Book Description

(From Waterstones)

The snow is falling around Brides by the Sea, Cornwall’s cutest little wedding shop, and wedding dress designer Seraphina East is in her cosy studio designing exquisite dresses to make even the most demanding bride’s dreams come true.

Unless the bride is her big sister Alice of course. Saying that the two sisters don’t always see eye to eye is an understatement. Alice hasn’t even asked Sera to design her wedding dress. But when an absent groom and ill-fitting dress threaten to ruin Alice’s happiness let alone her big day, Sera’s determined to give her sister the winter wedding of her dreams – even if that means keeping not one but two irresistibly gorgeous best men under control…

Why I Bought It

I won this in a giveaway bundle from Harper Impulse. I don’t think that I would have usually picked this up in a shop just because it’s definitely suited to an older reader than me and the cover lets it down quite a bit.

Overall Thoughts

This one way okay. It’s an acceptable Christmas romance, but like I said before, I’m a bit younger than the type of reader this is aimed for so I may be the wrong person to be reviewing this.

It was quite entertaining and it did manage to keep me hooked through the majority of the book. However, I did end up skimming the final quarter just because I was getting bored of the plot and was ready to move onto a new book.

I think that this has the prospect to be a really good book, but I’m just in the wrong age group to manage to relate to a lot of it.

Christmas at the Little Wedding Shop from Amazon here.

Rating: 📚📚📚

Genre: Festive Romance

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