Series: The Little Duck Pond Cafe #6
on June 6 2019
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Also by this author: Summer at The Little Duck Pond Cafe, Christmas at The Little Duck Pond Cafe, Snowed in at The Little Duck Pond Cafe, A Bakery at the Little Duck Pond Cafe, Bonfires & Hot Chocolate at The Little Duck Pond Cafe, Spring at The Little Duck Pond Cafe, A Winter Wedding at the Little Duck Pond Cafe, Lemon Drizzle Mondays at the Little Duck Pond Cafe, A Cornish Summer Holiday, Lucy's Great Escape , Log Fires & Toffee Apple Cake at the Little Duck Pond Cafe
Wedding fever is in the air in the village of Sunnybrook. With Ellie and Zak's Big Day on the horizon, the sun is shining brightly on the Little Duck Pond Cafe community. But when dark clouds begin to roll in from more than one direction, several close relationships look to be under threat. Will the wedding of the year actually take place at all?
I am so excited to welcome Rosie back with open arms to my blog, with my review of Confetti at the Little Duck Pond Café, I love this series. Be sure to check out the lovely ladies who will also be posting today! Kaisha @ The Writing Garnet and Donna @ Donna’s Book Blog
✮ My Review ✮
I absolutely love this series, I love the characters and I love being back with old friends. Do I have a gripe with this novella? Hell yes, I do…it ended a lot quicker than I expected. I was expecting the next chapter and it was the end!!!!!! Aaaaahhhhh I need to know what happens and now! Please?
Confetti starts with some sort of accident and we are in the hospital not knowing what has happened and to who. Whirled back 3 weeks and we watch the events unfurl. There are two storylines running through this novella. The main focus is Ellie and her upcoming nuptials to Zak, all planned for the 13th, is it unlucky for some? We are introduced to another newcomer, Primrose, she is looking for her birth family, will she be successful?
We still see all the girls, with Jaz being more at the forefront than the others but it will nice to see how everyone was getting on these days. I love seeing how the bakery and cafe are still so prominent in little ole Sunnybrook. I am also loving that Rose, Ellie’s mum, got a bit more of the limelight. All showing how Ellie is just spinning too many plates by herself.
A few chuckles are thrown in, especially when “Cow” is mouthed by Maisie at an opportune time! Primrose is a lovely edition, and it was also great to see Madison and Katja too. Madison has not changed!
To me, you really do need to read these from the beginning as it is like a tv soap, each novella is the next episode. I would find myself tuning in every night!
It is another cute novella and a wonderful little addition to the series. It really does make me smile (until I get to the end!) and you really do believe in all things fairytale and that dreams do come true. I am really excited for the next one, can I have it yet?
Until next time xxx
Here is a recap of the opening day of the tour!
The book sure did not start or end how I was anticipating, but I sure did enjoy the journey! Another wonderful installment in this delightful series!
I loved this book so much, the ups the downs, the romance (some of it a surprise) the little mysteries (what’s going on in Brighton?), and the fact that I couldn’t put it down. Cannot wait for the next book.
Grace J Reviewerlady says
This is another super book by Rosie Green. Continuing on from the previous read, we are reacquainted with all the people involved in The Little Duck Cafe, plus friends and family. But, as with each story in this series, there is a problem in the way and this time it’s a great big one with possible serious consequences. Will things work out? Beautifully written, as always, there are plenty of opportunities to smile along with this, and it’s definitely a feel-good read. With some unexpected events, it definitely kept me on my toes and I loved being back in Sunnybrook.
Thank you so much to Rachel at Rachel’s Random Resources for the tour invite and the author for a copy of this book in return for my honest and unbiased review
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