Thursday, 24 November 2016

Book Review - Brides and Bouquets At Cedarwood Lodge by Rebecca Raisin

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Title: Brides and Bouquets At Cedarwood Lodge
Author: Rebecca Raisin
Format reviewed: Ebook
Source: Netgalley
Publisher: HQ Digital
Publication Date: 24th November 2016
Rating: 4 Stars

Dreaming of a happily ever after at Cedarwood Lodge is Clio Winters’ current focus, especially with a winter wonderland wedding expo planned. But with brides coming from far and wide the heat is on for Clio to fulfil everyone’s dream of a Christmas wedding!

It seems like Clio’s new business might be off to a rocky start and surrounded by love struck brides she can’t help but hope for a little Christmas romance of her own…

Charming second novella in the Cedarwood lodge series, which progresses the action on nicely from the first book, while setting up the final book for what I'm hoping to be a spectacular conclusion. 

The central points of this novella are the Wedding Expo to try and get lots of new brides to book in for weddings in the New Year. However what should be rather simple is filled with unexpected problems that need to be solving, and which lead to a certain male outdoors type to but in a return to the Lodge. 

The other main story is Clio's best friend, Armory and her relationship with Cruz. In fact there are quite a few romances brewing at Cedarwood Lodge, and they are all enjoyable to read about. 

What I am still most intrigued about is Clio's relationship with her mother, and frustratingly we still don't know what the big secret is, although there are some hints, so I can look forward to a wait to try and work it out, while waiting for the next book. 

This definitely works as a second book in a series, but I am not the best person to judge if it would work as a standalone, but since each of these are relatively short, it would be a shame not to read Celebrations & Confetti at Cedarwood Lodge first. 

Brides and Bouquets At Cedarwood Lodge is another enjoyable installment of this series, and I am now starting to get a proper feel for the characters. 

Thank you to HQ Digital and Netgalley for this copy of the book that I have reviewed voluntarily and honestly.

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