Tuesday, 12 May 2020

Wedding Bells at Butterfly Cove by Sarah Bennett

"When Kiki Jackson’s marriage falls to pieces, there’s only one place that she knows she can escape to – her sister’s little guesthouse in Butterfly Cove.
But she’s worried that turning up on bride-to-be Mia’s doorstep, especially with her two adorable children in tow, will spoil her sister’s imminent wedding plans!
Luckily, handsome neighbour Aaron Spenser offers to share his new cottage with Kiki until she’s back on her feet. And as the wedding draws closer, Kiki realises that Butterfly Cove may be offering her little family more than just a new home…
Maybe this is where her new life begins…?"

WHAT A BOOK! Sarah Bennett goes straight into my top authors with this absolute delight of a love story.
It didn't take me long to fall into this story where Kiki instantly felt like a good person and I instantly disliked her husband Neil.  There are quite a few different characters in the story but they all come to have their own very special place in the story as well as meaning in each other's lives.  I adored the interaction between Aaron and Kiki's children - it is so beautifully written.
A real feel-good story which is absolutely ideal for a summer holiday read.  I became so invested in the characters and their lives; I cried multiple times and finished the book in less than 24 hours (easy on hot sunny weekend day in lockdown!)
I was satisfied with the ending of Wedding Bells at Butterfly Cove but it left me desperately needing to know more about Kiki's future.  I immediately headed to the internet to find out whether there were more in this series (as it felt like there needed to be) to discover that there are three books in the Butterfly Cove series and this is the second.  There is a book for each of the sisters - Kiki, Mia and Nee.  I immediately purchased both of the other books so I could enjoy some more time at Butterfly Cove.  I was absolutely confident that I was going to love being able to revisit the characters I learned to love in this book as the focus shifts in the other two books.

Finally, to say that whilst this is the second book in a series, it absolutely can be read alone.  I adored it.  Having now read all three, I would recommend you invest in all and enjoy them in order to get the most of the story and the characters!
I received a free copy of this e-book from NetGalley in return for an honest review.

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