Book Tour: The Sunflower Cottage Breakfast Club by Lynsey James

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About the author

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Lynsey James was born in Fife. She’s an incurable bookworm who loves nothing more than getting lost in a good story with memorable characters. She started writing when she was really young and credits her lovely Grandad with her love of telling stories.

A careers adviser at school once told Lynsey that writing wasn’t a “good option” and she believed her, trying all sorts of things including make-up artistry, teaching and doing admin for a chocolate fountain company before she started writing full-time after she left her job a couple of years ago. As soon as she started working on her story, Lynsey fell in love with the whole thing and decided to finally pursue her dream.


Review

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The perfect summer romance for a sunny afternoon and a picnic in the park

We follow the ups and downs of Emily Reed, a hardworking and independent woman, who devastated after having  lost her promotion to Tara her co-worker who’s sleeping with the boss, her mother drops a devastating bombshell—the dad she’s known and loved for twenty-five years isn’t her biological father!

I’d rather do the eating trial from I’m a Celebrity…Get Me Out of Here than force down a fry-up.

The Sunflower Cottage Breakfast Club is a funny and witty novel that throws you straight into Emily’s drama from the very beginning.

Although this is a second book in a series (something I hadn’t even realised when I first started reading it!) it works perfectly as a stand-alone book as I didn’t feel like I was missing any information or background not having read the first.

Along with her hilarious chum Frankie, I loved Emily’s sarcastic and straightforward tone which really eased me through this wonderfully magical romance as Emily has to choose between busy life in Glasgow and her newfound love of Luna Bay, a little village in Yorkshire.

‘Derek Simpson is your biological father.’

With that, my neat and ordered world slipped and crumbled around me.

“Setting up the Sunflower Cottage breakfast club should be a great way to meet the locals and maybe even find out who her father is! The only problem is that brooding and insanely gorgeous, Noah, is determined to make Emily’s stay perfectly uncomfortable.

Finding out the truth was never going to be simple, but she never thought her heart would get in the way…”


I hope you enjoyed this little review. Thanks to Carina and Neverland Book Tours for organising everything.

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Until another time,

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