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.Oopsy Daisy by Bella Osborne
Also by this author: Build Me Up Buttercup, A Budding Romance, Rooting for You!
Series: Wildflower Park #3
Also in this series: Build Me Up Buttercup, A Budding Romance, Rooting for You!
Published by Avon on 5th April 2019
Genres: Chicklit, Contemporary, Humour, Love & Romance
Source: from Netgalley
Reading Challenges: Goodreads Challenge (2019), Netgalley Challenge (2019)
Escape to Wildflower Park with Part Three of a brand new four-part serial from bestselling author Bella Osborne.
Life’s not always a walk in the park…
When Anna is dumped by her fiancé, she moves in to her own place on the edge of the gorgeous Wildflower Park and pledges to stay off men and focus on her career, but a handsome new colleague seems to thwart her attempts at every turn. And when she receives an accidental text from a mystery man, could it be the new start she needs? Or someone she really shouldn't be falling for?
Anna’s neighbour Sophie is a stressed-out mum-of-two with a third on the way. Her husband is a constant frustration, and their children are a regular source of newly-invented swear words and unidentifiable sticky surfaces.
Luckily, Anna and Sophie have each other – and Wildflower Park proves to be a sanctuary as they map out a path to find the happiness they both deserve…
Fantastically funny, this irresistibly heart-warming novel will charm fans of Milly Johnson and Jill Mansell.
After reading parts 1 and 2 I have been eager to return to Wildflower Park so with a bit of spare time between Christmas and New Year I had to fit in the final two parts.
We return to Wildflower Park right where we left off. If you haven’t read parts 1&2 then look away now…..
Okay, so bestie Sophie has left hubby Dave and is staying with Anna. Anna is dating nice-guy Connor but is still secretly lusting after Hudson. Oh and ex-Liam wants Anna back. Now that’s all the humans but we also have Maurice the cat. Maurice does make me laugh, the cat flap scene is so funny.
This book is an easy afternoon read, perfectly accompanied by a cuppa. Short and sweet, I loved it and as soon as it finished I had to read the final part.
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