Love is in the Cornish summer air…
Wedding planner Ellie Moon is dreaming up the most beautiful bespoke wedding for Charlie and Daniel, owners of Cornwall’s favourite cream tea bus. Even though her own life has been turned upside down and she’s had to rent out her charming Cornish cottage with its climbing roses and lavender beds, Ellie is determined to give them a day to remember.
Her new tenant, handsome mechanic Jago, keeps popping up around the picture-postcard seaside village of Porthgolow. When they’re thrown together in the effort to help his elderly father get a spring back in his step, she discovers that he is full of surprises. Can romance bloom and give Ellie the fresh start she’s been wishing for?
This is book four in the Cream Tea series and it was lovely to catch up with the people that live in Porthgolow. I loved revisiting Cornwall in this lovely summer read, the cover is such a joy to look at. So we are back in Porthgolow and this time the story is about Ellie who is a wedding planner and has to organise the wedding of Charlie and Daniel who we have met in the previous books. Ellie’s life has not been plain sailing and when she rents out her lovely little cottage to Jago, she is unsure of what to make of him but knows she can’t resist him as he is very handsome, when they get thrown together will sparks fly? It is a book about love, trust and a whole big wedding. I loved it.
I received an ARC copy of this book for an honest review.
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