Christmas at the Little Wedding Shop by Jane Linfoot
I was looking forward to returning to St Aiden, a coastal Cornish village after reading The Little Wedding Shop by the Sea.
Christmas at the little Wedding Shop: Sequins and Snowflakes is the second installment in the series and it certainly did not disappoint. In fact I preferred it. It was great to get back to the Brides by the Sea wedding shop and Daisy Hill Farm and catch up with previous characters.
This time the focus is on Sera East (Seraphina) who designs gorgeous wedding dresses. Her demanding sister Alice is having a Christmas wedding and she puts Sera in charge of the organising. Sera is the polar opposite of Alice in that she is shy, laid back and has always viewed herself as the disappointment. Alice is the business woman, sophisticated, polished and always in control.
Enter best men Quinn and Johnny who certainly challenge Sera's emotions. Quinn who is wild and devilishy handsome -a rogue but is honest and hard working and then Johnny who is a blast from the past. Plenty of drama, issues and rivalry ensue which Jane excels at and she keeps us guessing who Sera chooses. I thoroughly enjoyed this light hearted, feel good story from its gorgeous setting to the cast of characters. I can't wait for the next installment
Thank you to Jane and NetGalley for this review copy