Tuesday, 19 May 2020

Christmas at Butterfly Cove by Sarah Bennett

"When talented artist Nee Thorpe returns to Butterfly Cove for her sister’s wedding, it’s only a matter of time before she has to face her own bridegroom – Luke Spenser – the man she impulsively married, then left in the middle of the night.
Nee hasn’t picked up her paintbrushes in months, a part of her is broken. She knows Luke might never forgive her, leaving him was the biggest mistake of her life – but could coming home for Christmas be the best decision she’s ever made?
Maybe all she needs is a little Christmas miracle…"

The final book of The Butterfly Cove Collection and, boy, it isn't a disappointment.  

I absolutely revelled in being able to return to Butterfly Cove, catch up with the characters I had grown to love in Wedding Bells at Butterfly Cove and delve further into the story of Luke and Nee.  Whilst Kiki's children don't feature that heavily in this book, I was so glad to see them back and learn a little more about where they ended up!

This book could definitely be read as a standalone book, however, I highly recommend reading all three together.  Sarah Bennett's writing is incredible; you get a good mix of the main characters' history, their present and their future and it all feels so effortless.

This book wrapped up all the other storylines nicely; I was completely satisfied with the series but I was sad to leave which has to be a sign of a good set of books.  Without question, my favourite series for some time.  I cannot wait to delve into more of Sarah Bennett's books in the future. I have already purchased two of the Lavender Bay books to get me started.

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