Sunday, 11 June 2017

Confetti At The Cornish Cafe Book Review

Blooming Fiction the lifestyle blog, Confetti At The Cornish Café Book Review.

Cal and Demi are preparing to launch their beloved Kilhallon Resort as a wedding venue. Cakes are baking, Cornish flowers are blooming, and fairy lights are twinkling. With the cliff-top setting and coastal views, it's the perfect place for a magical marriage ceremony.

But their first clients are no ordinary couple. The bride and groom are internationally famous actors Lily Craig and Ben Trevone. Kilhallon is about to host a celebrity wedding . . .

With the pressure on, Demi and Cal are doing all they can to keep their guests happy and avoid any wedding disasters. But is the unpredictable weather the only thing standing in the way of the Big Day?

As secrets surface and truths are told, can Demi and Cal ensure that Kilhallon's first wedding is a success? One thing’s for sure, this will be a Cornish celebration to remember .

Confetti At The Cornish Café
by Phillipa Ashley

Publisher: Maze
Publish Date: 29 May 2017
Rating: 4/5


Confetti At The Cornish Café is book 3 of the Cornish Café book series by Phillipa Ashley. Featuring the cafe's first wedding, there are ups, downs and a good ride in between as the important day looms ever closer.

The majority of the storyline revolves around the famous couple who are having their 'handwarming' at the location in Kilhallon. The glamorous couple arrive ahead of schedule to view the location and are soon absorbed in menu choices as they look forward to the big day. Complete with a rugby player built chauffeur the glamour brings a lot of excitement to Kilhallon and all the staff hope it is the beginning of an exciting wedding enterprise for the café.

A good thing about Confetti At The Cornish Café is that you don't need to have read the previous books in the series in order to enjoy this book. The first couple of chapters offer plenty of insight into the characters involved in the book and progressing from there the adventures really begin.

Without giving away any spoilers ... it's really lovely that the location of Kilhallon becomes as much of a character as the people involved in the plot. A location makes a story and this lovely setting in Cornwall gives Confetti At The Cornish Café a stunning backdrop which is truly magical.

If you love a bit of Phillipa Ashley, The Flower Farm should be next on your to be read pile.

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