Blurb from Amazon
Brides by the Sea, the cutest little wedding shop in all of Cornwall, has it all, including cake baker Poppy who lives upstairs. But wedding planning is not the piece of cake Poppy thought it would be, and when her best friend Cate’s wedding planner walks out, Poppy has to tie up the loose ends so her bestie can tie the knot.
Double-booked venues, ‘rustic’ locations and gorgeous but grumpy farmer Rafe have this wedding pro feeling like she could be Cate’s ‘something blue.’
Will the wedding, the shop and the cake all come crashing down on her? Or will Poppy pull it off to give Cate – and herself – the happy ever afters they deserve?
This is the first full-length novel in a brand new series set in Cornwall. Look out for the next books in The Little Wedding Shop by the Sea series,
Sequins & Snowflakes
Bunting & Bouquets
This image on my saved pinterest pins summed up my vision of the delicious cakes created by Poppy!
This book had everything that would draw me initially to a book- a gorgeous cover, a book about weddings and cakes and it’s set in my favourite place in the World, Cornwall.
It just created all sorts of beautiful images throughout of delightful wedding scenes and frothy tulle and delicious cupcakes.
Poppy lives in the attic of a wonderful wedding shop called Brides by the Sea. She creates beautiful cakes and helps out in her friends shop. Her rooms have a delightful porthole view out onto the Cornish coastal town and I could just imagine curling up there with a great book, a pink cupcake and a glass of their Prosecco or a cocktail made just for me!
When Poppy’s best friends wedding planner drops out, she takes on the job to ensure that Cate gets the wedding of her dreams. The book combines wonderful friendships, a grumpy boss who just happens to be stunning. He also has a well hidden heart of gold and makes tasty bacon sandwiches at just the vital moment. We also encounter a real bridezilla.
Daisy Hill Farm sounds the wonderful setting for a wedding and lots of very heartwarming scenes take place there. I can’t wait to spend Christmas at Daisy Hill Farm in the next book in the series.
I recently saw Jane at a Birmingham get together for writers and bloggers and she is so lovely and bubbly.
Another image from Pinterest!