The Country Village Winter Wedding By Cathy Lake

The Country Village Winter Wedding By Cathy Lake


Clare Greene and Sam Wilson are getting married and everyone in Little Bramble is excited for the event of the year. But Clare and Sam are busy people and have left organising their wedding to the last minute.

Luckily, wedding planner Hazel Campbell has recently moved to the village. She had what she thought was a wonderful life in Edinburgh with a successful business, a loving fiance and her own wedding coming up. But when she caught her groom-to-be in bed with her best friend she fled, leaving everyone and everything behind.

Little Bramble seems like the ideal place for Hazel to start over. As she throws herself into planning the perfect country village winter wedding, she starts to find herself again. And soon she realises that a second chance at happiness might just be on the cards . . .

My Thoughts:

I loved going back to Little Bramble and seeing what everyone was up to since the last book. This is the story about Clare and Sam and their big wedding day. Hazel has not long since moved to the village and she is going to help them organise the wedding as she is a wedding planner. But why did Hazel leave Edinburgh and is this little village the best place to forget about what happened before? Can Hazel find her happiness here in Little Bramble? and how will the wedding of the century go down. I loved reading about what the characters of Little Bramble were up to, seeing old faces and meeting new faces, it is such a warm and uplifting read that is a perfect pick me up. I would love to go to Little Bramble, Cathy writes so that the place sounds so inviting and scenic. I look forward to the next installment in this series. They have all been so great so far.

I received an ARC copy of this book for an honest review.

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