Thursday, 8 June 2017

Summer at the Little Wedding Shop: Bunting and Bouquets (The Little Wedding Shop By The Sea, Book 3)– By Jane Linfoot

My own copy
Original Cover












The blurb:
‘A sparkling, laugh-out-loud, romantic read’ Phillipa Ashley, bestselling author of Summer at the Cornish Cafe
‘The perfect holiday read to warm your heart’ #1 Bestselling author Tracy Bloom
The third book in the bestselling series, ‘The Little Wedding Shop by the Sea’.
When the owner of Brides by the Sea, Cornwall’s cutest little wedding shop, offers Lily a job as their new wedding stylist, her first thought is – can she possibly pull it off?
Before she’s even sourced a fairy light or tasted a cupcake, Kip Penryn hires her services – but he’s opened an exclusive wedding venue in direct competition to her friend Poppy!
Lily feels like a traitor working for Kip, only everyone knows Penryn men are gorgeous but unreliable. All she has to do is sit back and watch him mess it up…doesn’t she?
Love is in the Cornish sea breeze this summer as the girls tackle their busiest wedding season yet. There’s plenty of bunting, bubbly and baking – but who is going to catch the bouquet?
‘Funny and big-hearted, I was enchanted by Lily and her friends’ Sunday Times bestselling author Michele Gorman
‘A pure delight…fabulous, fun and unforgettable’ – Debbie Johnson, bestselling author of ‘Christmas at the Comfort Food Cafe’
My Opinion:

*Book provided by the author in exchange for an honest review*

I have read book one and two of this series and I really loved them both. Of course I was also really excited about this one.

This story follows Lily, who’s life is on a free fall. No boyfriend, no job! However, she gets an offer she can’t refuse. They want her as a wedding stylist for Brides by the Sea. The problem: She is now working for Kip, who is direct competition to her friend Poppy. This calls for a lot of drama and complications.

Lily really doesn’t know what do do, because she wants to be good at her job. On the other hand, she doesn’t want to disappoint her friends and family.

It’s great to read about some familiar characters. I love all the female characters in this book and it’s just wonderful to see them together. Friendship is really important. Actually, I also really enjoy the male characters and I was very curious to see how things develop. 

This is a lovely romantic story. Jane Linfoot’s style is quirky, fun, charming and cheerful. It's not me fave book of theories, but still a pleasure to read and very uplifting. The descriptions are sparkling and vivid and they make Jane Linfoot's style unique.

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