Saturday, 8 August 2020

New Beginnings at Seaside Blooms by Jessica Redland

"Sometimes love can bloom where you least expect it…

For Sarah Peterson, it’s time for change. Coming out of a dead end relationship and having had enough of city life, she just needs to escape and have a fresh start – a new job, a new home and a new lifestyle.

So when her Auntie Kay unexpectedly offers her the opportunity to take over her flower shop, Seaside Blooms, the timing could not be more perfect. She could escape to the beautiful seaside town of Whitsborough Bay, start a new chapter in her life – and learn how to run a business!

But, as she packs up her life in London, she isn't prepared for the discovery of a clairvoyant reading that's been missing for twelve years. All of the predictions have come true, except one: she's about to meet the man of her dreams. Oh, and his name is Steven…


I loved this book even more than the first in the Welcome to Whitsborough Bay series.  Whilst it is part of the series, it can be read alone as it is stand alone to the first book in the series other than one character who we've met before.  However, the rest of the series follow in chronological order so best to be read in the correct order!

The characters are fantastic in this book - I loved Auntie Kay and I loved Sarah's Steven!  Whilst I don't necessarily believe in being able to predict the future, I loved the clairvoyant reading and how, when Sarah discovers it, so much of it has already become true.

Sarah's journey, away from London and having a new start, is a fabulous one to go on her with.  I read the book within 24 hours of starting it and jumped straight into the next in the series, Finding Hope at Lighthouse Cove.

New Beginnings at Seaside Blooms is out now and can be purchased here on Kindle or in Paperback (prices correct at time of writing):


1 comment:

  1. Thanks so much for reviewing New Beginnings at Seaside Blooms and sharing such a lovely review :-)
    Jessica xx


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