Tuesday 19 July 2022

Review: A Wedding at Sanday Cove by Bella Osborne

 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…

Review: This was such a great summer read from Bella Osborne. Iloved getting to meet Ella and her friends and see her drive for business and her drive to get her life back on track. Ella really shows us that we don’t have to be perfect and that everyone struggles but that we can all make something of ourselves if that’s what we want. She is a great character to spend this novel with, especially because she comes with an amazing group of ride or die friends!

I loved getting to meet Lucy in particular. She has a whole subplot of her own going on and I really hope we get to meet her again soon! Lucy is a lawyer and so we actually get to follow one of her cases through the novel. It dips inot all four parts of the book so we can get updates along the way. The ending of Lucy’s story verges on the crime/thriller novel and so I was glad to have her in the book as a bit of an antidote to the romance and wedding side of things!

Brittany is getting married and so we have that to contend with. There are the usual awful bridesmaids dresses and embarrassing relatives on the hen do but her wedding is what ties all of the parts of the book together and what brings these friends together for a mutual event/love/hate. I adored how she was such a lynchpin in the whole story. 

Of course there are a few love interests along the way for our girls, all of them complex and all of them interesting and fully developed characters in their own rights. No spoilers here but I was definitely so here for all of the drama that each and every romance throughout the book brought. 

I always love a Ball Osborne four part series but I really did enjoy this one. It had a little bit of everything and definitely had me hooked from the very first page!

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