St Aidan: a cosy Cornish village where friendships are made for life and it’s always cocktail hour somewhere…
Return to your favourite little wedding shop by the sea for love, laughter and a romance to sweep you off your feet!
It’s the most romantic day of the year but the girls aren’t just gearing up for Valentine’s Day and a busy wedding season ahead, it’s also the 10 year anniversary of their beloved shop!
Jess is planning the party of the decade and with the champagne and cocktails flowing, sparks are going to fly…and not just from the fireworks display!
If you love rom-coms that have not only great love interests but also wonderful best friend relationships, this is the book for you!
Although I haven’t read the previous books in this series, I still very much enjoyed this book. I could tell there were some references to previous books, but I didn’t feel like that impeded my reading experience.
I enjoyed getting to know these characters along with all their crazy quirks that made the story what it is. The story focused on Milla who is trying to escape a hard situation where she lives. While there were some moments where I wasn’t the biggest fan of hers, overall, I enjoyed experiencing this story through her eyes. She was trying to regain footing in her life and looking to move on from her past which I found very relatable.
As well, I got to know her friend Poppy, who was very fun and a little pushy in the best way. She definitely brought out another side of Milla and talked her into doing things that helped her move away from her heartbreaking past. Poppy was a likable and hilarious character that I’m so glad I was able to get to know.
Overall, I was happy I was able to learn about the Little Wedding shop for the first time through Milla. I think I’d happily return to this world so I’ll be looking into reading the previous 4 books in the series.
Disclaimer: I voluntarily read and reviewed an advanced copy of this book. All thoughts and opinions are my own.
I write fun, flirty fiction, with feisty heroines, and lots of heart. Writing is fab, because I get to wear pretty shoes instead of wellies. I live in a cottage up a mountain road in Derbyshire, where my family and pets are kind enough to ignore the domestic chaos. Happily, we’re in walking distance of a supermarket. I love hearts, flowers, happy endings, all things vintage, most things french. When I’m not on facebook, and can’t find an excuse for shopping, I’ll be walking, or gardening. On days when I want to be really scared, I ride a tandem.
Jane Linfoot says
First, what a fabulous name, Ariel, and what a lovely blog you have. Thank you for welcoming us here for today’s stop on our epic tour! I’m so happy you enjoyed spending time in St Aidan. I love the things you’ve picked out in your review, you give your followers a perfect taste of the story. Huge hugs for spreading the word for us, big love, Jane xxx
The Book View says
Thank you so much!! I’ve been loving reading and talking about your book.
Great review! The cover to this book is cute! Glad you enjoyed reading it.
I nominated you for a tag I just did and wanted to let you know! I’m not sure if you do those though, I don’t really see them around your blog but I enjoy reading your posts and wanted to mention your blog in mine. Here’s the link just in case 🙂 it’s a very short tag.
The Book View says
Oh, thank you! I love doing tags (although I’m a little behind at the moment lol). Thank you for thinking of me and reading my posts!
Haha no worries! It took me a couple years to do that tag because I forgot about it. So take as much time as you want!
I love reading your posts!
The Book View says
I have a little document where I keep track of tags so hopefully, it won’t take me longer than a couple of months lol. And thank you! I truly appreciate it!