This was a delightful return to Honeybourne. In this sequel Spencer returns with his fiance Tori. They are planning a wedding- but warring inlaws to be, are making for a very difficult time for the couple. Added to that past feelings resurfacing and we are taken along on a very fraught trip with the young couple.
Millie is running her bakery with the help of her cousin Darcie- but are things all they seem there? L0ts of underlying stories run through this book adding extra intrigue.
Throw in lots of snow and village gossips and we are in the middle of a gloriously, warming story ideal for the winter months- but just as lovely to read at the end of a warm summers day dreaming of the festive season ahead later this year.
I do love Tilly’s characters and the setting makes you want to be a part of village life. I am keen to hear if we will be returning to Honeybourne and seeing how my favourite characters are getting on and what the future holds for them all. The enticing cover promises a feel good festive romance to curl up by the fire with and it really would make the ideal stocking filler for the bookworm in your life.
With many thanks to Bookoutre who never fail to deliver a fantastic read and Net Galley for allowing me to read this one in exchange for an honest review. I can only apologise again for my reviews being delayed this summer due to a very tough time we’re going through.