A Cornish Christmas Reunion, Laura Briggs – A Review.

Fellow bookworms and bloggers! It’s review day again which means I’m still playing catch up on my December 2020 books, oopsies. Anyway, here is another festive book review for you all to read…

A Cornish Christmas Reunion by Laura Briggs.

Overall rating ❄️❄️❄️❄️❄️ out of 5 snowflakes.

This book was just like reading a Christmas film, it was beautiful! I truly felt as though I was in Cornwall.

We had some big characters return from the series but you definitely didn’t need to read the other books to understand what was going on, the author did a perfect job of reintroducing the characters and blending them into the story.

And of course, the characters were absolutely wonderful as always!

The whole book was written in Julianne’s POV, which I loved because she was all over the place meaning we got to see so much, and the detail and description that went into this book made it feel SO immersive.

A Cornish Christmas Reunion made me feel all of the feels, but had a perfect happy ending which was just what I needed to read in 2020.

This whole story was just a beautiful Christmas read, it had everything you needed to bring that festive cheer and was truly gorgeous.

Let me know if you’ve read A Cornish Christmas Reunion or any of Laura Briggs’s other books and what you thought!

Em xxx

A Wedding in Cornwall, Laura Briggs – A Review. [SPOILERS].

Hello and welcome to my blog! Today I’m sharing my review of A Wedding in Cornwall by Laura Briggs. This is another one that I completed back in May and have only just got round to sharing!

A Wedding in Cornwall was just a lovely, sweet read! I really enjoyed it, and it was a great start to what seems to be a popular series (I haven’t read any others yet).

I particularly enjoyed how the author seemed to bring Cornwall to life, we can almost taste the sea air as we’re transported to the cliffs of one of the UK’s most popular destinations.

Our characters were okay, they weren’t anything special but when they were put together and alongside the story you could almost fill in the gaps that were left. I thought Julianne was great, her attitude towards British life and our stiff upper lip made me chuckle. Matthew didn’t stand out that much but our estate owners and house staff were brilliantly written!

The whole story flowed perfectly, while there weren’t many twists and the plot was fairly basic, the writing and how we moved through the story more than made up for this and it was just a lovely read.

I really enjoyed A Wedding in Cornwall and I’ll definitely be reading the rest of the series!

Em xxx