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Starry skies at ferry lane market

Loved it! Even more than book 1.
Now this quickly becomes such a comfortable read, like when you put your most cosy pyjamas on.
Such a gorgeous bunch of characters, all making me want to visit the stunning Cornwall all over again.

While book 1 focused on Kara Moon and her flower market stall, book 2 focuses on her best friend Star Bligh and her jewellery stall. Amongst other drama in their lives!

This is a book to enjoy and forget about your daily worries, don’t go in expecting twists that shock you. Although I felt like I knew what was coming, there was one little revelation that I didn’t see coming, and it brought a tear to my eyes I must say.

Some important topics are raised here, all very subtle, but clear and heartfelt all the same.

I loved how Star’s story tied in with the magic of Christmas. It really cheered me up, despite some sad moments. Warm, funny, and very satisfying.

‘Between what is said and not meant, and what is meant and not said, most of love can get lost’ ❤


Published by rhirhireader

Welsh born, Welsh speaker, Welsh thinker - blogging about books in English! so excuse the mistakes from time to time. Here you will find my very open thoughts on a mixed genre of books.

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