mosquitoes, small-minded people and pickles. But not pickled onions. I like pickled onions. Hard to get in the states, you know.


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